[NCLUG] redhat 8.0 issues

listz at hate.cx listz at hate.cx
Tue Jan 7 17:34:47 MST 2003

couldn't you just disable rhnsd?
as for the tripwire thing, i usually just turn it off and use my own HIDS. you
could stop tripwire from rumming by rm /etc/cron.daily/tripwire-check. 
can't help with grub, i'm still a lilo guy.

dherr at frii.com said something like:
> I've successfully installed redhat 8.0 on a clean drive.
> I'm using the BlueCurve window manager, which shows the little
> red round button with an exclamation mark in the taskbar.  I
> can't seem to get rid of this button permanently.  When I
> click on "Remove from panel" in the Redhat Network Alert
> Notification Tool pop-up, it goes away, but then it comes
> back the next time I log in.  Any ideas?
> Second, I bought a new hard drive, used "rsync -av ..." to
> copy everything over, then reinstalled grub on the new disk.
> With the new drive, it comes up to a "grub>" prompt, at which
> I have to type "configfile (hd0,0)/grub.conf" to get it to
> continue.  How can I make it automatically use my config file?
> Third, I keep getting emails to root from tripwire telling me
> that lots of files in /var don't exist.  How can I stop these
> emails?  Do I really need tripwire running, or should I
> eliminate it altogether?  If so, how's the best way to remove it?
> Thanks in advance,
> Daniel (dherr at frii.com)
> By the way, I got a real steal on the new HD:  Over Christmas,
> Fry's had a WD 160GB 8MB cache 7200rpm drive in retail box with
> free Promise Ultra100 TX2 controller card included for $119 after
> rebate.  I just happened to be in a city with a Fry's during
> Christmas.  (Of course, now I have to wait the 6-8 weeks for the
> rebates to come back... I guess that's the down side.)
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