rebuilds the runtime AIDE configuration. /etc/aide/aide.conf and the
contents of the /etc/aide/aide.conf.d directory. If one of these files
executes the file and uses its stdout for the AIDE configuration. For
files that are not executeable, their contents is copied into AIDE
configuration verbatim. The input paths can be controlled from the
command line or using configuration options in /etc/default/aide.
is primarily used by
wrapper and and the
Debian Packages might drop configuration snippets in
, which will be picked up automatically by aide
if the default paths are used. If you would prefer to control your
rules yourself, you might want to point
to a different conf.d directory by configuring
appropriately. You can then use symlinks to select Debian rules. Or
you can edit the files dropped into
yourself, they are dpkg-conffiles.
Enable verbose mode, tell about ignored files
Show this message
Do not remove comment lines
Remove comment lines (default)
write output to file instead of /var/lib/aide/aide.conf.autogenerated
read input from given directory instead of /etc/aide. The default can
be overridden using the UPAC_CONFDIR directive in /etc/default/aide.
read config file snippets from given directory instead of
/etc/aide/aide.conf.d. The default can be overridden using the
UPAC_CONFD directive in /etc/default/aide.
read settings files from given directory instead of
/etc/aide/aide.settings.d. The default can be overridden using the
UPAC_SETTINGSD directive in /etc/default/aide.
main AIDE configuration file
configuration file fragments to be added to the master configuration file
settings files parsed by some configuration files in UPAC_CONFD
Debian aide defaults file used for permanently overriding some option defaults.