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Thread: default security context of files

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    default security context of files

    # chcon is for changing security context . but how to know ...........what is the default security context for all new files created or existing files ?

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    Re:

    Dear jkmartha,
    Hello,

    This command should help !!

    # ls -Z /foo ; touch /foo/bar ; ls -Z /foo/bar

    Best Regards.
    Frrkh hmd

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