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[discuss] Somehow, I broke the msec script
From: Robin Lynn Frank (rlfrankparadigm-omega.com)
Date: Wed Mar 24 2004 - 11:45:50 CST
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On one of our 9.1 boxes, I used the MDK control panel to raise the security
level from high to higher (to see if we could live with the added
It didn't work out so I attempted to move it back down to high. It wouldn't.
I went to the command line and got the results below:
# msec 3
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/msec/msec.py", line 266, in ?
File "/usr/share/msec/mseclib.py", line 24, in commit_changes
File "/usr/share/msec/libmsec.py", line 908, in accept_bogus_error_responses
'net.ipv4.icmp_ignore_bogus_error_responses', not arg, 1, 'Ignoring bogus
icmp error responses', 'Accepting bogus icmp error responses')
File "/usr/share/msec/libmsec.py", line 833, in set_zero_one_variable
val = int(val)
ValueError: invalid literal for int(): True
Python has never been one of my skills. Anyone have any ideas as to what the
problem might be?
Robin Lynn Frank
Director of Operations, Paradigm-Omega, LLC
Outsource jobs overseas...CEOs first!
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