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May 24, 2006, 5:25 am
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Re: Add patch for string
Yes, you do need to patch to use the STRING match. AFAIK, no distro
includes it by default. Be darn sure STRING is the only way because
it is a bitch to figure out a match that will work without shooting
yourself in the foot.
NOTE: The string to match may not contain any white space. Don't
know for sure, but it likely it cannot contain a hyphen either.
Everything else is a literal, so don't put the string inside " or '.
The instructions in the POM are thorough enough that you should be
able to follow them, but an overview is:
Pur kernel source and .config in
ln -s /usr/src/linux-VERSION /usr/src/linux
Make sure .config matches your running kernel!
Put iptables source in
ln -s /usr/src/iptables-VERSION /usr/src/iptables
Download (it is not easy to find) a POM that contains STRING. Extract
it into /usr/src
That's all the help you're going to get from me <smile>.
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