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Download GNU Hello::
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Now uncompress it::
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``bzr-builddeb`` includes a plugin to create a new package from a template. The plugin is a wrapper around the ``dh_make`` command. Run the command providing the package name, version number, and path to the upstream tarball::
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In ``debian/changelog`` change the version number to an Ubuntu version: ``2.10-0ubuntu1`` (upstream version 2.10, Debian version 0, Ubuntu version 1). Also change ``unstable`` to the current development Ubuntu release such as ``trusty``.
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Now that we have the source package, we need to patch it to fix the vulnerability. You may use whatever patch method that is appropriate for the package, but this example will use ``edit-patch`` (from the ubuntu-dev-tools package). ``edit-patch`` is the easiest way to patch packages and it is basically a wrapper around every other patch system you can imagine.
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Setting up sbuild
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``sbuild`` simplifies building Debian/Ubuntu binary package from source in clean environment. It allows to try debugging packages in environment similar (as opposed to ``pbuild``) to builders used by Launchpad.
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It works on different architectures and allows to build packages for other releases. It needs kernel supporting overlayfs.
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To use sbuild, you need to install sbuild and other required packages and add yourself to the ``sbuild`` group::
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Replace “Your Name <>” with your name and e-mail address. Change default distribution if you want, but remember that you can specify target distribution when executing command.
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