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Revision 1.2, Sun Nov 24 20:16:55 2019 UTC (8 months, 2 weeks ago) by spz
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2020Q2-base, pkgsrc-2020Q2, pkgsrc-2020Q1-base, pkgsrc-2020Q1, pkgsrc-2019Q4-base, pkgsrc-2019Q4, HEAD
Changes since 1.1: +16 -10 lines

Update xymon and xymonclient to version 4.3.29.
Add patches to xymon from the xymon code repository to fix compatibility
issues in 4.3.29.

Upstream changelog:

   Changes for 4.3.29
   ==================

   Several buffer overflow security issues have been resolved, as well as
   a potential XSS attack on certain CGI interfaces. Although the ability
   to exploit is limited, all users are urged to upgrade.
   The assigned CVE numbers are:

     CVE-2019-13451, CVE-2019-13452, CVE-2019-13455, CVE-2019-13473,
     CVE-2019-13474, CVE-2019-13484, CVE-2019-13485, CVE-2019-13486

   In addition, revisions have been made to a number of places throughout
   the code to convert the most common sprintf statements to snprintf for
   safer processing, which should reduce the impact of similar parsing.
   Additional work on this will continue in the future.

   The affected CGIs are:

   	history.c (overflow of histlogfn) = CVE-2019-13451
   	reportlog.c (overflow of histlogfn) = CVE-2019-13452
   	csvinfo.c (overflow of dbfn) = CVE-2019-13273
   	csvinfo.c (reflected XSS) = CVE-2019-13274
   	acknowledge.c (overflow of msgline) = CVE-2019-13455

   	appfeed.c (overflow of errtxt) = CVE-2019-13484
   	history.c (overflow of selfurl) = CVE-2019-13485
   	svcstatus.c (overflow of errtxt) = CVE-2019-13486

   We would like to thank the University of Cambridge Computer Security
   Incident Response Team for their assistance in reporting and helping
   resolve these issues.




   Additional Changes:

   On Linux, a few additional tmpfs volumes are ignored by default
   on new (or unmodified) installs. This includes /run/user/<uid>,
   which is a transient, per-session tmpfs on some systems. To re-
   enable monitoring for this (if you are running services under
   a user with a login session), you may need to edit the analysis.cfg(5)
   file.

   After upgrade, these partitions will no longer be alerted on or
   tracked, and their associated RRD files may also be removed:

    /run/user/<uid> (but NOT /run)
    /dev (but NOT /dev/shm)
    /sys/fs/cgroup
    /lib/init/rw


   The default hard limit for an incoming message has been raised from
   10MB to 64MB

   The secure apache config snippet no longer requires a xymongroups file
   to be present (and module loaded), since it's not used by default. This
   will not affect existing installs.

   A --no-cpu-listing option has been added to xymond_client to suppress the
   'top' output in cpu test status messages.

   The conversation used in SMTP checks has been adjusted to perform a proper
   "EHLO" greeting against servers, using the host string 'xymonnet'. If the
   string needs to be adjusted, however, see protocols.cfg(5)

   "Actual" memory usage (as a percentage) may be >100% on some platforms
   in certain situations. This alone will not be tagged as "invalid" data
   and should be graphed in RRD.

$NetBSD: patch-build_Makefile.Linux,v 1.2 2019/11/24 20:16:55 spz Exp $

--- build/Makefile.Linux.orig	2019-03-11 23:17:41.000000000 +0000
+++ build/Makefile.Linux
@@ -5,13 +5,17 @@ OSDEF = -DLINUX
 # NETLIBS: Use replacement rpc
 NETLIBS = -ltirpc
 
+# pkgsrcification
+PKGDIR ?= /usr/pkg
+PKGDEF = -I${PKGDIR}/include -L${PKGDIR}/lib -Wl,--rpath=${PKGDIR}/lib
+
 # Compile flags for normal build
 CC = gcc
 GCCVER := $(shell test 0`gcc -dumpversion|cut -d. -f1` -ge 4 && echo yes)
 ifeq ($(GCCVER),yes)
-   CFLAGS = -g -O2 -Wall -Wno-unused -I/usr/include/tirpc -Wno-pointer-sign -D_REENTRANT $(LFSDEF) $(OSDEF)
+   CFLAGS += -g -O2 -Wall -Wno-unused -I/usr/include/tirpc -Wno-pointer-sign -D_REENTRANT $(LFSDEF) $(OSDEF) $(PKGDEF)
 else
-   CFLAGS = -g -O2 -Wall -Wno-unused -I/usr/include/tirpc -D_REENTRANT $(LFSDEF) $(OSDEF)
+   CFLAGS += -g -O2 -Wall -Wno-unused -I/usr/include/tirpc -D_REENTRANT $(LFSDEF) $(OSDEF) $(PKGDEF)
 endif
 
 ifndef PKGBUILD