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I recently downloaded and installed Tiger ( Tiger - The UNIX Security audit and intrusion detection tool ) The more desirable is to use 'tigercron'. With 'tigercron', it is possible ...
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- 09-09-2007 #1
tigercron and command MAILER
I recently downloaded and installed Tiger (Tiger - The UNIX Security audit and intrusion detection tool)
The more desirable is to use 'tigercron'. With 'tigercron', it is
possible to run the individual scripts spread out over a time period
(some can be run three times a day, others once a week or month).
In addition, 'tigercron' will (on some systems) e-mail a "change"
report to the specified person (in 'tigerrc'). The "change" report
will only contain "new" information and will only be mailed when
there *is* new information.
user@machine:~$ sudo tigercron Password: Configuring... Will try to check using config for 'arch' running 'kernel'... --CONFIG-- [con005c] Using configuration files for 'kernel'. Using configuration files for generic Linux 2. Not all checks may be performed. --ERROR-- [init001e] Don't have required command MAILER.
The indicated variable, which should specifies the pathname to a command,
does not have a value. This message should not appear on platforms
for which support is listed. If it does appear, then for the missing
commands, if you know the name of the command, then simply place it into
the environment and rerun the checking system.
setenv AWK /usr/bin/awk
Or alternately, create a 'site' configuration file and insert an
assignment statement in there of the form: