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Linux Fedora 8

Computer forensics discussion. Please ensure that your post is not better suited to one of the forums below (if it is, please post it there instead!)
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Dee33
Newbie
 

Linux Fedora 8

Post Posted: Apr 14, 11 14:28

Hi All

I have a server running Linux Fedora 8!

How do you examine the Hive Registry like you would with Windows OS

With windows i would use WRR but with Linux i'm unsure??

Thank you in advance  
 
  

Rich2005
Senior Member
 

Re: Linux Fedora 8

Post Posted: Apr 14, 11 14:50

There is no equivalent of the registry. Rather individual configuration files. I think you'll be best off trying to Google and read up as much on Linux/Unix in general, and also forensically investigating it. There will be a ton of info out there, certainly for the former.
(or pass the job to a colleague who is familiar with *nix to do if you can Razz )  
 
  

binarybod
Senior Member
 

Re: Linux Fedora 8

Post Posted: Apr 20, 11 15:00

- Rich2005
There is no equivalent of the registry.


projects.gnome.org/gconf/ Wink  
 

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