smstools 3.1.21-2 source package in Ubuntu


smstools (3.1.21-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * move to unstable
  * debian/control: bump standard to 4.1.1 (no changes)
  * debian/control: move maintainer to mobcom
  * debian/control: add VCS URLs

 -- Thorsten Alteholz <email address hidden>  Fri, 13 Oct 2017 19:39:26 +0200

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Debian Mobcom Maintainers on 2017-10-14
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Original maintainer:
Debian Mobcom Maintainers
Medium Urgency

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Bionic release on 2017-11-03 universe comm


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smstools_3.1.21-2.dsc 2.1 KiB 46d2a85d381e9b0fdda6164cbab38d2e4b2c4f4a9ea2214fc0ae9a517c73bb18
smstools_3.1.21.orig.tar.gz 348.2 KiB a26ba4c02b16f6cf13177bffca6c9230dc5fefaeba8e3030cd4e4905f6a92084
smstools_3.1.21-2.debian.tar.xz 34.0 KiB 9caf1952045f1858e1a414e76929a193b29e5237a002f4e69ad4bdb74a84545f

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smstools: SMS server tools for GSM modems

 The SMS server tools allow setting up a central SMS gateway. It
 sends and receives SMS messages using a simple file-based
 interface. It can accommodate up to 20,000 messages a month.
 It supports an event-handler option that allows calling customized
 programs or scripts after sending or receiving SMS messages.
 The SMS Server Tools use one or more (max. 32) GSM modems to send and
 receive SMS messages. Some modems may be equipped with SIM cards such
 as Vodafone or Telmi ones. All messages are sorted in queues by the
 provider. If one modem fails, it will be deactivated for one hour
 before the software retries, while other modems run without any
 restriction. The status information and alarms are logged with

smstools-dbgsym: debug symbols for smstools