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       AutomatedBastille   -   automatically   install   a  profiled  Bastille




       This manual page briefly documents AutomatedBastille.

       This manual page was written  for  the  Debian  GNU/Linux  distribution
       because the original program does not have a manual page.

       AutomatedBastille  installs  a  profile  configuration  file  and calls
       BastilleBackEnd in order to put all the selected security  measures  in
       place.  The  profile is not adapted to your system; use BastilleChooser
       if you wish to do that.


       AutomatedBastille uses the following options:

       -v     Verbose mode. Actions are printed to the logs and to STDOUT.

       -l     Log-only mode. No action is  taken;  merely  logs  what  changes
              would have been made.

       -r PREFIX
              All  the  filenames  are  prefixed  with  PREFIX  (/etc/whatever
              becomes /PREFIX/etc/whatever). This  option  could  be  used  to
              commit  changes  to  NFS  filesystems,  or  file  systems with a
              different mount point than the current root (/) filesystem.


              Configuration file  which  defines  all  the  security  measures
              selected by the administrator to be enabled.
              Logs that hold information of actions taken on the system.


       bastille(7),         InteractiveBastille(8),        BastilleBackEnd(8),
       RevertBastille(8), BastilleChooser(8).
       The    programs    have     more     documentation     available     at
       /usr/share/doc/bastille on Debian systems.


       This   manual  page  was  written  by  Javier  Fernandez-Sanguino  Peña
       <> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used  on
       other systems).

       Bastille  was primarily written by Jay Beale, and is licensed under the
       GNU General Public License

                                May 10th, 2001            AUTOMATEDBASTILLE(8)