Description of problem:
"service auditd status" only works for root, even though the function that
auditd uses to provide status works, so there isn't any permissions issue:
. /etc/init.d/functions ; status auditd
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
2.service auditd status
auditd (pid xxxx) is running...
OK, I know that there are services that don't provide status to a normal user,
but there are lots that do. Anyway, I was looking at this one.
Created attachment 149051 [details]
patch (diff -up) to implement auditd status command for normal user
This was fixed in audit-1.5 in rawhide. I had not planned to make audit 1.5
available to fc6. I might hand pick some fixes from it and make a new
OK, thanks. Leaving it unchanged in FC6 is fine with me!
audit-1.4.2-3 has been built to address this problem. Its currently in testing
and will be pushed out wednesday if no bugs are discovered. Thanks for reporting
Fixed on Fedora 7.