ccs-init - Load TOMOYO Linux’s policy automatically
This program is automatically called to load policy from files into
kernel when /sbin/init starts.
This program copies the following files.
/etc/ccs/exception_policy.conf => /proc/ccs/exception_policy
/etc/ccs/domain_policy.conf => /proc/ccs/domain_policy
/etc/ccs/profile.conf => /proc/ccs/profile
/etc/ccs/manager.conf => /proc/ccs/manager
/etc/ccs/meminfo.conf => /proc/ccs/meminfo
If /etc/ccs/ccs-post-init is an executable file, /etc/ccs/ccs-post-init
is also executed. You can use /etc/ccs/ccs-post-init for additional
initialization purpose. For example, you can write
echo manage_by_non_root > /proc/ccs/manager
chown -R demo /proc/ccs/
in the /etc/ccs/ccs-post-init and chown/chmod like
chown -R demo /etc/ccs/
to allow policy management by user "demo" as well as user "root".
If something went wrong, a prompt is shown so that the administrator
can take action before the kernel gets panic.
You don’t need to invoke this program manually.
To load policy after /sbin/init starts, use ccs-loadpolicy instead.
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