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Re: fail2ban on backports.org

also sprach Nick Leverton <nick@leverton.org> [2006.06.09.0244 +0200]:
> > I've tried to make fail2ban as easy to port to sarge as possible (init.d
> > script compatible with sarge, appropriate logwatch rules available
> > from online, may be smth else :-) ) and had been successfully using it
> > on sarge systems and keeping it available for sarge from my local
> > repository (deb http://itanix.rutgers.edu/rumba/ sarge backport).
> I've just installed fail2ban from Sid on a backports.org system and it
> went without trouble.  I haven't enabled and tested it yet though, such
> things are best done when fresh :)

Yes, I know. It's as easy to recompile as e.g. hibernate. The idea
I guess is though to not require users to put a sid line into their
sources.list file.

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