Re: Cracked PUMP binary
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On Sat, Jul 17, 2004 at 05:27:39PM +1000, Anibal Monsalve Salazar wrote:
> There is no pump.image in pump_0.8.19-4_i386.deb.
The pump.image was aquired by doing:
cat /proc/<process id of pump>/exe > pump.image
This should get a copy of the binary that is actually running. It will
also match that of the on on the disk too. Should in theory anyway.
> >>Firstly, my question is, have you heard of this happening before?
> No, I haven't. Where is pump.image coming from?
> >>and secondly, does the md5sum of my binary match any earlier versions
> >>of pump?
> I don't know, pump_0.8.19-4 is my first release of the package after I
> took it over from Herbert Xu.
> Sorry, I don't have previous versions of pump. However, you can find old
> versions of pump at .
>  http://snapshot.debian.net/package/pump
> Could someone shed some light on this problem, please?
> Anibal Monsalve Salazar
Hope this clarifies where pump.image came from.
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