miércoles, 28 de enero de 2004

How to Determine if Enhanced Security Is Installed and Running

If you are not sure if the optional, enhanced-security features are
installed on your system, you can check as follows:

$ ls -l /usr/.smdb./OSFC2SEC4??.lk
-rw-r--r-- 1 root system 0 Nov 8 11:02 \
/usr/.smdb./OSFC2SEC400.lk



The presence of the lock file (OSFC2SEC400.lk) indicates that the enhanced
security subset is installed (but not necessarily running) on your system. If
the subset is not installed, you will receive a "not found" message.

To determine if the installed enhanced security is running on your system,
enter the following command:

$ /usr/sbin/rcmgr get SECURITY BASE
ENHANCED


If the string "ENHANCED" is returned, enhanced security is running. If the
string "BASE" is returned, enhanced security is not running

Desde:
http://www.cs.arizona.edu/computer.help/policy/DIGITAL_unix/AA-Q0R2D-TET1_html/sec.c23.html