fsprotect 1.0.7 source package in Ubuntu


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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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.