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File daily-mailer.patch of Package seccheck

diff -ub a/helper.inc b/helper.inc
--- a/helper.inc	2014-09-25 10:25:31.000000000 +0200
+++ b/helper.inc	2014-11-10 19:38:31.780825129 +0100
@@ -65,18 +65,22 @@
     local old1=$1
     local out1=$2
     
+    {    
     cat <<-EOF
-    To: $SECCHK_USER
-    Subject: Local Daily Security for `hostname`: Changes
+To: $SECCHK_USER
+Subject: Local Daily Security for `hostname`: Changes
 
-    Daily security check $VERSION by Marc Heuse <marc@suse.de>
-    $BLURB
+Daily security check $VERSION by Marc Heuse <marc@suse.de>
+$BLURB
 
-    Changes in your daily security configuration of `hostname`:
+Changes in your daily security configuration of `hostname`:
+
+Changes (+: new entries, -: removed entries):
 
 EOF
 
-    /usr/bin/diff -u -w "$old1" "$out1" | sed 's/^@@.*/\ * Changes (+: new entries, -: removed entries):\ /' | \egrep '^[+*-]|^$' |sed 's/^+++/NEW:/' | sed 's/^---/OLD:/' | sed 's/^[+-]/& /' | $MAILER "$SECCHK_USER" 
+	/usr/bin/diff -u -w "$old1" "$out1" | egrep '^[+*-]|^$' | sed 's/^+++/NEW:/' | sed 's/^---/OLD:/' | sed 's/^[+-]/& /'
+    } | $MAILER "$SECCHK_USER"
     /bin/mv "$out1" "$old1"
 }
 
Only in b: security-control.sh
diff -ub a/security_daily_helper.inc b/security_daily_helper.inc
--- a/security_daily_helper.inc	2014-09-25 10:25:31.000000000 +0200
+++ b/security_daily_helper.inc	2014-11-10 19:38:31.785824990 +0100
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
     /usr/bin/systemctl list-unit-files --type=service > "$SEC_DATA/systemd_services.new"
     diff -uw "$SEC_DATA/systemd_services" "$SEC_DATA/systemd_services.new" |egrep -v '^\+\+\+ |^--- |^$|^@@' | sed 's/^[+-]/& /' > "$output_file"
     if [ -s "$output_file" ] ; then
-       printf "\nThere are the following changes in systemctl services output:\n"
+       echo
        cat "$output_file"
     fi
     mv "$SEC_DATA/systemd_services.new" "$SEC_DATA/systemd_services"
@@ -48,18 +48,13 @@
 function check_sysctl () {
     local output_file=`mktemp -t check_sysctl.XXXX` # TEMPDIR is set but not exported.. does it work?
     /usr/sbin/sysctl -a > "$SEC_DATA/sysctl.new"
-    diff -uw "$SEC_DATA/sysctl" "$SEC_DATA/sysctl.new" |egrep -v '^\+\+\+ |^--- |^$|^@@' | sed 's/^[+-]/& /' > "$output_file"
-    if [ -s "$output_file" ] ; then
-        printf "\nThere are the following changes in the output from sysctl -a:\n"
-        cat "$output_file"
-    fi
+    cat "$SEC_DATA/sysctl.new"
     mv "$SEC_DATA/sysctl.new" "$SEC_DATA/sysctl"
-    rm -f "$output_file"
 }
 
 function check_xinetd_services () {
      local output_file=`mktemp -t check_xinetd_services.XXXX` # TEMPDIR is set but not exported.. does it work?
-     /sbin/chkconfig --list | awk '/xinetd based services/,/""/' | grep -v off > "$SEC_DATA/xinetd.new"
+     /sbin/chkconfig --list 2> /dev/null | awk '/xinetd based services/,/""/' | grep -v off > "$SEC_DATA/xinetd.new"
      diff -uw "$SEC_DATA/xinetd" "$SEC_DATA/xinetd.new" |egrep -v '^\+\+\+ |^--- |^$|^@@' | sed 's/^[+-]/& /' > "$output_file"
      if [ -s "$output_file" ] ; then
         printf "\nThere are the following changes in xinetd running services output:\n"