uruk 20080330-1 source package in Ubuntu


uruk (20080330-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release.
  * debian/control: Add Vcs-Arch header.  Unfortunately, gna.org does not
    offer archzoom, so no Vcs-Browser header for now.
  * debian/copyright: machine-interpretable, using proposal by Sam Hocevar

uruk (20080307-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release.
  * debian/control: Don't use unneeded Debian revisions in build dependencies:
    be nice to backporters.  (Thanks lintian.)

uruk (20071101-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * debian/postinst: enable upgrading a not yet configured uruk.  Thanks
    Wessel Dankers for reporting this bug (in private communication).
  * debian/control: move homepage to proper field.
  * debian/control: Standards-Version compliancy upgraded from 3.7.2 to
    3.7.3 (no further changes needed).

 -- Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync <email address hidden>   Fri,  02 May 2008 02:32:32 +0100

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Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync on 2008-05-03
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Joost van Baal
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uruk: Very small firewall script, for configuring iptables

 Uruk is a wrapper for Linux ip[6]tables. A very simple shell script, but
 useful if you need similar (but not the same) packet filtering configurations
 on lots of hosts. It uses a template file, which gets sourced as a shell
 script, to get lists of source addresses, allowed to use specific network
 services. Listing these groups of allowed hosts and allowed services is all
 what's needed to configure your box.
 Main difference with other firewall setup tools: uruk is just a very small
 (just 11K!) shell script, no gui, no interactive setup, no default
 configuration. You'll like this if you'd rather not have lots of (probably
 buggy) code between you and your filtering rules.