kstart 4.2-2 source package in Ubuntu


kstart (4.2-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Update to debhelper compatibility level V11.
    - Remove --parallel flags, no longer needed.
    - Remove dh-autoreconf dependency and sequence, no longer needed.
  * Update standards version to 4.2.1.
    - Enable verbose test output.
    - Install the upstream release notes as NEWS.gz, not changelog.gz.
    - Add Rules-Requires-Root: no.
    - Use https for URLs in debian/control and debian/copyright.
  * Bump watch file version to 4 and use https for URL.
  * Switch to the DEP-14 branch layout and update debian/gbp.conf and
    Vcs-Git accordingly.
  * Refresh upstream signing key.
  * Run wrap-and-sort -ast.

 -- Russ Allbery <email address hidden>  Sun, 26 Aug 2018 13:34:55 -0700

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kstart: Kerberos kinit supporting AFS and ticket refreshing

 k5start can be used instead of kinit to obtain Kerberos tickets. krenew
 can be used instead of kinit -R to renew renewable tickets. They are
 intended primarily for use with automated or long-running processes and
 support some additional features useful for that purpose, such as running
 as a daemon and refreshing the ticket periodically, checking to see if an
 existing ticket has expired, or obtaining an AFS token along with the
 ticket by running an external program automatically.

kstart-dbgsym: debug symbols for kstart