IGNORE: is marked as broken on amd64: incorrect runtime output
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Port Added: 07 Jul 2002 04:59:53
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After examining Tripwire and deciding that it was *way* overkill for my
...L5 simply walks down Unix or DOS filesystems, sort of like "ls -R" or
"find" would, generating listings of anything it finds there. It tells
you everything it can about a file's status, and adds on an MD5 hash of
it. Its output is rather "numeric", but it is a very simple format and
is designed to be post-treated by scripts that call L5...
...Unlike Tripwire itself, this is NOT a complete toolkit -- one is
expected to use it as a small, reliable part of a larger system...
Andrew McNaughton <email@example.com>SVNWeb : PortsMon
To install the port:
cd /usr/ports/security/l5/ && make install clean
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SHA256 (L5.tgz) = 94a860a4742abcce425c4306f97474e1eade240766e69770e8a14e22bbc4cad7
SIZE (L5.tgz) = 26574
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===> The following configuration options are available for l5-1.2:
DOCS=on: Build and/or install documentation
===> Use 'make config' to modify these settings