Re: Switching audit files under Solaris 8 via cronFrom: Daniel Bergman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Date: Wed, 08 May 2002 22:57:47 +0200 From: Daniel Bergman <email@example.com> To: Robin Stevens <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sorry for getting in late - just wanted to share an ugly way-around this
$ ssh user@host
$ su -
# vi /etc/default/login, comment out CONSOLE statement
$ exec login
# export EDITOR=vi
# crontab -e
# vi /etc/default/login, remove the comment on CONSOLE statement
I know that it's really ugly - but it works.
--On den 30 april 2002 20:33 +0100 Robin Stevens
> On Tue, Nov 13, 2001 at 02:50:26PM -0800, Darren Moffat wrote:
> ["cron audit problem" errors]
>> > The solutions: edit crontab files via console only, and/or switch to
>> > OpenSSH using either PAM or /bin/login. Both of the latter will
>> > produce a properly validated session, allowing crontab editing.
>> You only get the audit system setup properly when using /bin/login PAM
>> plays no part in BSM setup.
> Having run into similar problems myself, I'm trying to find a solution
> that does allow me to edit crontab files over ssh links.
> As I understand it from the various discussions of the problem produced
> upon a google search, getting rid of the auditing should cure it. I've
> disabled BSM (bsmunconv), ensured that the audit init script is not being
> run at bootup, and rebooted. Yet I'm still getting the same errors after
> editing root's crontab file over ssh links. For various reasons switching
> from ssh.com SSH to openssh isn't really an option, and any unencrypted
> remote access methods are definitely out :-)
> No doubt I've missed something trivial, but any advice would be much
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