Provided by: dh-apparmor_2.12-4ubuntu8_all
dh_apparmor - reload AppArmor profile and create local include
dh_apparmor [--manifest=manifestfile] --profile-name=profilename
dh_apparmor is a debhelper program that will create/remove the /etc/apparmor.d/local/<profilename> include file in maintainer scripts. It also reloads the specified AppArmor profile in postinst using: apparmor_parser -r -W -T /etc/apparmor.d/<profilename> By using '-W -T' we ensure that any abstraction updates are also pulled in.
--profile-name=<profilename> Specify the profile name. Eg: dh_apparmor --profile-name=bin.foo dh_apparmor --profile-name=bin.foo -p foo --manifest=<manifestfile> Optionally specify a manifest file. When specified, a profile is generated by calling aa-easyprof(8) with the specified manifest file and putting the resulting profile in debian/apparmor/<profilename>. Eg, if there is a valid manifest in debian/manifest.json, then the following command will create debian/apparmor/bin.bar for the 'bar' package (you will need to clean this up via override_dh_clean or similar). dh_apparmor --manifest=manifest.json --profile-name=bin.bar -p bar Because not all build environments support the apparmor kernel interface, aa-easyprof(8) is called with the --no-verify option. Use of this option requires that apparmor-easyprof is installed.
When using modern dh packaging techniques, dh_apparmor can be added to the override_dh_install section of the rules file. Note that for packages that have multiple binary packages, you will want to pass '-p<package name>' to dh_apparmor, otherwise dh_apparmor will add AppArmor reload commands for all packages rather than just the one that ships the profile. In addition, you will have to install the profile itself in /etc/apparmor.d. Eg, in the above manifest file example if you are using dh_install you would add to debian/bar.install: debian/apparmor/bin.bar etc/apparmor.d
debhelper(7) aa-easyprof(8) This program is a part of debhelper.
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