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Has anyone installed grsec on there centOS boxes? How does it work? I currently am running a CentOS 3.4-Server and with a 2.4.21-27.0.4.EL kernel. Can I update to 2.6 with grsec? what would be the best solution for this server? Thanks
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We've had 3 servers with CentOS 3.4 and 2.6 kernel+grsec for a few months now without any issues. Same with Fedora 2 servers.
Thanks. I will be updating my CentOS boxes soon then.
It will run fine, like any other Linux distro.
Yahoo to Brad @ grsec for his work. Shows what one person can do if they put their mind to it
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