Re: PaX on Debian
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Sure I'll test this out right away.
umm. Which? I'm gonna try libc6_2.3.2.ds1-14_i386.deb out I guess. If
you'd like me to test others, please list the debs. I'm just taking a
shot in the dark here :)
iceslab:~# cat /proc/pax_status
Available NX Modes: PAGEEXEC SEGMEXEC
Default NX Mode: PAGEEXEC
Commit that for SID :) . . . hang on. *logs into Gnome and runs
Mozilla* OK nothing's breaking offhand, so it should be OK for SID I guess.
GOTO Masanori wrote:
| At Mon, 26 Jul 2004 21:30:17 -0400,
| John Richard Moser wrote:
|>| Is this VSYSCALL issue? I guess we can backport it without large
|>| obstacle, but I have no spare time within a few days to work this bug
|>| because there're a lot of other remained stuff. But I also think it's
|>| good idea to fix this bug before releasing sarge.
|>Yeah, that would be it.
| OK, I put debian/patches/glibc232-remove-vsyscall.dpatch to
| debian-glibc cvs. It should be fixed for this problem. I created the
| glibc 2.3.2.ds1-14 with this patch, at:
| Could you test it with PaX, and confirm #245563 fixed?
| -- gotom
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