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Integrit's key features are the small memory footprint, the design with unattended use in mind, intuitive cascading rulesets for the paths listed in the configuration file, the possibility of XML or human-readable output, and simultaneous checks and updates.
See http://integrit.sourceforge.net/ for more information.
integrit version 4.1 ---------------- BUILD: To build integrit the following commands should usually suffice: ./configure && make To build the auxiliary programs, use "make utils". If you have any trouble, please see the TROUBLESHOOTING section of INSTALL for more information. FEATURES include: * small memory footprint that doesn't grow during runtime (reading a cdb database more»
integrit for Debian ------------------- A program like integrit must be suited for each system. Therefore the supplied configuration file /etc/integrit/integrit.conf is just an example, and the example daily cron job to check the filesystem for changes is disabled. Please read and understand the integrit documentation before proceeding. See /usr/share/doc/integrit/integrit.html for the big pict more»
This directory contains examples of how you can use integrit along with other UN*X tools like perl, cron, etc. integrit-run.c shows how to create a simple C program to run integrit on multiple roots. Most sites will use something like Bourne shell scripts, but you can link integrit-run statically. See the comments at the beginning of integrit-run.c for more information.
integrit (4.0-1) unstable; urgency=low * integrit 4.0 breaks db compatibility with versions 3.x a more»
i-ls(1) i-ls(1) NAME i-ls - display f more»
i-viewdb(1) i-viewdb(1) NAME i-viewdb - view more»
integrit(1) integrit(1) NAME integrit - file more»
integrit (4.1-1) unstable; urgency=low * new upstream release. * debian/rules: no longer build more»