On Sun, 2001-12-16 at 19:13, hjs wrote:
> Another thing I found....
> When I go to my FreeBSD box through ftp and go to directory /bin and do an
> ls, I see that two files have at least been touched (could have been me, but
> I am not sure) on December 13th. They are ls and ps. ps still seems to work
> Can I safely do a
> make depend && make && make install
> from their directories in /usr/src/bin or should I do something else to
> rebuild them.
The make from their source directories should be fine. However, if you
think someone might have back-doored your system, you should consider
everything tainted, and look at rebuilding things from scratch. You
never know what might have already been compromised.
> Kind Regards,
> "hjs" <hjs@thestof.COM> wrote in message
> > Hi,
> > For some reason ls is not behaving anymore as I am used to.
> > Whenever I run ls without any parameters all output is sent to one line
> > is wrapped at the edges of my screen. Whenever I provide parameters
> > (like -al) I don't get any output whatsoever. I can't even get it to
> > generate an error message by providing unused parameters.
> > Does anyone have an idea on what I might have done to get my system to
> > behave like this and more important, how can I get ls to behave like the
> > of the box bhaviour again?
> > I am running FreeBSD 4.2 and a bash shell.
> > Thank you in advance for any info you might have for me.
> > Kind Regards,
> > hjs
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