[Logwatch] Working on a port to Sun Solaris 10

Don Wilder don.wilder at gmail.com
Fri May 2 09:12:21 MST 2008


Thanks Mike,

Already there and looking at that code. Guess I'll hack an ipf module for
logwatch.

Don

On Fri, May 2, 2008 at 11:38 AM, Mike Tremaine <mgt at stellarcore.net> wrote:

> Don Wilder wrote:
> > Is there anyone working on a port to Solaris I can confer with? I have
> > many of the functions working, but ipf is making my head spin. :) The
> > nice thing about perl is it is portable.
> >
> > If anyone else is working on a port to Solaris Please contact me.
> >
> > -
>
> The base system installs and runs under Solaris 10 just fine. However
> there is no ipf support. The place to start would be to see if the
> iptables service can be modified to handle the ipf.log file [either with
> patches or as a new ipf service]
>
> My ipf logs look something like this
>
> Aug 14 15:27:15 hypernova ipmon[18629]: [ID 702911 local0.warning]
> 15:27:15.551473 dmfe0 @0:26 b 67.104.37.226,2920 -> 192.168.123.110,993
> PR tcp len 20 48 -S IN
>
> -Mike
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