Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 15:04:36 +0100 From: Xavier Sheperd <xavier.sheperd@....com> To: lkrg-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: LKRG Debian jessie Hi Adam, On Mon, Feb 05, 2018 at 11:50:58PM +0100, Adam Zabrocki wrote: > >Debian is using very stripped kernel any a lot of functionality is not exposed >even to the kernel modules (like LKRG is). Their kernel is pretty hard to work >on but it is possible to customize LKRG and force it to run. > > Debian 9(Linux 4.9.65-3+deb9u1) seems to be different. LKRG experimental compiles and runs without any "tweaks". > >Some of the notifiers are being removed from the kernel (or at least symbols) >by custom distro patches but without changing the #ifdef definitions. One of >the example could be not exposing SELinux variables but still keeping #ifdef >SELINUX not-touched. This is what heppend in you case. Same might happend to >the USB notifiers and you did a correct work to 'mask' them. > >It looks like you're using experimental branch and as branch name says it's >'experimental' so please take this into account ;-) Some of the recent "main" >branch changes I didn't have time to backport into "experimental" branch yet. >But this is in my TODO list. Noted. :-) On Ubuntu (12.04, 14.04, 16.04) everything works as described in the docs. Thank you for taking the time to write them btw. I also tried CentOS (6 and 7) but they seem to be quite different. I can provide details if needed. > > >Please find out the hacky patch in attachment and apply it on the top of your >changes. > The patch works on Debian 8 indeed. Thank you for your help. Best regards, Xavier
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