Linux Security on Ubuntu 13.04

Hi, there a solution to install linux security on Ubuntu 13.04?

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  • You could start with hardening the system. For example my tool Lynis can be of great help: http://www.rootkit.nl/projects/lynis.html
    Lukasz_Gadek
  • Yes, for Debian 7.0 / 7.1

     

    First read the pdf-manual to extract the archive, extract the rpm-files and create the system-user and system-group.

     

    Install alien. Install depends.

    Convert the rpm-files in deb-packages with option --scripts.

    Install all deb-archives.

    read the pdf-manual to the steps run after manual-install.

     

  • Thanks very much, but do You know when it will be ? There are some dates ? Approximately?

  • I have forget to speak about tree errors.

     

    When you run /opt/f-secure/fsav/bin/fsav-compile-drivers

    Checking for System.map file... ok (/boot/System.map-3.2.0-4-686-pae)

    Locating sys_call_table... ok (0xc12cbe90)
    Locating sys_close... ok (0xc10cbd62)
    Locating vfsmount_lock... failed
    error: unable to locate kernel symbol 'vfsmount_lock'
    unable to support syscall hooking

    NO SOLUTION FOR THIS.

     

    When you run /usr/bin/fsui for KDE4 manually, then you get an error with the libraries.

    error while loading shared libraries: libkdecore.so.4 - then make a symbolic link to libkdecore.so.5

    next error is:

    error while loading shared libraries libqt-mt.so.3 - then download separately the .deb-archive from debian and install libqt-mt.deb

     

    next error is:

    error while loading shared libraries libDCOP.so.4

    NO SOLUTION FOR THIS.

     

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