RHEL7: How to deploy SELinux man pages.

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By default, a lot of SELinux man pages are not available.
To get them, follow these steps.

Install the selinux-policy-devel package:

# yum install -y selinux-policy-devel

Note: I find the selinux-policy-devel package name easier to remember than the policycoreutils-devel name but both give the same result.

Update the man pages database:

# mandb

Display the list of the new available SELinux man pages:

# apropos _selinux

Source: Sander van Vugt’s SELinux SELinux video (15min).

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Just a little comment, you can skip this “sepolicy manpage” command, just run the mandb after the yum install and it is done.

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