LKRG rebuild for 9.3 and 8.9

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# Extra package: lkrg
## EL8 and EL9
## EL9
- Version `lkrg-0.9.7-4.el9_2.security`
- Version `0.9.7-4.el9_3.security`
- Based on upstream version `0.9.7`
## EL8
- Version `0.9.7-4.el8_9.security`
- Based on upstream version `0.9.7`
### Package summary
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### Usage in Rocky Linux
Due to EL's kABI stability and the `weak-modules` mechanism, which this package uses, the same binary package of LKRG works across different kernel revisions/builds within the same EL minor release (e.g., 9.2). Once there's a new minor release (e.g., 9.2 is upgraded to 9.3), we'll provide a new build of LKRG accordingly.
Due to EL's kABI stability and the `weak-modules` mechanism, which this package uses, the same binary package of LKRG works across different kernel revisions/builds within the same EL minor release (e.g., 9.3). Once there's a new minor release (e.g., 9.3 is upgraded to 9.4), we'll provide a new build of LKRG accordingly.
Installing the package does not automatically start LKRG nor enable it to start on system bootup. To start LKRG please use:
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### Testing and recovery
Although the current package passed our own testing (on 8.8 and 9.2), we recommend that you only enable LKRG to start on system bootup after you've tested it for a while to ensure its compatibility with your system. If you nevertheless run into a boot time issue with LKRG later, you can disable it with the `nolkrg` kernel command-line option.
Although the current package passed our own testing (on 9.3 and 8.9), we recommend that you only enable LKRG to start on system bootup after you've tested it for a while to ensure its compatibility with your system. If you nevertheless run into a boot time issue with LKRG later, you can disable it with the `nolkrg` kernel command-line option.
### Change log
The 0.9.7-4 source package was originally built for (and tested on) 9.2 and 8.8, then rebuilt without source level changes for 9.3 and 8.9 (and re-tested on those versions).
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* Wed Nov 08 2023 Solar Designer <solar@openwall.com> 0.9.7-4
- Add a couple of upstream patches, most notably to fix kINT false positives on