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non port: head/security/ossec-hids-server/files/patch-src__init__ossec-local.sh
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Number of commits found: 2

Wed, 16 Jan 2013
[ 16:01 glarkin ] Original commit   Revision:310500
310500 GIDs
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310500 security/ossec-hids-client/Makefile
310500 security/ossec-hids-client/pkg-plist.client
310500 security/ossec-hids-local/Makefile
310500 security/ossec-hids-server/Makefile
310500 security/ossec-hids-server/distinfo
310500 security/ossec-hids-server/files/extra-patch-src__os_csyslogd__csyslogd.c
310500 security/ossec-hids-server/files/patch-src__InstallServer.sh
310500 security/ossec-hids-server/files/patch-src__init__ossec-local.sh

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- Updated to 2.7 (ChangeLog: http://www.ossec.net/?p=577)
- Trimmed Makefile headers
- Removed patches incorporated into upstream
- Added conditional patch for compilation on 7.x, early 8.x systems
- Fixed QAT-reported plist problems
- Added new users and group for use with daemons

Requested by:	various users (via private email)
Wed, 23 Nov 2011
[ 22:26 glarkin ] Original commit 
1.17 security/ossec-hids-server/Makefile
1.4 security/ossec-hids-server/files/ossec-hids.in
1.1 security/ossec-hids-server/files/patch-src__init__ossec-local.sh
- Applied the startup script patch from PR ports/161524 to the local
  installation type [1]
- Streamlined the rc.d file to use fewer functions
- Added a precmd to the rc.d file to ensure the proper ownership on
  some queue files. OSSEC daemons don't properly chown them upon creation.
- Bumped PORTREVISION

Reported by:    Albert Gabas <agabas@astabis.com> (via email) [1]
Feature safe:   yes

Number of commits found: 2

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