fsprotect 1.0.7 source package in Ubuntu

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fsprotect (1.0.7) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Depend on aufs-dkms now that it's back in Debian (Closes: #819992)
  * Privide a systemd service file (Closes: #796617)
  * Fix for systemd: Mark / as a private mount momentarily in order to move
    partitions under it
  * Fix debian/rules to use binary-install instead of binary
  * Suffix DEBIAN_DH_ vars with package name in debian/rules
  * Add Vcs-Git
  * Depend on lsb-base
  * Bump compatibility level to 10
  * Bump standards version to 3.9.8
  * Ignore init.d-script-does-not-implement-optional-option since status makes
    little sense for the init script, plus systemd provides this already

 -- Stefanos Harhalakis <email address hidden>  Sun, 01 Jan 2017 22:14:30 +0000

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Uploaded by:
Stefanos Harhalakis on 2017-01-09
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Original maintainer:
Stefanos Harhalakis
Architectures:
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Section:
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Urgency:
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fsprotect: Helper scripts to make filesystems immutable

 This is a set of scripts that make immutable the root and other filesystems.
 Using aufs they pack a tmpfs filesystem and the filesystem forcing
 changes to be written to the tmpfs.
 .
 The root filesystem is protected by an initramfs script. Other filesystems
 are protected by an init script. All protected filesystems become read-only
 ensuring their immutability even on power-offs.
 .
 This can be used for public computers to prevent damage or changes.