On Mon, Dec 03, 2001 at 01:30:20PM +0100, Guillaume Morin wrote: > Dans un message du 01 Dec à 15:58, email@example.com écrivait : > > I appologise upfront for my ignorance on this matter. But how do you > > apply such a patch? > > You go to your kernel source directory (eg. /usr/src/linux) and run > patch -p1 < path_of_the_patch. Anyway, this patch should be in 2.4.17, > so you might want to wait if you don't want to play with patches. > > > Thanks for the info. I am glad that it is not something that I have > > done wrong to cause these. I did only start to notice them after > > upgrading to the 2.4.14 kernel from 2.4.4 - and I didn't change my > > iptables rules in between. > > That is normal. Before 2.4.7, the unclean target matched all packets as > clean *sigh* Hmmm. I didn't know that. I actually thought that was providing some added security for me. Thanks for letting me know. I got rid of those firewall rules (and now, no more unclean packets in the logs). I will have to do a little reading on patching the kernel. What confused me was that the patch was imbedded in the email. I didn't know what part to get out to put in a file, nor what/how to call it. For now I think I will wait for the next kernel version and just compile a new one. Thanks. Mark.
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