bfwalker at gmail.com
Tue Jan 24 05:09:26 UTC 2006
On 24/01/06, Steve Feehan <sfeehan at sbb.uvm.edu> wrote:
I think by default ISO doesn't maintain user/group and permission.
> You have to use the "rockridge extensions" when creating the ISO
> in order to preserve these details.
> Like someone else mentioned before, I would create a .tar.gz or
> .tar.bz2 archive of your home directory and then put that on the
> CD (in ISO format).
> Otherwise, if all you have is the plain old .iso and you've already
> wiped out the original, then just be ready to chown and chmod the
> files as necesarry.
> Steve Feehan
Many thanks for that info Steve.
clean install has happened. nmap showed once again an open port that I did
(The 1660 ports scanned but not shown below are in state: closed)
PORT STATE SERVICE
25/tcp open smtp
631/tcp open ipp
32770/tcp open sometimes-rpc3
Nmap finished: 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 0.296 seconds
This is despite having configured Bastille, and shutting down services as
far as reasonable. I wonder if there is not a residual backdoor being left
open? Any ideas on this? (BTW scanning other addresses shows no open ports
or unexpected services)
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