Latest Open Source contributions: ltrace, strace, apt-cacher

Hi all,

After a long period without posts, I’m back to activity🙂 Here goes my latest contributions to Open Source projects (mostly as part of my work at INdT):

strace ARM fix: link to post

ltrace fixes:

#450931
#176413
#462530
#462531
#462532
#462533
#462535

apt-cacher “multiple mirrors” bug: #462948

That’s it for now. Expect more patches to come!

Update (2008-03-08): all my ltrace patches were accepted into Debian and applied as of version 0.5-3.1. Of course, it still needs to be applied upstream, but hey, thats good news!

About lizardo

My hobby: figure out how systems are expected to work; induce them to work unexpectedly; and responsibly disclose.
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2 Responses to Latest Open Source contributions: ltrace, strace, apt-cacher

  1. szazharminchet says:

    Hi!

    Are your old projects, like sendymail still active?
    I have left a bug report on the project page of sendymail on sourceforge, but you did not seem to have noticed it.

    Many thanks, 137

  2. Shanmukh says:

    Hi how to trace forked process recursively using ptrace. Can you help me please!!! I am able to trace system calls, but system calls which were called by forked process is not possible for me. The idea behind trapping system calls is to get all the parameters which are passed to trapped system calls…

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