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On Tue, 12 Aug 2003 11:22:30 +0200, Leonard den Ottolander wrote:
> I don't know how Red Hat have
> created the default file, but it *might* be an idea to automate it based
> on the files listed in rpmdb-redhat.
You don't really need the rpmdb. Just finding all files in the
relevant directories and generating the twpol from that is quite easy
to accomplish and causes less overhead than using the rpmdb.
That would require a complete installation.
In both cases, using rpmdb or find, it would require extra logic to
sort the found files into different security categories in order to
make a default Tripwire installation usable. One of the scripts to
drop non-existant files from the policy config should be included,
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