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Old 30th December 2013, 10:28 PM
BOBofBORG Offline
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Updating Tripwire twpol.txt after using Fedup?

Hi Everybody.

I've been using Fedora and Tripwire for a long time. I was just wondering in how you would update the tripwire policy file after using Fedup (or previoiusly Yum) to update the system? I've discovered that i have a very old policy file and didn't know if i should update it to include any newer system files that perhaps are included in newer versions of Fedora? But i cant spend hours/days to find every new file that should be included to let me know what should be monitored.

I've searched on the web but really cant find anything pertaining to this topic. Also it seems that when you update, it doesn't copy the new twpol.txt file into a new file (like other conf files do).

What are the suggestions for this?
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