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  1. vasa1

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    App Armor is in need of a GUI for mainstream deployment, the command line is much faster but not everyone's cup of tea unfortunately.
     
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    Not an issue for me, so if you know of some "easy" reading on the subject, maybe we could have a thread on that?
     
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    Yep its quite easy to use the generate tools in CLI, I have heard that SUSE has a gui for app armor.
     
  5. tlu

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    Well, I'm not sure if it's easy reading ;), but a comprehensive AppArmor guide can be found here.

    @linuxforall: The SuSE GUI contained in YaST is also covered starting here.
     
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    Thank you tlu.
     
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    My thanks as well :)
     
  8. tlu

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    You're both welcome!

    For Ubuntu users there is also https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AppArmor , of course, and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingApparmor.

    It's also a good idea not to modify the profiles in /etc/apparmor.d themselves (which will be overwritten when, e.g., a new FF version is installed) but the respective ones in /etc/apparmor.d/local instead. But please read the README file in that directory, particularly the last sentence (priority of deny rules in the shipped profiles).
     
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