On 17/12/17 07:45, Beartooth wrote:
Is there a list, or a way to get a list, of Fedora's config
files? Better yet, how about just those files I've tweaked??
'man rpm' and read the 'VERIFY OPTIONS' part.
You can find an altered config files with:
$ rpm --verify smartmontools.x86_64
S.5....T. c /etc/smartmontools/smartd.conf
The above ' c ' means that this is a config file.
or to check everything:
$ rpm -qa | sudo xargs rpm -q --verify >"$log"
This can take a few (5-10) minutes to complete.
Now look for config file changes:
$ grep ' c ' "$log"
You will see many other changes reported in the log file, and most you will be able
to see as innocent. No need to panic...
Eyal Lebedinsky (fedora(a)eyal.emu.id.au)