Re: Debian Investigation Report after Server Compromises
----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Morgan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2003 6:01 PM
Subject: Re: Debian Investigation Report after Server Compromises
On Wed, 03 Dec 2003 16:25:21 +0100, Benedict Verheyen wrote:
>> I'm one of those who's got all his systems on safe kernels, even if
>> means I don't have full use. NICs on one box aren't supported by
>> 2.4.18, and building 2.4.23 is turning into a bitch.
> Is there a page anywhere (if not, there should be one) or info on what
> type of patches are added to a debianized kernel and where to find
> Another user on this list was also having trouble compiling a 2.4.23
> kernel which needed an initrd and thus the cramfs patch. I tried
> for this patch but i haven't found where it resides.
> I looked using google and checked the /usr/share/doc/kernel-source dir
> didn't find anything useful.
> So there are some possibilities:
> 1. Either this info just isn't there because you don't need cramfs
> for an initrd
> 2. The info is missing but you need the cramfs patch
> 3. I'm blind or don't know how to look for info :)
For patches and modifications applied to a kernel source, DL and unpack
the source and read
Yes, i checked that already. Only 2 lines about cramfs but no link
to where one can download the path.