accounts_umask_* checks are referencing the wrong variables.
Brian Millett (1):
Ok, to fix the "error" doing an evaluation for the various umask
checks, changed the following variables referenced in the checks
RHEL6/input/checks/accounts_umask_bashrc.xml | 4 ++--
RHEL6/input/checks/accounts_umask_cshrc.xml | 4 ++--
RHEL6/input/checks/accounts_umask_etc_profile.xml | 4 ++--
RHEL6/input/checks/accounts_umask_login_defs.xml | 4 ++--
4 files changed, 8 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)
What was your thinking behind the common-fix elements?
Please also see (shortly) my new patches for fix insertion.
I've re-written the fix insertion stuff. So that people can "declare"
their use of particular environment variables in bash (using a bash
Then the reworked combinefixes.py will pick up on the declaration and
assign an XCCDF <sub idref/> to that variable. <sub idref/> is how oscap
supports inserting particular values inside a fix.
For unit testing (still incomplete), the bash function "needs" should grab
the right value from XCCDF and populate it accordingly.
Do we still need the fix-common elements, to insert them into the XCCDF?
I like to delete unused code.