#18 support for AMD64

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2007-01-15
2007-01-15
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On the amd64 machines (running Debian Linux 4.0, etch), rkhunter complaints about not fully supported OS (all MD5 checks will be skipped), even if libmd5 is properly installed. ALl other checks are performed. On the i386 machines running the same version of Debian Linux, everything works well. Can we have also support for 64-bit architectures ?

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  • Tomas Davidek

    Tomas Davidek - 2007-01-15

    initial part of strace rkhunter -c

     
  • unSpawn

    unSpawn - 2007-01-15

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    Thanks for showing your support for Rootkit Hunter (RKH).
    However:
    - RKH does not have "libmd5" as dependency (the tools it use may, but I never came across that one lib).
    - RKH is not a binary application so we need the rkhunter.log.
    - If debugging info is needed we would like output from "sh -x /path/to/rkhunter --flags-you-use > /path/to/logfile 2>&1".

    Since it works on IA386/Etch I suppose it's something to do with the releasefile. While we're moving fast towards a new release in which all of this won't be happening anymore, for the time being I'll still like to have a look. Please attach the "/etc/debian_version" and rkhunter.log from an AMD64 machine.
    Thanks in advance.

    Cheers, unSpawn

     
  • unSpawn

    unSpawn - 2007-01-15
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  • Tomas Davidek

    Tomas Davidek - 2007-01-15

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    Ok, here are the requested files.
    File Added: rkhunter.log

     
  • Tomas Davidek

    Tomas Davidek - 2007-01-15

    rkhunter.log

     
  • Tomas Davidek

    Tomas Davidek - 2007-01-15

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    Sorry, I cannot attach /etc/debian_version (upload system complaints that files must be > 20 B), its content is just:
    4.0
    (length is only 4 B)

     
  • unSpawn

    unSpawn - 2007-01-15
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  • unSpawn

    unSpawn - 2007-01-15

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    > Info: Full OS name = Debian 4.0 (x86_64)
    Ah, OK, I see (wasn't thinking clearly I guess). See the FAQ for running "hashupd". Running hashupd will add an entry "Debian 4.0 (x86_64)" to your os.dat and the local hashes to defaulthashes.dat.

    Cheers, unSpawn

     

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