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aa-exec - confine a program with the specified AppArmor profile
aa-exec [options] [--] [<command> ...]
aa-exec is used to launch a program confined by the specified profile and or namespace. If both a profile and namespace are specified command will be confined by profile in the new policy namespace. If only a namespace is specified, the profile name of the current confinement will be used. If neither a profile or namespace is specified command will be run using standard profile attachment (ie. as if run without the aa-exec command).

If the arguments are to be pasted to the <command> being invoked by aa-exec then -- should be used to separate aa-exec arguments from the command.
aa-exec -p profile1 -- ls -l
OPTIONS aa-exec accepts the following arguments:
-p PROFILE, --profile=PROFILE
confine <command> with PROFILE. If the PROFILE is not specified use the current profile name (likely unconfined).
use profiles in NAMESPACE. This will result in confinement transitioning to using the new profile namespace.
-i, --immediate
transition to PROFILE before doing executing <command>. This subjects the running of <command> to the exec transition rules of the current profile.
-v, --verbose
show commands being performed
-d, --debug
show commands and error codes
Signal the end of options and disables further option processing. Any arguments after the -- are treated as arguments of the command. This is useful when passing arguments to the <command> being invoked by aa-exec.
If you find any bugs, please report them at < https://bugs.launchpad.net/
aa-stack , aa-namespace , apparmor , apparmor.d , aa_change_profile , aa_change_onexec and <http://wiki.apparmor.net>.
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