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NAME

       lcap - remove Linux kernel capabilities

SYNOPSIS

       lcap [-h]
       lcap [-v[v]] -c capability
       lcap [-v[v]] [-z] capability ...

DESCRIPTION

       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
       zero).

       -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).

REPORTING BUGS

       Report bugs to <spoon@ix.netcom.com>.

AUTHOR

       spoon <spoon@ix.netcom.com>

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (C) 1999-2000 spoon@ix.netcom.com

SEE ALSO

       capabilities(7)