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[PATCH] Audit Compilation on QEMU/Debian Squeeze



The current version of audit has issues compiling (Debian Squeeze --
http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads). The compiler complains about
being unable to find SYS_RECVMMSG. The following patch solves this
issue by removing potential problematic system calls from being
compiled in when using the WITH_ARMEB directive. The patch was made
against the latest stable release (audit 2.2.1) and tested under QEMU
ARM with Debian Squeeze 6.0.

Signed-off by: Nathaniel Husted <nhusted gmail com>

diff -rpuN audit-2.2.1/auparse/socktab.h audit-2.2.1-patched/auparse/socktab.h
--- audit-2.2.1/auparse/socktab.h	2012-03-23 08:42:42.000000000 -0400
+++ audit-2.2.1-patched/auparse/socktab.h	2012-06-15 16:13:12.470054242 -0400
@@ -39,6 +39,8 @@ _S(SYS_GETSOCKOPT,	"getsockopt"	)
 _S(SYS_SENDMSG,		"sendmsg"	)
 _S(SYS_RECVMSG,		"recvmsg"	)
 _S(SYS_ACCEPT4,		"accept4"	)
+#ifndef WITH_ARMEB
 _S(SYS_RECVMMSG,	"recvmmsg"	)
 _S(20,			"sendmmsg"	)
+#endif

diff -rpuN audit-2.2.1/src/ausearch-lookup.c
audit-2.2.1-patched/src/ausearch-lookup.c
--- audit-2.2.1/src/ausearch-lookup.c	2012-03-23 08:42:41.000000000 -0400
+++ audit-2.2.1-patched/src/ausearch-lookup.c	2012-06-15
16:12:41.839801930 -0400
@@ -116,7 +116,9 @@ static struct nv_pair socktab[] = {
 	{SYS_SENDMSG, "sendmsg"},
 	{SYS_RECVMSG, "recvmsg"},
 	{SYS_ACCEPT4, "accept4"},
+	#ifndef WITH_ARMEB
 	{SYS_RECVMMSG, "recvmmsg"},
+	#endif
 	{20, "sendmmsg"}
 };
 #define SOCK_NAMES (sizeof(socktab)/sizeof(socktab[0]))


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