Muli Ben-Yehuda's journal

February 4, 2004

syscalltrack and s[yi]n promotions

Filed under: Uncategorized — Muli Ben-Yehuda @ 12:09 AM

Amir S. has been busy hacking on syscalltrack, including porting it to all of FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD. Awesome! He wants to make a new test release tomorrow (a year to the day since our last release). Watch this space…

I added a couple of syndicated feeds to livejournal in the last few days. The first is planetdebian, the collection of blogs of Debian developers, users and hangers-on (that would be me). The second is sikritinfo, the blog of Itamar Shtull-Trauring. Enjoy!

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5 Comments »

  1. wow.. I think it’s a little much when there’s a syndication of a syndication of a syndication.

    Comment by compwiz — February 3, 2004 @ 2:38 PM | Reply

    • I think I have to go blog about this.

      Comment by brad — February 3, 2004 @ 3:05 PM | Reply

      • haha. “god that was good. I think I need to go blog now.”

        Comment by compwiz — February 3, 2004 @ 3:07 PM

  2. System Call Hacking
    You might want to take a look at the following project, which uses system call hacking in the kernel as well, but for a much more limited idea (file issues), yet it might give you ideas as they are porting it to 2.6 kernels now, etc…
    the project is called dazuko, and is located at:
    http://www.dazuko.org/

    Comment by Anonymous — February 7, 2004 @ 11:45 AM | Reply

    • Re: System Call Hacking
      Thanks, I am familiar with it. On 2.4 with non exported sys_call_table, it does run-time memory patching, IIRC. On 2.6 it uses LSM, again, IIRC. Neither are acceptable for syscalltrack, as far as I’m concerned, albeit for different reasons.

      Comment by mulix — February 7, 2004 @ 11:57 AM | Reply


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