yanjun

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  1. I'm not gonna go into details of how it is done (as I said, it's ~10 pages of notes) as when I clean it up it will be shared as an open-source tool with docs. However I will only say that: Flow cannot be directly applied to an unpacked kernel, as some files are missing (information is stripped while building the kernel and cannot be recovered from bzImage, yet the process makes calculations based on these pieces) Some ASM modification is required to the sources to make it buildable The kernel build process has parts which weren't touched since 90s', and it is at times a very spa
  2. So whether we can establish a developer discussion group, similar to discord, telegram or others, I don’t know if this is compliant, I will try to establish one first, and welcome everyone to join so that we can iterate this project more efficiently. telegram: https://t.me/joinchat/eYcaYV4ywDY4MWU9
  3. I want to know whether this program can be used for 918+. I downloaded the 25426 linux source code of 918+, but I got the following error during compilation scripts/Makefile.build:269: recipe for target '/home/dog/dog/nas/redpill-lkm/internal/stealth/sanitize_cmdline.o' failed make[2]: *** [/home/dog/dog/nas/redpill-lkm/internal/stealth/sanitize_cmdline.o] Error 1 Makefile:1411: recipe for target '_module_/home/dog/dog/nas/redpill-lkm' failed make[1]: *** [_module_/home/dog/dog/nas/redpill-lkm] Error 2 make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/dog/dog/nas/linux-4.4.x' Makefile:27: recipe for targe