rush 1.8+dfsg-1.1 source package in Ubuntu


rush (1.8+dfsg-1.1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * Update to latest intprops.h from gnulib, fixes FTBFS with gcc 7.
    (Closes: #853649)

 -- Adrian Bunk <email address hidden>  Fri, 20 Oct 2017 19:38:32 +0300

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Mats Erik Andersson
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Mats Erik Andersson
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rush_1.8+dfsg-1.1.dsc 1.7 KiB 91433da041b0b9a93b7472af70e26181d1442537a83f70309d39c9b9945b7264
rush_1.8+dfsg.orig.tar.gz 1.0 MiB 4cf5372933f7f40921f821db9ba55dca40aae2c9d213abcbc36ff8d87c874b52
rush_1.8+dfsg-1.1.debian.tar.xz 26.2 KiB 0c5eae8995b7891012d51d0545b147a177c76ad0e1d1c1554513a74a5e0154b3

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rush: restricted user shell

 GNU Rush is a restricted shell designed for sites providing only
 limited access to resources for remote users. The main binary
 executable is configurable as a user login shell, intended for
 users that only are allowed remote login to the system at hand.
 A notification service can be implemented individually for each
 provided client service, using the TCPMUX support found within
 xinetd, or inetutils-inetd.
 The standard use is to create access to a chrooted target directory,
 typically providing arbitrary combinations of scp, sftp, rsync,
 cvs, svn, and git. Each service may be further restricted in its
 capabilities. The administrator configures pattern matching rules
 for manipulating any incoming request.
 The present restricted shell is an alternative to the well known
 "rssh" package, which provides similar capabilities.

rush-dbgsym: debug symbols for rush