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stable on ppc64
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1 # ChangeLog for sys-apps/paxctl
2 # Copyright 2000-2005 Gentoo Foundation; Distributed under the GPL v2
3 # $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo-x86/sys-apps/paxctl/ChangeLog,v 1.13 2005/10/18 18:09:00 gustavoz Exp $
4
5 03 Dec 2005; Tom Gall <tgall@gentoo.org> paxctl-0.3.ebuild:
6 stable on ppc64
7
8 18 Oct 2005; Gustavo Zacarias <gustavoz@gentoo.org> paxctl-0.3.ebuild:
9 Stable on sparc
10
11 23 Aug 2005; Aron Griffis <agriffis@gentoo.org> paxctl-0.3.ebuild:
12 stable on ia64
13
14 *paxctl-0.3-r1 (13 Jun 2005)
15
16 13 Jun 2005; Kevin F. Quinn <kevquinn@gentoo.org>
17 +files/paxctl-0.3-error-codes.patch, +paxctl-0.3-r1.ebuild:
18 - return EXIT_FAILURE when paxctl fails to do as requested
19
20 10 Jun 2005; <solar@gentoo.org> paxctl-0.3.ebuild:
21 - stable on x86/ppc/amd64
22
23 *paxctl-0.3 (03 May 2005)
24
25 03 May 2005; <solar@gentoo.org> +paxctl-0.3.ebuild:
26 - new paxctl release. new version includes ability to reuse/rename existing
27 unneeded program header into PT_PAX_FLAGS
28
29 01 Apr 2005; Aron Griffis <agriffis@gentoo.org> paxctl-0.2.ebuild:
30 stable on ia64
31
32 17 Mar 2005; Daniel Ostrow <dostrow@gentoo.org> paxctl-0.2.ebuild:
33 ~ppc64 for testing
34
35 22 Jul 2004; <solar@gentoo.org> paxctl-0.2.ebuild:
36 marked paxctl stable on x86 now that min-version binutils is in stable
37
38 21 Jul 2004; Travis Tilley <lv@gentoo.org> paxctl-0.2.ebuild:
39 stable on amd64
40
41 30 Jun 2004; Aron Griffis <agriffis@gentoo.org> paxctl-0.2.ebuild:
42 sync IUSE (missing), glibc -> libc
43
44 *paxctl-0.2 (18 Feb 2004)
45
46 18 Feb 2004; <solar@gentoo.org> :
47 This is paxctl for controlling PaX flags on a per binary basis. PaX
48 is an intrusion prevention system that provides the best protection
49 mechanisms against memory corruption bugs. Some applications are not
50 compatible with certain features (due to design or bad engineering)
51 and therefore they have to be exempted from certain enforcements. It
52 is also possible to use PaX in soft mode where none of the protection
53 mechanisms are active by default - here paxctl can be used to turn
54 them on for selected programs (e.g., network daemons, programs that
55 process network data such as mail clients, web browsers, etc).
56
57 PaX and paxctl work on ELF executables, both of the standard ET_EXEC
58 and the newer ET_DYN kind (older PaX releases referred to the latter
59 as ET_DYN executables, these days they are called Position Independent
60 Executables or PIEs for short).

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