Most people pointed out that in /var/sadm/install/contents the
default-permissions for the solaris-installed files are mentioned.
--- You can start out by runnign "pkgchk -f"; this will correct ownership and file permissions for all standard Solaris files.
This includes some but not all device entries; and, of course, none of the files you've installed yourself. ---
which probably uses the above files.
Unfortunately nobody had something to use the tripwire database, so we did a lot by hand based on its output. The machine was up&running again Friday.
On Fri, Jan 21, 2000 at 02:38:36PM +0100, Andre Koopal wrote: > Due to a script-error we did a chown -R someuser:somegroup / > > Fortunately we have the system in a state were we can log in again and > we have a tripwire-database from right after install. > > Is it possible to let tripwire restore its permissions from it > database, or are there scripts that can do that? > > Thanks for any speedy response, > > Regards, > > Andre Koopal
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