[tproxy] Patch errors on vanilla kernels?

KOVACS Krisztian hidden@balabit.hu
Thu, 22 Apr 2004 18:36:57 +0200


On Wed, 2004-04-21 at 00:33, David wrote: 
> Applying the patches on my system fails. I've tried several different
> versions:
> cttproxy-2.4.25-1.2.0 on a vanilla Linux 2.4.25 kernel
> cttproxy-2.4.25-1.9.3 on a vanilla Linux 2.4.25 kernel
> cttproxy-2.6.3-1.9.2 on a vanilla Linux 2.6.3 kernel
> cttproxy-2.6.5-1.9.3 on a vanilla Linux 2.6.3 kernel
> All patches fail. The best option is cttproxy-2.4.25-1.2.0, which only
> generates one error, that may possibly be fixed by hand (ip_contrack.h).
> The worst option is cttproxy-2.6.5-1.9.3, which generates dozens of
> errors.
> Do you use pre-patched (red hat, suse) kernels or something? I don't know
> what else could have caused these problems. Does anyone know this problem?

  The 1.2.0 version should apply without problems, vanilla Linux kernels
are used for generating the patch. 1.9.3 needs Jozsef Kadlecsik's TCP
window tracking patch for the nat-delete patch.

   Krisztian KOVACS