Android Os 2.2 Kernel 2.6.32 Build Number V1.5.5 ((FREE))
Android Os 2.2 Kernel 2.6.32 Build Number V1.5.5
root priv is the only option recommended by the server. if you don’t want to give root priv to anyone, but want to use the server for web access only, you can use the “openid” option in the cfg.xml file.….
unspecified vulnerability in esx 3.x server, 3.0.x, 3.5 build 162996 and later, and 3.5.0 build 156745 and later, allows guest os users to execute arbitrary code as the vmware administrator, aka "the other admin". note: this can be exploited remotely without knowing the target's credentials, and it does not require a physical console interaction.
a flaw in how zabbix allows remote authenticated users to determine the locally available host info via the lsi/symbios and snmp/sim interfaces; information that can be used to compromise the host. a remote attacker can use this flaw to gain the same sort of information about the target system.
a flaw was found in the way that vmware server uses remote authentication by using http basic authentication. if the virtual machine is configured for encrypted communication and the attacker does not have a physical console on the host, they may be able to force the virtual machine to perform an offline memory corruption attack.
kernel modules listed under /lib/modules for the image in your /boot/grub2/menu.lst. this will tell you what other initrds are present in the image, what initrd you are booting from, and what the initrd’s uuid are.
installing an application takes time, and it is possible to run out of space during the installation process if you’re installing multiple apps. to reduce the amount of space that the system uses for the installation, some apps can be installed to a separate /opt directory instead of taking up the main root directory. this can also be used to install apps alongside each other.
the following new features and improvements are present in the following version, although they are still being tested, and may cause issues: new feature: the git checkout and merge scripts can now automatically add and remove the ‘dumper’ section to files where it has been added before and after the commit. major improvements: cf-cache is now at 10,000,000 cache-misses. there are a few small issues with some git code, but nothing that should cause issues. minor improvements: the the binary distribution of cf-cache can now be built without some error messages. special rpm macros are now disabled. the version has been changed to remove the -signed attribute.
this is mainly for better global cpu support. as a result of the introduction of a new kernel subsystem, the cpu scheduling subsystem has been changed. these optimizations should lead to a notable speed-up and better cpu utilization.
the following additional packages are also installed: bind97-libs bind97-utils bind97-devel glibc-common libbind9-90 libdb4.8-dev libffi4 libgssapi-krb5-2 libkrb5-3.so libldap2-utils libpcap-dev libpcap0.8-10 libpcap0.8-dev libsasl2-2 libsasl2-dev libsasl2-modules-dev libsctp1 libss2 libss2-dev libtirpc-dev lmctfy mbedtls-client mbedtls-common mbedtls-utils mbedtls-vp8 mbedtls-vp9 nss-mdns-compat nss-mdns-dns libnsd-dev libnsd-nssec-dns libnsd-smdns-dns libnsd-tcp-dns ntpdate ntpclient libtirpc-client-dev samba4-heimdal-plugins smbclient
there are a number of environment variables you can use to control the behaviour of the libraries. basically, you can enable debugging information and configuration. you can also compile with debug info disabled, etc. look at the configuration files that come with the package to see what is available.