[rsbac] Sort of solved
ao at rsbac.org
Tue Oct 26 09:35:11 CEST 2004
On Montag, 25. Oktober 2004 22:19, Nick Vasiliev wrote:
> Ok, I soft of solved that problem, I recompiled
> rsbac-admin from scratch and now when I log in with so
> user account it tells me:
> switch_modile: error while loading shared libraries:
> librsbac.so.1.2.3: cannot open shared object file: No
> such file or directory
> Now I do have the library at:
Please add /usr/local/lib to your /etc/ld.so.conf and run ldconfig.
Your ld.so does not find the lib, because this is no Debian standard
> If I try to do it as root I still get the old
You might have an old rsbac-admin version in /usr/bin, while your new
one is in /usr/local/bin. root's path has a different order than a
> One thing that I noticed is that the rsbac service is
> running as root, I am not sure if is supposed to run
> as so or root. Also one more question, I rememmber in
Are you talking about the rsbacd kernel thread? This thread is
protected from everyone, including root. Its uid does not matter.
> Adamantix I had a directory with all types, policies,
> roles and pkgs etc. YOu know what I am talking about.
> Well I can;t find it on this system. I think I might
> have screwed up during the install, do you guys have
> any ideas?
The policy tools are part of Adamantix, not of RSBAC. You will have to
extract them from the Adamantix package of you want to continue using
> I am considering writing a tutorial on how to use your
> software once I become more familiar with it, it will
> be more of a practical tutorial to tell people how to
> do stuff, and how to take more advantage of different
> security features that RSBAC comes with. I already
> wrote a couple of papers up on neworder, however they
> are all kind of basic.
Documentation is very welcome. We can put it up at rsbac.org, too.
> I am looking forward to learning more about this. I
> just hope I can get it to work a little better.
We are working on it. :)
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