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       selinux_raw_context_to_color  -  Return RGB color string for an SELinux
       security context.


       #include <selinux/selinux.h>

       int selinux_raw_context_to_color(security_context_t raw,
              char **color_str);


       selinux_raw_context_to_color returns a color_str associated to the  raw
       context  raw  provided  that  the  mcstransd(8)  daemon is running, the
       policy is an MLS type  policy  (MCS  or  MLS)  and  there  is  a  color
       configuration file secolor.conf(5) (see the FILES section).

       The color_str string is a space separated list of eight hexadecimal RGB
       triples, each prefixed by a hash character  (#).  These  represent  the
       user:role:type:range   components  of  the  foreground  and  background
       colors. An example string is shown in the EXAMPLE section.

       The returned color_str string must be freed with free(3).

       If a color has not been configured for  a  specific  user,  role,  type
       and/or      range      component      of      context     raw,     then
       selinux_raw_context_to_color  will  select  the   color   returned   in
       color_str in order of precedence as follows:
              role, type, range
              user, type, range
              user, role, range
              user, role, type

       If  there  are  no  entries  in  the  secolor.conf  file for any of the
       components of context raw (or  the  file  is  not  present),  then  the
       default string returned in color_str is:

              ----- user ---- ---- role ----  ---- type ----  ---- range ----
              #000000 #ffffff #000000 #ffffff #000000 #ffffff #000000 #ffffff


       On success, zero is returned.
       On failure, -1 is returned with errno set appropriately.


       ENOENT If the mcstransd(8) daemon is not running.


       selinux_raw_context_to_color  obtains  the  translated  entry  from the
       active    policy    secolor.conf(5)     file     as     returned     by
       selinux_colors_path(3).     The    file    format   is   described   in


       1. The primary use of selinux_raw_context_to_color is to return a color
       that  corresponds  to  a  range,  that  can  then  be used to highlight
       information at different MLS levels.

       2. The mcstransd(8) daemon process security level must dominate the raw
       security   level  passed  to  it  by  the  selinux_raw_context_to_color
       function. If not, the range color selected will be as  defined  by  the
       order of precedence.


       selinux_raw_context_to_color  returns  the  foreground  and  background
       colors of the context string components (user:role:type:range)  as  RGB
       triples as follows:

             user     :       role      :      type      :      range
         fg       bg  :   fg       bg   :  fg       bg   :  fg       bg
       #000000 #ffffff  #ffffff #000000  #d2b48c #ffa500  #000000 #008000
        black   white :  white   black  : tan    orange  : black   green


       selinux(8),   selinux_colors_path(3),   mcstransd(8),  secolor.conf(5),
       selinux_raw_to_trans_context(3),       selinux_trans_to_raw_context(3),