Package fscryptctl: Information

Source package: fscryptctl
Version: 1.0.0-alt3
Build time:  Dec 1, 2021, 04:09 PM
Category: System/Kernel and hardware
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License: Apache-2.0 
Summary:  A low-level tool for the management of Linux kernel filesystem encryption
Fscryptctl is a low-level tool written in C that handles raw keys and manages
policies for Linux filesystem encryption, see ,
specifically the "fscrypt" kernel interface which is supported by the ext4,
f2fs, and UBIFS filesystems.

Fscryptctl is mainly intended for embedded systems which can't use the
full-featured fscrypt tool (, or for
testing or experimenting with the kernel interface to Linux filesystem
encryption. Fscryptctl does *not* handle key generation, key stretching, key
wrapping, or PAM integration.
List of rpms provided by this srpm: 
fscryptctl (mipsel)
fscryptctl-debuginfo (mipsel)
Maintainer: Andrew Savchenko
List of contributors: 
Andrew Savchenko
Vitaly Chikunov
Last changes:
Dec. 1, 2021 Andrew Savchenko 1.0.0-alt3
- Fix tests on kernels >= 5.15 where key entropy requirement is
  relaxed, upstream issue #26.
- Build man page on arches where pandoc is available.
May 10, 2021 Vitaly Chikunov 1.0.0-alt2
- spec: Run tests in %check.
May 8, 2021 Andrew Savchenko 1.0.0-alt1
- Initial version
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