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Re: what actually uses xdr_mem.c?
From: Simon Barner (barnerin.tum.de)
Date: Wed Mar 26 2003 - 07:00:56 CST
> Actually, I _would_ check the binaries. Scanning /usr/src doesn't cover
> anything installed via the ports collection (/usr/ports), from other
> sources, or "home-grown" software.
I didn't think of non-base-system software, you are right. From that point of
view, you are certainly right.
As far as I understood your script, it scans the output of "readelf -a", and
prints that file name if and only if this output contains "XDR" or "xdr". Will
this work if the binary is stripped (sorry in case I just overlooked something
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