Patches for stuff that doesn't fit elsewhere.
(See openntpd/patches/ for various patches to OpenNTPD.
Add support for Linux PPPoE interfaces to tcptraceroute-1.4. Requires libpcap-0.7.1 or greater to work.
Add autoconf support to tcptraceroute-1.4. To use, apply this patch then run
make -f Makefile.in distprep or
autoreconf , then
BusyBox is a multi-call binary suitable for use in embedded systems.
busybox-0.60.5-tftpbcast.patch. This patch (optionally) enables the use of broadcast addresses with busybox's tftp client applet via a "-c" option.
Dropbear is a small SSH2 server written by Matt Johnston.
dropbear-0.40pre1-hpux.patch. This patch make is work on HP-UX (tested 11.00) and fixes (what I think is) a bug in the prngd interface. The patch will also apply to the current stable version (0.39) with some fuzz.
resetpwtime.c Reset an account's
password change time on HP-UX.
iscomsec.c Show whether or not a system is in Trusted Mode (aka Commercial Security).
tcc-0.9.20-link-order.patch Make tcc library searches behave like gcc
pam-test-harness.c: a heavily-instrumented PAM test application, intended to help debug PAM/sshd problems and study the behaviour of PAM on various platforms. It also seems to be useful for testing and debugging while developing PAM modules.
You can control most aspects of the authentication, including not setting the various options (the PAM service name, PAM_TTY, PAM_RHOST, PAM_USER) and skipping the pam_authenticate call (this is common in sshd for non- password authentications, but can confuse some modules).
Here is a complete example of it in action, authenticating the user "testuser" via the sshd stack:
# ./pam-test-harness -? usage: pam-test-harness [-?ahrt] [-s servicename] [-u user] -a: Skip pam_authenticate -h: Don't define PAM_RHOST -r: Don't define PAM_RUSER -t: Don't define PAM_TTY # ./pam-test-harness -u testuser -s sshd $Id: pam-test-harness.c,v 1.5 2004/05/30 14:27:42 dtucker Exp pam_start(sshd, testuser, ...) = 0 (Success) pam_set_item(pamh, PAM_TTY, /dev/pts/7) = 0 (Success) pam_set_item(pamh, PAM_RHOST, gate) = 0 (Success) pam_set_item(pamh, PAM_RUSER, dtucker) = 0 (Success) pam_authenticate(pamh, 0) conversation called with 1 messages PROMPT_ECHO_OFF: Password: mypassword = 0 (Success) pam_acct_mgmt(pamh, 0) conversation called with 1 messages TEXT_INFO: Warning: your password will expire in 13 days = 0 (Success) pam_open_session(pamh, 0) conversation called with 1 messages TEXT_INFO: This is motd conversation called with 1 messages TEXT_INFO: Last login: Mon May 31 00:41:29 2004 from gate on pts/7 conversation called with 1 messages TEXT_INFO: You have old mail in /var/mail/testuser. = 0 (Success) pam_setcred(pamh, 0) = 25 (Please ignore underlying account module) pam_get_item(pamh, PAM_USER, ...) = 0 (Success) PAM_USER = testuser (unchanged) Standard environment variables PAM environment variables MAIL=/var/mail/testuser uid 0 euid 0 gid 0 egid 0 pam_end(pamh, 0) = 0 (Success)
pam_echo.c: FreeBSD's pam_echo ported to LinuxPAM. Can optionally send multiple PAM_TEXT_INFO messages (useful for testing PAM applications).
pam_faildelay.c: Allow an admin to change the setting of LinuxPAM's pam_fail_delay from the PAM configuration file, possibly on a per-application basis.
Make top 3.5 build on AIX with gcc.
Make GCC 3.4.x build on AIX 4.2.1
A small C program to set the time and cleaning schedule on a Roomba 530 (and possibly other models) via a serial cable. Alpha quality at best since I stopped working on it once my roombas were programmed for scheduled cleaning.
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