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rkhunter backport for squeeze?

Hi Alexander,

Le jeudi 03 nov. 2011 ? 16:15:00 (+0100 CET), Alexander Reichle-Schmehl a ?crit?:
> Hi!
> Many thanks for your work on the rkhunter package, I'm using it on quite
> some machines.  However, I would be very interested in having backports
> of the package available (via backports.d.o).  Backporting rkhunter
> seems also to be quite easy, but being just a user and not deeper
> involved in it's packaging or development, I'm wondering if there could
> be a reason not to backport it?  Surely I'm not the first one interested
> in one.

Actually, yes, you are the first one to ask for it which partly explains why
there is no backport for rkhunter.

> If there's no reason, would you mind if I upload a backport to the
> archive, or would you prefer to do it on your own?

I can do this myself if that's fine for you. I however would like to upload
the 1.3.8-10 version first which fixes the bug you have just reported (BTW,
thanks for the patch), as well as #644326. 

I also agree there shouldn't be any problem with the backport, hence I'll
upload it as soon as the new version enters in testing.


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