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Hi, I've been spiffing up the open source version of Tripwire(tm)
myself, and have come up with some improvements of my own, which
have not yet made it into the official version, or in some cases,
some of which may never make it into the official version. Other
than the following changes, this Tripwire(tm) is still the same.
ConfigurationsThis patch has been known to work with the following OSes:
The most current version is this tarball:
Previous older versions were distributed in patch form. Download an older patch which is meant to patch against version 2.3.1-2 of tripwire. If that doesn't work, you can try an even older version. You can download the original tripwire source from: http://sourceforge.net/projects/tripwire/ To apply the patch, simply type:
# works for GNU PatchIf that doesn't work, try something like:
# for other non GNU OSes, sometimes '-p0' worksApparently, the Solaris patch program doesn't work too well with these diffs. If you are having trouble, try using the GNU patch program.
FAQQ: I get an error when I run configure. It says:
checking whether byte ordering is bigendian... configure:
A: This usualy means that either your C compiler or C++ compiler is either producing files it can't run, or it is just plain broken. Nine times out of ten, the compiler is not running properly.
Q: I get an error when I type make.
A: You might be using a compiler that hasn't been tested. See the configuration section.
LinksFor access to the latest Open Source Tripwire v2.3.1 software and for community contact information, please see:
For Tripwire's Enterprise-ready/Network-enabled products,
For access to the latest open-sourced Tripwire software, please visit Tripwire's project at:
...and don't forget!These patches belong to me, Paul Herman, and redistribution and use in patch form, with or without modification, are permitted without restriction. Furthermore,
The developer of the original code and/or files is Tripwire, Inc. Portions of the original code created by Tripwire, Inc. are copyright 2000 Tripwire, Inc. Tripwire is a registered trademark of Tripwire, Inc. All rights reserved.
Nothing in the GNU General Public License or any other license to use the original code or files shall permit you to use Tripwire's trademarks, service marks, or other intellectual property without Tripwire's prior written consent in the form of a license agreement signed by an officer of Tripwire, Inc.If you have any questions about the patches, please contact me at email@example.com.
If you have any questions about the original source, please contact Tripwire, Inc. at either firstname.lastname@example.org or www.tripwire.org.
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Last Updated: August 14, 2004