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You need to change oldstable to lenny. If you look into the http-repository, there is no folder oldstable. Hence the 404. http://archive.debian.org/debian/dists/oldstable (404) http://archive.debian.org/debian/dists/lenny (200) If you do not know why you have certain things in your sources list (archive/oldstable), I recommend to use this list: deb ...


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I've recompiled the glibc-2.7 sources for Debian Lenny including the CVE-2015-0235 patch of Debian Squeeze LTS. As it takes quite some time to compile these packages you may grab a copy via https://flo.sh/debian-lenny-cve-2015-0235-glibc-patch/ Vulnerability check looks ok, now: [00:15:26] root@[...]: /usr/src/ghost> ./ghost not vulnerable Thank you guys ...


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I was waiting to see if someone would package a lenny glibc .deb like a guy from linux.it did for shell shock. Finally, I did it myself and managed to apply the original patch from pastebin.com mentioned previously width -l option to patch. We have also old debian sarge still running, and the same patch could be applied to glibc-2.3.2 with little ...


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You can also use the eglibc patch from Squeeze LTS to build patched Lenny packages: http://sources.debian.net/data/main/e/eglibc/2.11.3-4+deb6u4/debian/patches/any/cvs-gethostbyname.diff Put it in glibc-2.7/debian/patches/any and add it to the end of the glibc-2.7/debian/patches/series file. Now build the packages, upgrade your system with them and test ...


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Note, that you must have a source repository set-up in your /etc/apt/sources.list : deb http://archive.debian.org/debian/ lenny main contrib non-free deb-src http://archive.debian.org/debian/ lenny main contrib non-free


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Install devscripts Get the patch for lenny from http://pastebin.com/Hhsut197 (based on the official glibc patch, removed ChangeLog, NEWS stuff, adapted Makefile for lenny, removed patch #2 for getXXbyYY_r.c) Run: apt-get update && apt-get source libc6; apt-get build-dep libc6 Copy your patch in glibc-2.7/debian/patches/all Add the patch name in ...


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You have to remember that 1 megabyte per second transfer speed is much different than 1 megabit per second transfers. 150 megabits per second is about 18 megabytes per second but that is if you are actually getting the whole 150 megabits per second in the first place. This speed isnt bad for wireless. Step up to a 300mbps router and you may see 2-4 Mb/sec.



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