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Old 05-02-2004, 04:48 PM   #1
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redhat-config-securitylevel and SAMBA

has anyone successfully modified the redhat-config-securitylevel utility to add ports for SAMBA??

in redhat fedora core 1, i have modified lines 129 - 130 and 198 of the python script /usr/share/redhat-config-securitylevel/ (inserted the bold text)

lines 129, 130: add the bold portions, and yes, the long bolded section at the end isn't a mistake

self.serviceDict = {"SSH":"ssh:tcp", "Telnet":"telnet:tcp", "WWW (HTTP)":"http:tcp",
_("Mail (SMTP)"):"smtp:tcp", "FTP":"ftp:tcp", "SAMBA (139:TCP)":"netbios-ssn:tcp", "SAMBA (445:TCP)":"microsoft-ds:tcp", "SAMBA (137:UDP)":"netbios-ns:udp","SAMBA (138:UDP)":"netbios-dgm:udp"}

line 198: delete the coloured portion

args.append('--port=' + self.serviceDict[service] + ':tcp')

this works perfectly, but the list is cleared every time you start it up. i'm sure anyone who knows python would have it working properly in seconds. fix the part where it reads in the state of the sysconfig file and sets self.incomingList.get_active[ ]

hope this helps someone.

Last edited by chromedog; 05-02-2004 at 07:04 PM.


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