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Re: segfaults on dhcp?


From: Harald Hannelius
Subject: Re: segfaults on dhcp?
Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2002 09:21:11 +0000 (UTC)
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Harald Hannelius <address@hidden> wrote in gnu.cfengine.help:

> Why does cfservd insist on opening /lib/libdb-3.1.so when clearly it's
> linked against /usr/local/lib/libdb* ?

Ok, I got it working now.
  
Here's how I configured db-4.1.24:
  
../dist/configure --with-uniquename
  
And here's the config line for cfengine-2.0.5pre2:
  
CFLAGS="-ldb-4" ./configure
  
Now cfservd starts...
  

Anyone heard about a HOWTO that would be a little less elaborative than the
Tutorial?

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I'm looking to remove the SUID bit from most root-owned files, but not
all. So far I have this:

        solaris::
        /usr/bin
                        mode=3Du-s
                        exclude=3Dat
                        exclude=3Datq
                        exclude=3Datrm
                        exclude=3Dcrontab
                        exclude=3Dpasswd
                        exclude=3Dsu
                        exclude=3Dnispasswd
                        exclude=3Dyppasswd
                        recurse=3Dinf
                        action=3Dfixall
                        inform=3Dtrue

        /usr/sbin
                        mode=3Du-s
                        recurse=3Dinf
                        exclude=3Dtraceroute
                        action=3Dfixall
                        inform=3Dtrue

This is pretty much what I'm after, but strictly speaking I don't really
mind if the uucp-related programs are SUID and owned by the "uucp" user.

Is there a way to catch only the root-owned SUID programs? I can live
with it this way, but would like to know if I'm missing something.

TIA
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