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AutomatedBastille - automatically install a profiled Bastille configuration
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.
/etc/Bastille/config Configuration file which defines all the security measures selected by the administrator to be enabled. /var/log/Bastille/action-log /var/log/Bastille/error-log 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 Fernández-Sanguino Peña <email@example.com> 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)