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Origin: Debian/unstable
Format: 1.7
Date: Tue,  25 Oct 2005 08:13:46 +0100
Source: linux-ntfs
Binary: ntfsprogs, libntfs-gnomevfs, libntfs-dev, ntfstools-udeb, ntfstools, libntfs7
Architecture: source
Version: 1.11.2-3
Distribution: dapper
Urgency: low
Maintainer: David Martínez Moreno <ender at debian.org>
Changed-By: Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync <katie at jackass.ubuntu.com>
Closes: 300073 323509
 linux-ntfs (1.11.2-3) unstable; urgency=low
   * debian/control: Fixed references to libntfs5 in libntfs-dev (closes:
     #323509). Thanks, Paul Wise. Also removed Conflicts with previous versions
     of libntfs that are not in sarge, as we only support upgrading from one
     release, not two, including an ancient Conflicts against libntfs1 :o).
 linux-ntfs (1.11.2-2) unstable; urgency=low
   * Really build ntfsmount, I forgot to add libfuse-dev to Build-Depends.
   * Removed ntfscrypt building, until libgnomevfs2-dev depends on a modern
     libgnutls. Sorry, guys.
   * debian/control: Added libfuse-dev to Build-Depends, and removed
 linux-ntfs (1.11.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release. Changes were:
     - ntfsclone: added a new option, --rescue. It ignores read errors so
       disks having bad sectors (dying disks) can be rescued efficiently,
       with minimal stress on them. --rescue works at the lowest, sector and
       not cluster level, thus more data can be rescued. Also honor bad
       clusters list.
     - ntfscp: add ability to specify directory as destination file. Add
       --attribute, --attr-name and --inode options. ntfscp now is a standard
       program, not extra.
     - ntfsfix: fix invalid mft records in $MFTMirr.
     - ntfsinfo: it has been extended and now provides much more detailed
       information as well as being able to resolve a path/filename instead of
       requiring the inode number.
     - ntfsresize: support bad clusters list, i.e. disks having bad sectors, if
       the new --bad-sectors option is used.
     - Add new utility, ntfsmount. It is a FUSE module that relies on libntfs.
     - Add new utilities: ntfsdecrypt.
     - ntfsdecrypt is now fully functional using libgcrypt and gnutls 1.2.0
       (not later, that is broken at present).  It decrypts all types of
       compressed files that NTFS creates, i.e. DesX, AES-256, and 3Des.  The
       only thing it requires is the user's private key which needs to be
       supplied via a .pfx file (a PKCS#12 file). Such a file can be created
       in Windows XP SP2 by running cipher with the export key option or in
       older Windows versions by running the certificates snap-in to the
       Microsoft Management Console (MMC). Note that due to a bug in gnutls
       you have to protect the .pfx file with a password. An empty password
       will not work.
     - Add new utilities: ntfsdecrypt, ntfsmftalloc.
     - And lots of fixes and improved error handling in every utility.
   * debian/control:
     - Made ntfstools package deborphan-compliant (added dummy/transitional to
       the Description).
     - Fixed typo in the Description (closes: #300073).
     - Added hint for mkntfs in the Description about making the new partition
     - Bumped Standards-Version to 3.6.2.
     - Added --enable-crypto to configure in order to make ntfsdecrypt.
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