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Old 12-01-2016, 12:40 AM   #1
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Question How to use paxctl-ng in linux


Hi guys,
I heared about paxctl-ng, i checked with a man page
Its show paxctl-ng used to get, set or create the PaX flags on ELF executables. I want to use paxctl, i dont know how to use it, there is no usage examples on google. Please help me to how to paxctl
 
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Originally Posted by P.G.Krish View Post
Hi guys,
I heared about paxctl-ng, i checked with a man page Its show paxctl-ng used to get, set or create the PaX flags on ELF executables. I want to use paxctl, i dont know how to use it, there is no usage examples on google. Please help me to how to paxctl
Hard to believe you tried to look this up, since just putting "paxctl-ng" into Google gives me over 3,000 hits, with one of the first being their webpage, complete with documentation. Did you try to READ the docs????

https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Hardene...ckstart#paxctl
 
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