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Mon, 29 May 2000
[ 03:27:45 steve ]  
tripwire security files touched by this commit Is Interactive File system security and verification program
- Fix some of the compiler warnings (see patches/patch-warnings)   - Fix the
Makefiles to obey the CC and CFLAGS settings   - Fix patches/patch-ab to be
PREFIX/LOCALBASE safe   - Fix the post-install to not compress the gunzip and
tripwire executables     that go onto a floppy -- there is no support for the
gzip-ed ELF binaries     at all, and even for the older AOUT ones such support
was optional   - Replaces the /kernel with `sysctl -n kern.bootfile` in the
tw.conf as the     tw.conf.freebsd2 is copied into the right place.   - Replace
the use of mktemp(3) with tmpfile(3) (see patches/patch-mktemp).     This also
caused a removal of a few buffers (of size MAXPATHLEN+256) and     quite a few
strcpy and sprintf invocations.    

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