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oskeola
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Nano - RBAC

Hello,

I'm facing a problem with nano after RBAC implementation on my HP-UX B.11.31.
Can not save changes .
Any help to figure out why .

Regards
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James R. Ferguson
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Re: Nano - RBAC

Hi:

That sounds like a permissions issue.

Regards!

...JRF...
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oskeola
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Re: Nano - RBAC

well vi editor works fine, but nano doesn't after enabling keystroke logging in /etc/rbac/rbac.conf
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James R. Ferguson
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Re: Nano - RBAC

Hi:

> well vi editor works fine, but nano doesn't after enabling keystroke logging in /etc/rbac/rbac.conf

So what happens if you *disable* keystroke logging?

Regards!

...JRF...
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oskeola
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Re: Nano - RBAC

Hi James,

After i disable keystroke logging in /etc/rbac/rbac.conf KEY_STROKE_LOGGING = 0
i can open , modify and save the file using nano editor, but the same file i cant modify if KEY_STROKE_LOGGING = 1

Thank you in advance

Oskeola
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James R. Ferguson
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Re: Nano - RBAC

Hi (again):

And my point is, when you enable keystroke logging is the directory and/or file in which the logging is to occur available for writing by you?

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...JRF...
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oskeola
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Re: Nano - RBAC

>And my point is, when you enable keystroke logging is the directory and/or file in which the logging is to occur available for writing by you?

Yes it is.


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