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“cryptsetup” 2:1.1.3-4ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu

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cryptsetup (2:1.1.3-4ubuntu2) oneiric; urgency=low

  * debian/cryptroot-hook: Quiet warnings from find on arches that
    don't have all the kernel/{arch,crypto} bits we're testing for.
 -- Adam Conrad <email address hidden>   Sat, 01 Oct 2011 00:33:00 -0600

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Uploaded by:
Adam Conrad on 2011-10-01
Uploaded to:
Oneiric
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Component:
main
Architectures:
any
Section:
admin
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

cryptsetup: configures encrypted block devices

 Cryptsetup provides a command-line interface for configuring encrypted
 devices. This is done using the Linux kernel device mapper target
 dm-crypt. This version of cryptsetup has integrated support for LUKS.
 .
 cryptsetup is backwards compatible with the on-disk format of cryptoloop,
 but also supports more secure formats. This package includes support for
 automatically configuring encrypted devices at boot time via the config
 file /etc/crypttab. Additional features are cryptoroot support through
 initramfs-tools and several supported ways to read a passphrase or key.

cryptsetup-udeb: configures encrypted block devices

 Cryptsetup provides a command-line interface for configuring encrypted
 devices. This is done using the Linux kernel device mapper target
 dm-crypt. This version of cryptsetup has integrated support for LUKS.
 .
 cryptsetup is backwards compatible with the on-disk format of cryptoloop,
 but also supports more secure formats. This package includes support for
 automatically configuring encrypted devices at boot time via the config
 file /etc/crypttab. Additional features are cryptoroot support through
 initramfs-tools and several supported ways to read a passphrase or key.

libcryptsetup-dev: disk encryption support - development files

 Cryptsetup provides an interface for configuring encryption on block
 devices (such as /home or swap partitions), using the Linux kernel
 device mapper target dm-crypt. It features integrated Linux Unified Key
 Setup (LUKS) support.
 .
 This package provides the libcryptsetup development files.

libcryptsetup1: libcryptsetup shared library

 Cryptsetup provides a command-line interface for configuring encrypted
 devices. This is done using the Linux kernel device mapper target
 dm-crypt. This version of cryptsetup has integrated support for LUKS.
 .
 This package provides the libcryptsetup shared library.