powderkeg at snow.email.ne.jp
Sat Mar 5 17:46:30 UTC 2005
Scot L. Harris wrote:
>On Fri, 2005-03-04 at 11:30, Mark Sargent wrote:
>>I followed a Fedora 2 book for setting up tripwire(FC3 box), and used a
>>perl script(from the same book) that scans the twpol.txt file,
>>removes/adds what's needed and updates the file, which saves a lot of
>>manual stuff. Anyway, this is the command I executed,
>>/usr/local/bin/cleanpol.pl <twpol.txt.orig \ >twpol.txt
>>and, it showed 4 additions and 141 removals. I then went and opened
>>twpol.txt with Gedit, but, it's empty. Shouldn't this file be updated
>>with the revised rules.? Confused. Cheers.
>Sounds like a problem with the script. I have always manually edited
>the twpol.txt file clean it of missing files and add in things that are
>I usually run a check and then use that report to walk through the
>policy making the required changes. Usually takes about 3 or 4 passes
>to get a clean policy setup.
>Which book are you using? Would be interested in such a script if one
am using Beginning Fedora 2 from Wrox. I'll copy the script from the
box(hasn't touched the net yet) and paste it in here for you. Rather
handy, when it works(which it has on another machine, some time ago).
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