Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 161764
documentation still refers to twinstall.sh script, which was renamed
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:08 EST
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Description of problem:
The initial install script, twinsall.sh is missing from the tripwire
binary rpm. It needs to be added to the file along with a INSTALL
file which describes how to complete the installation of tripwire
after the binary RPM is loaded.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Use yum to install tripwire
2.try to complete the installation
3.twinstall.sh file is missing
Created attachment 116002 [details]
The missing script
No. As somebody pointed out on one of the lists, it's a documentation bug. File
"quickstart.txt" still mentions "twinstall.sh", but the script is named
Will fix as soon as I get back to the UK (next month).
Other fixes coming.
Well I finally got new Linux friendly hardware, and it's a Laptop too, so I'll
be able to take my projects with me to work (overseas) now.
Promise I'll catch up.
Oh, and according to Ron Forrester a new release is imminent:
Good job too, since AFAICT even the patched sources of the current release won't
compile on GCC4 (another reason for the delay).
FC3 and FC4 have now been EOL'd. We are in the process of closing old bugs or
moving them forward to newer releases of Fedora Core.
I see that FC6 and devel have been updated to tripwire 18.104.22.168. Could you
please check whether the bug is still present in the FC6 release and either
adjust the version of this bug to fc6 or close it if appropriate?
Your friendly BZ janitor :-)
This is indeed still a problem... sorry I missed this bug when I took over
tripwire. A fix should be out soon... I'm merging quickstart.txt into README.Fedora