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cryptoloop



The last rawhide kernel seems to use the new cryptoapi :
http://cvs.kerneli.org/cryptoapi2-core/

Unlike the RH9 kernel, the last rawhide kernel lack of cryptoloop
support (or i miss something).

I build kernel and util-linux packages with cryptoloop support. The
difficulty is to find the right patch :-(

rebuild kernel package is require because cryptoloop needs a new loop
module witch conflict with the redhat loop module.

http://feliciano.matias.free.fr/cryptoloop_rawhide/ (currently down)

or
http://fmatias.dyndns.org/~f.matias/cryptoloop_rawhide/ (my home
computer with a few bandwidth ).

Notice that you may need "--phash rmd160old" (or "phash=rmd160old" in
/etc/fstab) to access old crypted content.

WARNING : I am not a hacker !



With mozilla and epiphany from rawhide, this page is broken :
http://fmatias.dyndns.org/manual/index.html

I run RedHat Linux Rawhide with default httpd.conf.
This is the only customisation i have 
/etc/httpd/conf.d/userdir_f.matias.conf :
---------------------------
<IfModule mod_userdir.c>
    UserDir enabled f.matias
    UserDir public_html
 <Directory "/home/f.matias/public_html">
    Options Indexes SymLinksIfOwnerMatch MultiViews
    AllowOverride AuthConfig Limit Indexes
</Directory>
</IfModule>
---------------------------

It's a mozilla or apache bug ?

-- 
Féliciano Matias <feliciano matias free fr>

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