And just to add to your woes, might want to run `yum update` first since you appear to be building against the CentOS 6.1 kernel and 6.2 has been out for some months. [by TrevorH]
on 05/17/2012 – Made popular on 05/17/2012
The version of php provided by CentOS 6 is 5.3.3. You will need to ask whoever you got 5.4.10 from about any defects in it as CentOS does not supply it. If you want to try with the CentOS supplied ... [by TrevorH]
LinuxSecurity.com: Multiple format string and buffer overflow vulnerabilities has been
found and corrected in iscsitarget (CVE-2010-0743, CVE-2010-2221).
The updated packages have been patched to correct these issues.
You are using Centos which is an enterprise Linux distribution and does not ship the latest, greatest packages of anything. It's committed to stability and will always use a kernel in the 2.6.... [by TrevorH]
I'll keep on advising you what I've been advising you all along... use the distro kernel. It already has the support for tproxy you are looking for. If you compile your own kernel you are... [by TrevorH]