zescrow 1.7-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


zescrow (1.7-0ubuntu1) quantal; urgency=low

  [ Alessandro Menti ]
  * Added missing AGPL 3 license text to debian/copyright. (LP: #974533)
  * Bumped Standards-Version in debian/control.
  * Added missing symlink from /usr/share/man/man1/zescrow.1.gz to zEscrow.1.gz
    in the same directory.
  * debian/patches/fix_desktop_file_typo.patch:
   - Fixed typo in category name in the zEscrow.desktop file.

  [ Andrew Starr-Bochicchio ]
  * debian/copyright: Point to copy of GPL-3 in common licenses.
 -- Dustin Kirkland <email address hidden>   Fri, 10 Aug 2012 11:19:50 -0500

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zescrow_1.7-0ubuntu1.debian.tar.gz 14.9 KiB a13b8957e47d50bda2982f2c37a39f262024f5687a86dfe3b46031faaeac16a2
zescrow_1.7-0ubuntu1.dsc 1.7 KiB 6581323476919b7b9087aa8a1849af1faa6d90e11eaeddcd647a9a7eec88669b

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zescrow-client: back up eCryptfs Encrypted Home or Encrypted Private Configuration

 zescrow-client provides the zescrow (formerly ecryptfs-escrow-private) utility,
 which can be used to upload a backup of an eCryptfs
 Encrypted Home or eCryptfs Encrypted Private configuration
 to a zEscrow compatible server.
 zEscrow.gazzang.com is one such compatible server, an implementation
 of the AGPL free software available at https://launchpad.net/zEscrow.
 zEscrow will:
  - prompt for your chosen zEscrow server
  - retrieve the public GPG key of that zEscrow server
  - prompt for your login passphrase
  - use your login passphrase to decrypt your mount passphrase
  - create a tar archive of your ~/.ecryptfs directory and decrypted
    mount passphrase
  - gpg encrypt that archive the your zEscrow server's public key
  - upload your encrypted archive to your zEscrow server
  - display a URL and offer to launch a browser, where you must go
    to associate a Google account and email address with your backup