Provided by: lcap_0.0.6-3.1_i386
lcap - remove Linux kernel capabilities
lcap [-v[v]] -c capability
lcap [-v[v]] [-z] capability ...
This manual page documents lcap. lcap removes "capabilities" from the
Linux kernel (2.2.11 and greater).
Without any command line options, lcap will display all the capability
bits and their current setting. A * before the capability means the
bit is set (to one). The lack of a * means the bit is unset (set to
-h Display the help message.
-v Show lots of information.
-vv Show even more information.
-c Check if capability is set. If the capability’s bit is set, the
return code is greater than zero. If the capability’s is not
set, the return code is zero.
-z Set all capability bits to zero except for the capabilities
listed on the command line.
Without the -z option, the capability bit is set to zero. All other
bits are left as is. Multiple capabilities may be listed on the
command line (except when using the -c option, in which case only one
capability may be specified).
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