chroot'd named & dpkg-sources
i just found that there was a new exploit for bind. i just also
finished reading Chroot-BIND HOWTO. this might be a good time to
apply what i've learned. i've already created my 'named' system user
acct with a /bin/false shell and /chroot/named home directory. i've
copied the contents of /etc/bind/* to /chroot/named/etc/bind, created
/chroot/named/dev/null and modified the syslogd init file.
now i'm ready to compile the bind source code, which i downloaded did
by doing 'apt-get source'. now i have a bind_*.dsc, bind_*.tar.gz,
bind_*.diff.gz, and a bind-* directory.
do i still have to run 'dpkg-source -x bind_*.dsc' or are the contents
of the bind-* directory the output of dpkg-source?
if i edit some of the file in the bind-* directory. is it ok for me to
run 'dpkg-buildpackage; dpkg --install *.deb'?
"As a general rule, if you have trouble
with the binary system, then probably it
is because you do not really understand
the decimal system ..."