Re: Veractiy and FreeBSD

From: Robert Collins (rcollins_at_hwi.buffalo.edu)
Date: 11/05/03

  • Next message: Kim Needham: "Re: Veractiy and FreeBSD"
    Date: Tue, 4 Nov 2003 19:47:16 -0500 (EST)
    To: "Kris Kennaway" <kris@obsecurity.org>
    
    

    > On Tue, Nov 04, 2003 at 09:18:12AM -0500, Robert Collins wrote:
    >> I'm trying to get veracity (http://www.rocksoft.com/veracity/), a
    >> tripwire
    >> replacement, working on FreeBSD 5.x. When I try and create a snapshot I
    >> get
    >> the following error for files sitting on my root partition:
    >>
    >> -- snip snip --
    >>
    >> csh.logout
    >> E: Error opening binary (B) stream of file
    >> "/etc/csh.logout".
    >> (OS error message="File is on the procfs (/proc) device.").
    >> E: Could not obtain attribute B.md5 for this file.
    >>
    >> -- snip snip --
    >>
    >> I've tried taking both PROCFS and PSEUDOFS out of the kernel, to no
    >> avail.
    >> Anyone have any other ideas?
    >
    > Talk to the authors?
    >

    Kris,

    The last line of my e-mail was originally "Anyone have any other ideas
    before I go back to trying to contact their non-existant technical
    support?" But I figured I would be nice. :)

    I spoke to someone from rocksoft, but it's a long uninformative story.

    Thanks for the idea though.
    -rcollins
    _______________________________________________
    freebsd-security@freebsd.org mailing list
    http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-security
    To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-security-unsubscribe@freebsd.org"


  • Next message: Kim Needham: "Re: Veractiy and FreeBSD"

    Relevant Pages

    • Veractiy and FreeBSD
      ... I'm trying to get veracity, a tripwire ... replacement, working on FreeBSD 5.x. ... When I try and create a snapshot I get ...
      (FreeBSD-Security)
    • Re: Fwd: Re: Can *you* UFS snapshot a filesystem with 9.0-BETA1?
      ... snapshots on freebsd before. ... KDB: stack backtrace: ... Once rebooted, the snapshot file appears to exist, but is unusable. ...
      (freebsd-current)
    • Re: FreeBSD Security Advisory FreeBSD-SA-02:21.tcpip
      ... How is doing a CVSup and building a release related? ... >>Who said anything about a 'random' snapshot. ... What administrators using FreeBSD need is not ... If you want a *completely* stable release without bad patches (to the ...
      (FreeBSD-Security)
    • Re: howto sidestep sysinstall during installation
      ... FreeBSD doesn't work this way, you are trying to fit FreeBSD into your ... -Current (aka HEAD) is the place where active development on the next ... A Snapshot is a frozen in time snapshot of -Current. ...
      (freebsd-questions)
    • Re: continuous backup solution for freebsd?
      ... there is no way to do near continuous backups on FreeBSD servers. ... more to say on that issue (not against R1Soft, ... ZFS also has snapshot capability, but does not have real-time filesystem ...
      (freebsd-questions)