gcc.4.1.1.tar & monitor-2.1.5.tar

Posted on 2006-06-06
Last Modified: 2010-04-21
I found unknown files:

-rw-r-----   1 root     system    265248768 Jun 06 18:10 gcc.4.1.1.tar
-rw-r-----   1 root     system       378880 Jun 06 18:10 monitor-2.1.5.tar

What are gcc.4.1.1.tar & monitor-2.1.5.tar?
How do you find who/how ftp'ed them?
Question by:JohnLucania
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    gcc.4.1.1.tar is an archive of the GNU Compiler package version 4.1.1 [the latest version].
    monitor-2.1.5.tar is an archive of the monitor application version 2.1.5 [I am not familiar with this program, but is is probably a CPU or system monitor].

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    > How do you find who/how ftp'ed them?

    Since they are owned by root, check the system logs to see who was logged in as root user at 6PM today.


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    >> check the system logs

    Which system log are you referring to exactly?
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    > Which system log are you referring to exactly?

    That depends upon your flavor of unix.  On my system, it is /var/log/system.log


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