"Bob Meyers" <oregonbob2000> wrote in message
news:bgv580$snmrl$1ID-105888.news.uni-berlin.de...So you've made some links in /tcb/files/rootcmds.. What are the> SCO OS 5.0.6 with rs506
> After setting a customer up with 'asroot' commands, as per 'man asroot',
> when I login as a so designated user and try, for example to kill another
> user's process with:
> /tcb/bin/asroot kill -9 687
> It fails with error:
> asroot: /tcb/files/rootcmds/kill: file Control database inconsistency
> asroot: The system's integrity may be compromised. Run integrity(ADM)
> Is the 'integrity' safe to run, or is it that sco command that s-up
> more than it fixes? I forget, more each day.
permissions on all of the files in this directory?
The last time I had these errors, it was because one of the files in that
structure had write permissions.