Following the intrusion on kernel.org I reverified my system
with chkrootkit and it moans like this:
Searching for Suckit rootkit... Warning: /sbin/init INFECTED
SuckIT rootkit? Don't think so, because after
yum reinstall systemd, chkrootkit still reports it.
This is on x86_64
I don't know where to report this false positive, shall it
be sent to chkrootkit?
Anybody knows what to do with this?
Or have I been owned after all :-P
I'm trying to package moonlight for possible inclusion at RPM Fusion
but I'm having some issues.
1. pkg-config problem:
I'm currently working on version 2.4.1 moonlight since it's the latest
stable. It apparently is supposed to work with mono 2.6 but 2.10 is
what F15 has, hopefully 2.6 is only a minimum.
I've already had to hack the main Makefile because of what I think is a
pkg-config issue with mono.
By default, the moonlight Makefile uses:
$ pkg-config --cflags mono
which returns nothing, while:
$ pkg-config --cflags mono-2
^ returns what I need. ^
2. After that I'm getting most of the way though the compile but it's
failing looking for Mono.Cecil.dll. It's looking for it in a rather
strange place so I may have to hack the Makefile a bit to get it to
find it in the right place.
Here's the error I'm getting:
make: Entering directory
make: *** No rule to make target
`/usr/bin/class/lib/net_1_1/Mono.Cecil.dll', needed by
I don't have a problem hacking the makefile to look in the right place
except the file (assuming I found the right one) is in an odd
$ locate Mono.Cecil.dll
I can manually put that in the makefile but it seems that location is
likely to change on an update of mono...