On Fri, 2008-02-08 at 09:18 -0800, Todd Zullinger wrote:
Daniel B. Thurman wrote:
> I have downloaded and tried out Tripwire and I noticed:
> **** Error: Tripwire database for gold.cdkkt.com
> **** Run /etc/tripwire/twinstall.sh and/or tripwire --init. ****
> Ok, I searched for: twinstall.sh using find, it does not exist.
> I went into /etc, then:
> cp twcfg.txt tw.cfg
> cp twpol.txt te.pol
> Ran: tripwire --init
> ### Error: Invalid input stream format.
> ### File: /etc/tripwire/tw.cfg
> ### Configuration file could not be read.
> ### Exiting...
> What's wrong?
Did you checkout /usr/share/doc/tripwire-22.214.171.124/README.Fedora? That
has some specific info for using tripwire as installed by the Fedora
packages. It also points you to the Tripwire policy guide for other
post installation details. Perhaps you're jumping the gun on running
the tripwire --init?
The cron output seems like it should be modified to point new users
the README.Fedora file rather than mentioning an install script that
does not exist. File a bug perhaps?
Thanks for pointing me to the doc source - I forgot to look there!
The information is very clear and concise, other than the cron message.