Bug#657103: rkhunter: Invalid BINDIR configuration option: Invalid directory found: ~/bin
jesse at opendreams.net
Tue Jan 24 09:07:03 UTC 2012
Shell is bash 4.2-1.
If you want debug output, tell me explicitly what you want. Normally I
like a good mystery, but I do not have the time right now.
Julien Valroff wrote:
> This indeed shouldn't happen as $PATH should only be used when BINDIR
> configuration option doesn't exist.
> What is your default shell? I'm surprised it leaves ~/bin in $PATH - it
> should be automagically changed to an absolute path.
> % grep PATH ~/.zshrc
> ## PATH definition
> [ -d ~/scripts ]&& PATH=$PATH:~/scripts
> [ -d ~/bin ]&& PATH=$PATH:~/bin
> % echo $PATH
> rkhunter then complains as it only accepts bin directories beginning with /
> to avoid any relative paths being used.
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