> Okay, I understand the importance of Trip Wire when it pertains to
> security.....But I'm not sure how to use it yet...when i get some
> But for right now, why do I need the (I'm running Red Hat):
> /etc/cron.daily/tripwire-check to run?
That's what runs to check whether any files have been modified. If you
don't run it, you won't find out if any files have been modified. Having
tripwire installed doesn't do anything, if you don't run it and check the
> Sometimes I will get a warning that the Host Name was not found.
> I have my Linux as a home network only (no connection to the outside
> world, yet).
If there is no connection to the outside world, and you don't have other
people coming into the house and using your computer, then you don't really
need it right now.
Quote:> So what I want to know, do I really need this running? And what is the
> best way to disable this cron job from running, other than deleting
> it, or moving it. I would like to keep the script where its at.
With it being in cron.daily, I don't know any way to keep it from running,
but still run your other cron.daily jobs, without removing it or moving it.
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