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#
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# Core User configuration.
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#
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#
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# gen_user(username, prefix, role_set, mls_defaultlevel, mls_range, [mcs_catetories])
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#
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# Note: Identities without a prefix wil not be listed
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# in the users_extra file used by genhomedircon.
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#
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# system_u is the user identity for system processes and objects.
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# There should be no corresponding Unix user identity for system,
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# and a user process should never be assigned the system user
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# identity.
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#
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gen_user(system_u,, system_r, s0, s0 - mls_systemhigh, mcs_allcats)
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#
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# user_u is a generic user identity for Linux users who have no
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# SELinux user identity defined.  The modified daemons will use
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# this user identity in the security context if there is no matching
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# SELinux user identity for a Linux user.  If you do not want to
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# permit any access to such users, then remove this entry.
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#
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gen_user(user_u, user, user_r, s0, s0)
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gen_user(staff_u, user, staff_r system_r sysadm_r secadm_r auditadm_r, s0, s0 - mls_systemhigh, mcs_allcats)
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gen_user(sysadm_u, user, sysadm_r, s0, s0 - mls_systemhigh, mcs_allcats)
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#
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# The following users correspond to Unix identities.
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# These identities are typically assigned as the user attribute
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# when login starts the user shell.  Users with access to the sysadm_r
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# role should use the staff_r role instead of the user_r role when
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# not in the sysadm_r.
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#
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gen_user(root, user, sysadm_r staff_r secadm_r auditadm_r system_r, s0, s0 - mls_systemhigh, mcs_allcats)