[sudo-users] sudo: unable to send audit message: Connection refused
george at blue-bolt.com
Tue Sep 21 03:23:06 EDT 2010
I have been trying to clear the following error:
"sudo: unable to send audit message: Connection refused"
which I believe is related to auditing not being switched on in the
centos 5.3 kernel based on:
I am building sudo-ldap using the mkpkg tool that comes with the source
I don't think I need this audit functionality so wanted to remove this
feature from the sudo-ldap rpm.
I tried passing mkpg the configure options
./mkpkg --flavor ldap --platform rpm --with-linux-audit=no
./mkpkg --flavor ldap --platform rpm --without-linux-audit
but continue to get the error.
Is there a way I can set this to not be used with mkpg, or override this
behavior to switch this off in a similar way the first post above does
with source rpms?
Many thanks again,
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