I know the standard way of creating a SELinux policy module, like
cat <auditlog_file> | audit2allow -M <module_name>
However, is there a way to create a policy module if all I have is the
why output from audit2allow, e.g.
cat <auditlog_file> | audit2allow
#============= httpd_t ============== allow httpd_t default_t:sock_file write; allow httpd_t unconfined_t:unix_stream_socket connectto;
How do I create a policy if I have the above output and not the ability to cat the audit log file again and run it through