eCryptfs 100

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Project:
eCryptfs
Series:
trunk
Version:
100
Released:
2012-08-02  
Registrant:
Dustin Kirkland 
Release registered:
2012-08-02
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[ Tyler Hicks ]
  * src/pam_ecryptfs/pam_ecryptfs.c, src/libecryptfs/key_management.c:
      LP: #1024476
    - fix regression introduced in ecryptfs-utils-99 when Encrypted
      Home/Private is in use and the eCryptfs kernel code is compiled as a
      module
    - drop check for kernel filename encryption support in pam_ecryptfs, as
      appropriate privileges to load the eCryptfs kernel module may not be
      available and filename encryption has been supported since 2.6.29
    - always add filename encryption key to the kernel keyring from pam_mount

  [ Colin King ]
  * tests/kernel/inode-race-stat/test.c:
    - limit number of forks based on fd limits
  * tests/kernel/enospc.sh, tests/kernel/enospc/test.c,
    tests/kernel/Makefile.am, tests/kernel/tests.rc:
    - add test case for ENOSPC

  [ Tim Harder ]
  * m4/ac_python_devel.m4: LP: #1029217
    - proplery save and restore CPPFLAGS and LIBS when python support is
      enabled

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