[rsbac] undefined symbol: __guard

Czakó Krisztián slapic at linux.co.hu
Tue Jul 29 17:15:09 MEST 2003

2003-07-29, k keltez=C3=A9ssel 14:47-kor Peter Busser ezt =C3=ADrta:
> Hi!
> > Does anyone have a full list of applied kernel patches in Adamantix
> > kernel?
> RSBAC v1.2.2-pre6 (I think)
> PaX
> FreeS/WAN 1.99-6 (the one from Debian unstable)
> PID and IP randomisation patch (by Van Heusden, but with a larger entro=
py pool)
> Host_AP patch (Orinoco Host-AP driver)
> Transparent Proxy patch (for the Zorp application firewall package, not=
 for SMP)
> A driver for the Gericom Webboy battery
> A few fixes, like the ptrace() bug and some others
> The changes made by the Debian kernel maintainer
> (the kernel-source packages also contains XFS, but not every kernel-ima=
> version compiled with this patch)
> Maybe I left out one or two, but they should be listed in the kernel-so=
> changelog. As soon as .22 comes out, a new kernel-image package will be
> released (with updated patches and such).
> BTW, the Adamantix kernel-image kernels are also compiled using the Sta=
> Smashing Protector.
> > Anyway, what does this mean:
> > so at firewall:~$ auth_set_cap FILE add /usr/sbin/postsuper 100
> Is it a file or a symlink?
firewall:~# file /usr/sbin/postsuper
/usr/sbin/postsuper: ELF 32-bit LSB shared object, Intel 80386, version
1 (SYSV), not stripped

Postfix installed from Adamantix stable.
ii  rsbac-admin    1.2.2-9        as: Rule Set Based Access Control
Also from Adamantix, but unstable.

The kernel is the vanilla kernel 2.4.21 + rsbac 1.2.2 final + cttproxy
(zorp) + debian patches + pax (applied in this order).

Amon wrote:
> This error should in this case only be returned, if AUTH has not been
> added,=20
> or if the tools are from or compiled against an older version. Could
> you=20
> please recheck the tool compilation and installation?=20

As you see, the tools from Adamantix, which I think compiled against
1.2.2-pre6 as Peter wrote.
The kernel is compiled with rsbac 1.2.2 final and on a standard Debian
woody with the standard Debian gcc.

I've recompiled rsbac-admin-1.2.2 on the same Debian where I compiled
the kernel. It works now. I'll compile the kernel and rsbac-admin on an
Adamantix installation and check again.


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