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How can I enable audit on access to specific files in Suse Linux Enterprise 9?

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Maybe you should take a look at SUSE's official doc

Another useful source of info is auditd's man page which says that all the specific file configurations are in /etc/audit/audit.rules

  • Thanks, but sles 9 has not /etc/audit/audit.conf. I use this in sles 11 – pasgabriele Aug 31 '17 at 7:46
  • If you have rpm try rpm -ql <audit's package name> that will show you the list of files installed by rpm and there should be something related with the rules, I don't think that a very complex software as audit won't have any kind of configuration file or the rules, hope it helps – Christopher Díaz Riveros Aug 31 '17 at 12:42

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