This test case tests
usbguard initial setup procedure.
- Ensure the
usbguard package is installed
- To start from a clean state, ensure that the usbguard service is stopped and that there's no existing policy.
- Ensure that there's at least one USB device connected to your system which can be disconnected and connected again. For example a USB keyboard or mouse.
- Prepare a USB device which is not connected to the system. For example a USB flash drive.
How to test
- As root, generate an initial policy using the following command:
# usbguard generate-policy -P > /etc/usbguard/rules.conf
- Start the usbguard service:
# systemctl start usbguard
- Check that your connected USB devices are still working. Try to reconnect some of them and check that they are still working.
- Connect the new device to the system and try whether it's working.
- USB devices work after the usbguard service start.
- Reconnected USB devices work.
- Newly connected USB devices do not work.