eurephia 1.1.0-5 source package in Ubuntu

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eurephia (1.1.0-5) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Add -fPIC -std=gnu89 to CFLAGS. (Closes: #777845)

 -- Alberto Gonzalez Iniesta <email address hidden>  Tue, 07 Jul 2015 17:14:38 +0200

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Alberto Gonzalez Iniesta on 2015-07-07
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Urgency:
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Xenial release on 2015-10-22 universe net

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Binary packages built by this source

eurephia: flexible OpenVPN authentication module

 This plug-in enhances OpenVPN by adding user name and password authentication.
 An eurephia user account is a combination of minimum one OpenVPN SSL
 certificate and a user name with a password assigned. It is also possible to
 setup several eurephia user names to use a shared OpenVPN certificate.
 .
 In addition, eurephia will blacklist IP addresses, certificates and user names
 on too many failed attempts and it supports dynamic update of iptables rules
 which restricts network access per connection.
 .
 All information is stored in a database and all changes to the accounts will
 be effective immediately. At the moment eurephia supports the SQLite database.

eurephia-dbgsym: debug symbols for package eurephia

 This plug-in enhances OpenVPN by adding user name and password authentication.
 An eurephia user account is a combination of minimum one OpenVPN SSL
 certificate and a user name with a password assigned. It is also possible to
 setup several eurephia user names to use a shared OpenVPN certificate.
 .
 In addition, eurephia will blacklist IP addresses, certificates and user names
 on too many failed attempts and it supports dynamic update of iptables rules
 which restricts network access per connection.
 .
 All information is stored in a database and all changes to the accounts will
 be effective immediately. At the moment eurephia supports the SQLite database.