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[yast-commit] r57844 - /trunk/audit-laf/src/helps.ycp
  • From: gs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 02 Jul 2009 12:01:39 -0000
  • Message-id: <E1MMKyx-0000Q3-H8@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Author: gs
Date: Thu Jul 2 14:01:39 2009
New Revision: 57844

URL: http://svn.opensuse.org/viewcvs/yast?rev=57844&view=rev
Log:
improved help text

Modified:
trunk/audit-laf/src/helps.ycp

Modified: trunk/audit-laf/src/helps.ycp
URL:
http://svn.opensuse.org/viewcvs/yast/trunk/audit-laf/src/helps.ycp?rev=57844&r1=57843&r2=57844&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- trunk/audit-laf/src/helps.ycp (original)
+++ trunk/audit-laf/src/helps.ycp Thu Jul 2 14:01:39 2009
@@ -57,43 +57,43 @@
</p>
"),

- /* logfile_settings dialog help 1/9 */
+ /* logfile_settings dialog help 1/8 */
"logfile_settings" : _("<p><b><big>Auditd Log File
Configuration</big></b><br>
-The audit daemon logs all relevant audit events to the default log file
<i>/var/log/audit/audit.log</i>.
-Events may come from the <i>apparmor</i> kernel module, from applications
-which use <i>libaudit</i> (e.g. PAM) or incidents caused by rules (e.g. file
watches).</p>") +
- /* logfile_settings dialog help 2/9 */
- _("<p>More information about rules and the possiblity to add rules offers
the dialog <b>Rules for auditctl</b>.
-Detailed information about the log file settings can be obtained from 'man
auditd.conf'.</p>") +
- /* logfile_settings dialog help 3/9 */
+The audit daemon is the component of the Linux Auditing System which is
responsible for writing all relevant audit events to the log file
<i>/var/log/audit/audit.log</i> (default).
+Events may come from the <i>apparmor</i> kernel module, from applications
which use <i>libaudit</i> (e.g. PAM) or incidents caused by rules (e.g. file
watches).</p>") +
+ /* logfile_settings dialog help 2/8 */
+ _("<p>More information about rules and the possibility to add rules offers
the dialog <b>Rules for auditctl</b>.
+Detailed information about the log file settings can be obtained from the
manual page ('man auditd.conf').</p>") +
+ /* logfile_settings dialog help 3/8 */
_("<p><b>Log File</b>: Enter the full path name to the log file
(or use <b>Select File</b>.)</p>") +
- /* logfile_settings dialog help 4/9 */
- _("<p><b>Format</b>: set <i>RAW</i> to log all data or <i>NOLOG</i>
-to discard all audit information (does not affect data sent to the
dispatcher).</p> ") +
- /* logfile_settings dialog help 5/9 */
+ /* logfile_settings dialog help 4/8 */
+ _("<p><b>Format</b>: set <i>RAW</i> to log all data (store in a format
exactly as the kernel
+sends it) or <i>NOLOG</i> to discard all audit information instead of writing
it on disk (does not affect
+data sent to the dispatcher).</p> ") +
+ /* logfile_settings dialog help 5/8 */
_("<p><b>Flush</b>: describes how to write the data to disk. If set to
<i>INCREMANTAL</i> the
<b>Frequency</b> parameter tells how many records to write before issuing an
explicit flush to disk.
<i>NONE</i> means: no special effort is made to flush data, <i>DATA</i>: keep
data portion synced,
<i>SYNC</i>: keep data and meta-data fully synced.</p>" ) +
- /* logfile_settings dialog help 6/9 */
+ /* logfile_settings dialog help 6/8 */
_("<p>Configure the maximum log file size (in megabytes) and the action to
take when this
-value is reached in <b>Size and Action</b> frame. If the action is set to
<i>ROTATE</i> the
-<b>Number of Log Files</b> specifies the number of files to keep.</p>") +
- /* logfile_settings dialog help 7/9 */
- _("<p><i>SYSLOG</i> means: the audit daemon will write a warning to
/var/log/messages, <i>SUSPEND</i>:
-stop writing records to disk, <i>IGNORE</i>: do nothing, <i>KEEP_LOGS</i>:
similiar to ROTATE, but
-log files aren't overwritten.</p>") +
- /* logfile_settings dialog help 8/9 */
+value is reached in <b>Size and Action</b> frame.</p>") +
+ /* logfile_settings dialog help 7/8 */
+ _("If the action is set to <i>ROTATE</i> the <b>Number of Log Files</b>
specifies the number
+of files to keep. <i>SYSLOG</i> means: the audit daemon will write a warning
to /var/log/messages,
+<i>SUSPEND</i>: stop writing records to disk, <i>IGNORE</i>: do nothing,
<i>KEEP_LOGS</i>: similiar
+to ROTATE, but log files aren't overwritten.</p>") +
+ /* logfile_settings dialog help 8/8 */
_("<p><b>Computer Name Format</b> describes how to write the computer name
to the log file.
-If <i>USER</i> is set the <b>User Defined Name</b> is used.</p> ") +
- /* logfile_settings dialog help 9/9 */
- _("<p><i>NONE</i> means: no computer name is inserted, <b>HOSTNAME</b>:
name returned by the
-'gethostname' syscall, <b>FQD</b>: fully qualified domain name</p>") ,
+If <i>USER</i> is set the <b>User Defined Name</b> is used. <i>NONE</i> means:
no computer name
+is inserted, <b>HOSTNAME</b>: name returned by the'gethostname' syscall,
+<b>FQD</b>: fully qualified domain name</p>") ,

/* dispatcher dialog help 1/5 */
"dispatcher" : _("<p><b><big>Auditd Dispatcher Configuration</big></b><br>
-Detailed information about the dispatcher settings can be obtained from 'man
auditd.conf'.<br></p>") +
+Detailed information about the dispatcher settings can be obtained from the
manual page
+('man auditd.conf').</p>") +
/* dispatcher dialog help 2/5 */
_("<p><b>Dispatcher</b>: The dispatcher program is started by the audit
daemon and
gets all audit events on stdin.</p>") +
@@ -105,42 +105,40 @@

/* dispatcher dialog help 4/5 */
_("<p>The dispatcher 'audispd' is an audit event multiplexor
-(for more information see 'man audispd' and 'man audispd.conf'.</p>") +
+(for more information see the manual pages ('man audispd' and 'man
audispd.conf').</p>") +

/* dispatcher dialog help 5/5 */
_("<p><b>Please note:</b> The dispatcher program must be owned by 'root',
have '0750'
file permissions and the full path name has to be entered.</p>"),

- /* disk space dialog help 1/7 */
+ /* disk space dialog help 1/6 */
"diskspace_settings" : _("<p><b><big>Auditd Disk Space
Configuration</big></b><br>
The settings made here refer to disk space on log partition.
-Detailed information can be obtained from 'man auditd.conf'</p>
+Detailed information can be obtained from the manual page ('man
auditd.conf').</p>
") +
- /* disk space dialog help 2/7 */
- _("<p><b>Space Left</b> and <b>Action</b> describe how much disk space (in
megabytes)
-to left and which action to perform if the system is starting to run low on
space.</p>") +
-
- /* disk space dialog help 3/7 */
- _("<p><b>Admin Space Left</b> and <b>Action</b> describe how much disk
space (in megabytes)
-to left and which action to perform if the system <b>is running low</b>.</p>")
+
+ /* disk space dialog help 2/6 */
+ _("<p><b>Space Left</b> (in megabytes) tells the audit daemon when to
perform an <b>Action</b> because
+the system is starting to run low on space).</p>") +
+
+ /* disk space dialog help 3/6 */
+ _("<p>The value for <b>Admin Space Left</b> should be lower than above.
The system <b>is running
+low</b> on disk space if the value is reached and the specified <b>Action</b>
will be performed.</p>") +

- /* disk space dialog hep 4/7 */
+ /* disk space dialog hep 4/6 */
_("<p>If an action is set to <i>EMAIL</i> a warning mail will be send to
the account specified in
-<b>Action Mail Account</b></p>" ) +
-
- /* disk space dialog help 5/7 */
- _("<p><i>SYSLOG</i> means: the disk space warning will be written to
/var/log/messages, <i>IGNORE</i>:
+<b>Action Mail Account</b>.<br>
+ <i>SYSLOG</i> means: the disk space warning will be written to
/var/log/messages, <i>IGNORE</i>:
do nothing, <i>EXEC</i>: execute the script from <b>Path to Script</b>,
<i>SUSPEND</i>: stop writing
records to disk, <i>SINGLE</i>: put the computer system in single user mode,
<i>HALT</i>: shutdown
the system.</p>") +

- /* disk space dialog help 6/7 */
+ /* disk space dialog help 5/6 */
_("<p>You can also specify a <b>Disk Full Action</b> (disk has become full
already) and
a <b>Disk Error Action</b> (performed whenever an error is detected while
writing to disk).
Available actions are same as above (except for <i>EMAIL</i>).</p>") +

- /* disk space dialog help 7/7 */
- _("<p><b>Please note:</b> All scripts specified for <b>Action</b>
<i>EXEC</i> must be owned
+ /* disk space dialog help 5/6 */
+ _("<p><b>Please note:</b> All scripts specified for <i>EXEC</i> must be
owned
by 'root', have '0750' file permissions and the full path name has to be
entered.</p>"),

/* rules dialog help 1/6 */
@@ -154,11 +152,11 @@
_("<p>Enabling auditing whithout additional rules will cause the
applications which use <i>libaudit</i>, e.g. PAM to log to
/var/log/audit/audit.log (default).</p> ") +
/* rules dialog help 4/6 */
- _("<p>This module also allows you to edit the rules manually. <br>
+ _("<p>The dialog also allows you to edit the rules manually, which is only
recommended for advanced users.<br>
Detailed information about all options gives 'man auditctl'.</p>") +
/* rules dialog help 5/6 */
- _("<p><b>Check Syntax</b> sends the rules via <i>auditctl</i> to the audit
subsystem and tells whether the syntax is correct.<br>
-<b>Restore</b> restores the settings from /etc/audit/audit.rules.</p>") +
+ _("<p><b>Check Syntax</b> sends the rules via <i>auditctl</i> to the audit
subsystem and tells
+ whether the syntax is correct.<br><b>Restore</b> restores the settings from
/etc/audit/audit.rules.</p>") +
/* rules dialog help 6/6 */
_("<p>Use the <b>Restore and Reset</b> button to restore the rules and
reset
the changes (from previous syntax checks) by calling <i>auditctl</i> with
it.<br>

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