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comment Why does boot fail with my custom kernel at the mknod step?
yes, ok, I built my new kernel with CONFIG_DEVTMPFS_MOUNT=y but nothing was changed. If u need of my .config let me know.
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comment Why does boot fail with my custom kernel at the mknod step?
hi, well I have tmpfs built, but neither devtmpfs nor initramfs. The first does not exist in kernel menu and the second I don't want to build into the kernel
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5 or 6 years ago I was been infected. It's a fact. The hash of any file can't change within few seconds. There are not any upgrade during the load of driver. If I load the infected driver the 2 sites become down. That's not normal. The t0rnkit save the md5 hash of the original file and then show that hash when u check the md5 of infected one. Sorry but I don't understand how u can say that it's normal that the hash sign of a file can change without a reason.
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I changed router.. it's a standard router from my provider.. this one it's new.... and ofcourse I changed passwords.. but hey I am not so stupid to have some services running.. not even sshd.
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Sorry I know my english is very bad, but I don't think I have written I restored from backup.. and also.. I formatted.. and after 6 years I changed pc 3 times..
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@Gilles, could be possible reopen this question ?
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