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This patch conflicts with the LSM patch, they both change the same things so the patches can't both apply.
Furthermore, 2.4.2x versions of this patch will not apply to Debian kernels 2.4.20 and above. You will have to use vanilla kernel sources to apply this patch. Reasons are documented in README.2.4.2x contained within the package.
This package contains a kernel patch, which was packaged using dh-kpatches 0.99.36. Here is a generic description the behaviour of such patches. For generic instructions on using those patches, see make-kpkg(8), its --added-patches option, and its PATCH_THE_KERNEL environment variable. - its application will by default only be attempted if the declared kernel version for the patch matches the c more»
linux-patch-grsecurity2 for Debian ----------------------------------- The grsecurity2 2.4.x and newer 2.6.y patches will *not* apply to Debian kernels. If you want to build a grsecurity-enabled kernel, you should use a vanilla kernel source tree from one of the kernel.org mirrors. This is not my fault. Initially, Debian kernels would differ from vanilla kernels mainly because of some things th more»
linux-patch-grsecurity2 for Debian ----------------------------------- This patch provides extra security via several methods. It adds a robust ACL system, extensive auditing capabilities and measures to stop the most common ways of exploiting a system. To apply automatically, set PATCH_THE_KERNEL=YES before first running of make-kpkg (from package: kernel-package) and "make-kpkg clean" to remov more»
linux-patch-grsecurity2 (2.1.12+126.96.36.199-200809012141-1) unstable; urgency=low * New (test) upstr more»
This package is Debianised by Laszlo 'GCS' Boszormenyi <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Sat, 17 Apr 2004 20:41:39 +00 more»