Date: Thu, 19 May 2011 11:45:14 +0300 From: Georgi Geshev <root@...k-labs.exploits-bg.com> To: owl-dev@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Owl test builds -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Hello Solar, On 5/19/2011 7:38 AM, Solar Designer wrote: > Georgi, > > I've just setup the promised OpenVZ container for your test builds (sent > the details to you off-list). > > I suggest that you do your builds in two chroots, /owl32 and /owl64, > which you'll need to create. Of course, I could create two OpenVZ > containers instead, but I think it's nice for you to have a clean system > and to experiment in chroots, which you can easily re-create on your own > (and you can also create more than two if needed). > > I suggest that you do something like: > > su - build > lftp http://mirrors.kernel.org > cd /openwall/Owl/current > get native.tar.gz > cd x86_64 > mirror RPMS > exit # from lftp > tar xzf native.tar.gz > exit # from su > mkdir /owl > cd ~build > make installworld # installs 64-bit Owl userland under /owl > mv /owl /owl64 > > Then maybe: > > useradd -m build32 > su - build32 > ...download for i686... > cp native/Owl/build/installworld.conf . > vi installworld.conf # edit HOME and ROOT > ... > mkdir /owl32 > cd ~build > setarch i686 make installworld # installs 32-bit Owl userland under /owl32 > > Of course, it's preferable to check signatures on stuff you download, as > described here: http://openwall.info/wiki/Owl/upgrade > > However, since this is for test builds only, which we're not going to > use directly (instead, we'd review and commit the resulting patches, > then do clean builds elsewhere), security of this setup is not terribly > important. This is why I don't insist on you being more careful. > > For the actual test builds, you'd use: > > chroot /owl64 > su - build > ...download stuff again (or copy from outside of chroot)... > make buildworld > > and: > > setarch i686 chroot /owl32 > ...ditto... > > Please let me know if you have any questions or run into any issues. > For general Owl usage/build issues, please post in here. For issues > specific to this server setup (e.g., connectivity), e-mail me off-list. > > Thanks, > > Alexander > Thank you so much for all the detailed explanations. Regards, Georgi -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.11 (MingW32) iQEcBAEBAgAGBQJN1NiYAAoJECp4GRJNSNT5GBIH/0+DpD2fJIRpASst7jSaAVpJ kgPu/bAp7bPPn7zexabZmmIGGxuHv+ZEY4tCPth3uSA8weytmfzpnx2Hbxn2l+dn 5U5e76oaFDNFS5/mkOLKxOPVHi7sAsx2uYHh0cAW00c77FjEtCGHJodCdDMwotZC qh1C4SA05Md5ZaStZFxVCgls+AxMpiu4nVIjli6AOL8MvIN1nji+0/ZuG1Q6T5OE 83ggi1KcsKXjONNCEwsMBYM8CxSnpR+w+zxStzfr8jubr6i8/HHgW/jHP+vyDnvC ZzRpK+bhpcoccUPS+U4XOX1+fDAwA8PXJujChsig4KGRzdonaXDalF/6ZCeQ6Nc= =IRX+ -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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