[solved] Re: sshd in stable doesn't start anymore and few other problems trojan?
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- Subject: [solved] Re: sshd in stable doesn't start anymore and few other problems trojan?
- From: Grzesiek Sedek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 05 Jan 2004 17:57:40 +0000
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Ok found out what happened, weird...
seems like kernel compilation process has changed /dev/null into regular
file. fix for it is 'rm -f /dev/null; mknod -m 666 /dev/null c 1 3'
How could that happened?
On Mon, 2004-01-05 at 10:59, Grzesiek Sedek wrote:
> I have few weird things going on with stable debian.
> First of all I have started to see a lot of processes that don't quit.
> mostly exim process and modprobe
> exim -bs
> /sbin/modprobe -s -k -- net-pf-10
> and so on repeated, after a while those processes slow down system
> I can get rid of modprobe by adding local_interfaces= my_ip_number :
> but then every exim process with was delivering mail stay in the process
> list even after successful delivery ( like /usr/sbin/exim/ -Mc
> and so on up to 50 processes)
> sshd doesn't work anymore - no error everything looks ok but it doesn't
> This happened on two stable machines after compiling kernel on them (it
> didn't compile - there was error along the way - but since then all of
> this start happening.) one of the machines was running without problems
> for over a year.
> Is it possible that rsync sources could be trojaned?
> Or I'm just missing something.
> Tell me what you think.
Grzesiek Sedek <email@example.com>