Subject: the daily repeat of the 'daily insecurity output'
To: None <>
From: Petar Bogdanovic <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 09/11/2005 19:30:39
Hello, it's me!

I was very delighted, when I discovered /etc/daily. Since then, I get 
every day interesting output and I'm also able to customize it trough 
/etc/daily.local - also a great feature!

I'm just not sure about one detail: the daily insecurity output. On my 
NetBSD 2.0.2 box it looks like this:

Checking special files and directories.
	gid (0, 1000)
	permissions (0644, 0664)

and there is nothing wrong about that. I granted the write-access to gid 
1000, because I'm not the only person, who should be able to alter 

The problem is: Why do I get this output every day? I feel, that once, 
it should be enought.. but thats just my personal impression.

So, what is the 'right' way to deal with this surplus on information? :)

TIA & with kind regards,


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