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Fw: Re: Strong Crypto Support for GRUB2

From: Simon Peter
Subject: Fw: Re: Strong Crypto Support for GRUB2
Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2008 01:49:52 +0200

Did the message below ever arrive on the list?

I'm still interested in getting strong crypto into grub mainline and
while it's still not in, I just saw you guys proposed this as a project
for Google's summer of code. Are you going to point students at the
code I already produced? Would be a shame if you have someone replicate
the work already done.

What's missing to get my code into GRUB2 mainline?


Begin forwarded message:

Date: Sun, 3 Feb 2008 18:25:47 +0100
From: Simon Peter <address@hidden>
To: The development of GRUB 2 <address@hidden>
Cc: Marco Gerards <address@hidden>, Robert Millan <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: Strong Crypto Support for GRUB2

> Sorry for the *very* late reply.

Sorry for my late reply. I wasn't subscribed anymore (and I'm still
not) and only now I found out that you replied...

Attached is my patch against current CVS with the changes you proposed

I'd appreciate very much if you could review this complete patch again.
Sorry for any inconvenience with my first weird double-patch.

> > +int
> > +aes_self_test (int verbose)
> >  {
> > +   printf ("passed\n");
> Where does printf come from?

It's in a self-test routine that's actually never included in the GRUB
source. Shall I remove the whole thing?


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