trousers 0.3.11.2-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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trousers (0.3.11.2-1ubuntu1) trusty; urgency=medium

  * Try to workaround systemd/udev names when reloading rules (LP: #1484740)
    - debian/trousers.postinst (Closes: #739485)

 -- Eric Desrochers <email address hidden>  Tue, 14 Jun 2016 16:22:35 +0300

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Eric Desrochers on 2016-06-14
Sponsored by:
Louis Bouchard
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Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Architectures:
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Section:
utils
Urgency:
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Binary packages built by this source

libtspi-dev: open-source TCG Software Stack (development)

 TrouSerS is an implementation of the Trusted Computing Group's Software Stack
 (TSS) specification. You can use TrouSerS to write applications that make use
 of your TPM hardware. TPM hardware can create, store and use RSA keys securely
 (without ever being exposed in memory), verify a platform's software state
 using cryptographic hashes and more.
 .
 This package contains the development files.

libtspi-dev-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libtspi-dev

 TrouSerS is an implementation of the Trusted Computing Group's Software Stack
 (TSS) specification. You can use TrouSerS to write applications that make use
 of your TPM hardware. TPM hardware can create, store and use RSA keys securely
 (without ever being exposed in memory), verify a platform's software state
 using cryptographic hashes and more.
 .
 This package contains the development files.

libtspi1: open-source TCG Software Stack (library)

 TrouSerS is an implementation of the Trusted Computing Group's Software Stack
 (TSS) specification. You can use TrouSerS to write applications that make use
 of your TPM hardware. TPM hardware can create, store and use RSA keys securely
 (without ever being exposed in memory), verify a platform's software state
 using cryptographic hashes and more.
 .
 This package contains the library.

libtspi1-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libtspi1

 TrouSerS is an implementation of the Trusted Computing Group's Software Stack
 (TSS) specification. You can use TrouSerS to write applications that make use
 of your TPM hardware. TPM hardware can create, store and use RSA keys securely
 (without ever being exposed in memory), verify a platform's software state
 using cryptographic hashes and more.
 .
 This package contains the library.

trousers: open-source TCG Software Stack (daemon)

 TrouSerS is an implementation of the Trusted Computing Group's Software Stack
 (TSS) specification. You can use TrouSerS to write applications that make use
 of your TPM hardware. TPM hardware can create, store and use RSA keys securely
 (without ever being exposed in memory), verify a platform's software state
 using cryptographic hashes and more.
 .
 TrouSerS aims to be compliant with the 1.1b and 1.2 TSS specifications
 available from the Trusted Computing Group website at
 <http://www.trustedcomputinggroup.org/>.

trousers-dbg: open-source TCG Software Stack (debug)

 TrouSerS is an implementation of the Trusted Computing Group's Software Stack
 (TSS) specification. You can use TrouSerS to write applications that make use
 of your TPM hardware. TPM hardware can create, store and use RSA keys securely
 (without ever being exposed in memory), verify a platform's software state
 using cryptographic hashes and more.
 .
 This package contains the debugging symbols.

trousers-dbgsym: debug symbols for package trousers

 TrouSerS is an implementation of the Trusted Computing Group's Software Stack
 (TSS) specification. You can use TrouSerS to write applications that make use
 of your TPM hardware. TPM hardware can create, store and use RSA keys securely
 (without ever being exposed in memory), verify a platform's software state
 using cryptographic hashes and more.
 .
 TrouSerS aims to be compliant with the 1.1b and 1.2 TSS specifications
 available from the Trusted Computing Group website at
 <http://www.trustedcomputinggroup.org/>.