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    Default Re: security permissions issues - bash

    Hi
    Don't know.... chkstat is part of the permissions package (I only use SLE and openSUSE).
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    Looks like it's specific to openSuse. Unless there is a general package for any linux install, I can't use it.

    Currently, I use only the packages: clamav and udisks2.

    However, I can make my own version that operates from the same text file format.

    It would be very useful and not to hard to make.



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    Quote Originally Posted by lord_valarian View Post
    Looks like it's specific to openSuse. Unless there is a general package for any linux install, I can't use it.

    Currently, I use only the packages: clamav and udisks2.

    However, I can make my own version that operates from the same text file format.

    It would be very useful and not to hard to make.



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    No, it's just a perl script.... run it on another system and see what happens....
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
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    No, it's just a perl script.... run it on another system and see what happens....
    Where is it located? I might be able to just convert it. However, it might be easier just to make it from scratch.

    Also, I think the script has a bug. I had scanvirusa using the perl script and scanvirus with the original code. If I run both alternating between the two, it keeps changing permissions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord_valarian View Post
    Where is it located? I might be able to just convert it. However, it might be easier just to make it from scratch.

    Also, I think the script has a bug. I had scanvirusa using the perl script and scanvirus with the original code. If I run both alternating between the two, it keeps changing permissions.
    Hi
    Just run which or cnf...?

    Code:
    which chkstat
    /usr/bin/chkstat
    
    cnf chkstat
                             
    Program 'chkstat' is present in package 'chkstat', which is installed on your system.
    
    Absolute path to 'chkstat' is '/usr/bin/chkstat'. Please check your $PATH variable to see whether it contains the mentioned path.
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