[Rkhunter-users] How to disable the lsmod and /proc/modules warning?

2008-09-09 Thread Alexander Griesser
this check? The kernel on this machine is not configured to support modules so it's perfectly fine that the output of lsmod and the contents of /proc/modules are empty. Regards, - -- | .-. |Alexander Griesser -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] | .''`. | | /v\ \ http://www.tuxx-home.at

Re: [Rkhunter-users] How to disable the lsmod and /proc/modules warning?

2008-09-09 Thread Alexander Griesser
it to the DISABLE_TESTS list. Well but then _ALL_ os_spcific tests would be disabled. What's part of the os_specific test suite? It's just that this warning is annoying, but I'd rather live with it instead of disabling other possibly useful tests. ciao, - -- | .-. |Alexander Griesser -- [EMAIL

Re: [Rkhunter-users] How to disable the lsmod and /proc/modules warning?

2008-09-09 Thread Alexander Griesser
is annoying, but I'd rather live with it instead of disabling other possibly useful tests. The linux specific tests relate to modules, so none of them are relevant for a system not using modules. Oh, OK, great, thanks for your answer! ciao, - -- | .-. |Alexander Griesser -- [EMAIL

Re: [Rkhunter-users] false postive

2010-09-18 Thread Alexander Griesser
Am 18.09.2010 21:42, Richard Spencer wrote: [19:55:25] /usr/bin/curl [ Warning ] [19:55:25] Warning: The file '/usr/bin/curl' exists on the system, but it is not present in the rkhunter.dat file. This is most likely because you installed curl and haven't