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Re: Linux audit for Debian



Hi all,

I managed to build the syscall auditing tool on my Debian system.

Basically I downloded the glibc-kernheaders-3.0-5.2.i386.rpm from ftp://rpmfind.net/linux/fedora/core/development/i386/Fedora/RPMS/glibc-kernheaders-3.0-5.2.i386.rpm and I converted it to tgz format as:

# alien -t glibc-kernheaders-3.0-5.2.i386.rpm

Afterwards the glibc-kernheaders-3.0.tgz is generated in your current directory.

You can extract it in your current directory as:

# tar xzvf glibc-kernheaders-3.0.tgz

the extracted files are located in ./usr/include/ (under you current directory).  There are 3 directories under ./usr/include, so copy them manually to /usr/local/include/ (system directory).

Assuming you are under the directory you extracted the tgz file, do something like:

cp -r usr/include/* /usr/local/include (Do not confuse with your system /usr/include)

Now the 'make' can be done normally.

BR,

Mauricio Lin.

On 2/21/06, Steve Grubb <sgrubb redhat com> wrote:
On Tuesday 21 February 2006 17:19, Mauricio Lin wrote:
> BTW, Is there any restriction about the version of kernel headers?

Usually the kernel headers that user space uses are "sanitized" kernel headers
and not the kernel's copy. For us, they are in the glibc-kernheaders package.
I do not know how Debian does it...maybe someone else can help you.

-Steve


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