Provided by: aide_0.10-11_i386 bug


       aide - Advanced Intrusion Detection Environment


       aide [options] command


       aide  is  an  intrusion  detection system for checking the integrity of


       --check, -C
              Checks the  database  for  inconsistencies.  You  must  have  an
              initialized  database  to  do  this.  This  is  also the default
              option. Without any command aide does a check.

       --init, -i
              Initialize the database. You must initialize a database and move
              it  to  the  appropriate  place  before  you can use the --check

       --update, -u
              Checks the database and updates the database  non-interactively.
              The input and output databases must be different.

              Compares  two databases. They must be defined in configfile with
              database=<url> and database_new=<url>.


       --config=configfile, -c configfile
              Configuration  is  read  from   file   configfile   instead   of
              "./aide.conf". Use ’-’ for stdin.

       --before=configparameters, -B configparameters
              These  configparameters  are  handled  before the reading of the
              configuration file. See aide.conf (5) for more details  on  what
              to put here.

       --after=configparameters, -A configparameters
              These  configparameters  are  handled  after  the reading of the
              configuration file. See aide.conf (5) for more details  on  what
              to put here.

       --verbose=verbosity_level, -Vverbosity_level
              Controls how verbose aide is. Value must [0-255]. The default is
              5. With no argument Value is set to 20.  This  option  overrides
              the value set in a configuration file.

       --report=reporter, -r reporter
              reporter  is  a  URL which tells aide where to send it’s output.
              See aide.conf (5) section URLS for available values.

       --version, -v
              aide prints out its version number

       --help, -h
              Prints out the standard help message.


       /etc/aide/aide.conf     Default      aide      configuration      file.
       /etc/aide/aide.conf.d   Config   snippets   which   are   automatically
       concatenated   to   the   configuration   file   by    update-aide.conf
       /var/lib/aide/aide.db Default aide database.  /var/lib/aide/
       Default aide output database.




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