pollen_4.20-0ubuntu1_amd64.deb


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Description

pollen - Entropy-as-a-Service web server

Distribution: Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus)
Repository: Ubuntu Universe amd64
Package name: pollen
Package version: 4.20
Package release: 0ubuntu1
Package architecture: amd64
Package type: deb
Installed size: 6.50 KB
Download size: 1.42 MB
Official Mirror: archive.ubuntu.com
Pollen is an Entropy-as-a-Service web server, providing random seeds. This can be performed over both cleartext http and encrypted https TLS connections.

Alternatives

Provides

  • anerd-server

Replaces

  • anerd-server << 3.0

    Download

    Source package: pollen

    Install Howto

    1. Update the package index:
      # sudo apt-get update
    2. Install pollen deb package:
      # sudo apt-get install pollen

    Files

    • /etc/apparmor.d/usr.bin.pollen
    • /etc/default/pollen
    • /etc/init/pollen-restart.conf
    • /etc/init/pollen.conf
    • /lib/systemd/system/pollen.service
    • /usr/bin/pollen
    • /usr/lib/nagios/plugins/check_pollen
    • /usr/share/doc/pollen/changelog.Debian.gz
    • /usr/share/doc/pollen/copyright
    • /usr/share/lintian/overrides/pollen
    • /usr/share/man/man1/pollen.1.gz

    Changelog

    2015-10-13 - Dustin Kirkland <kirkland@ubuntu.com> pollen (4.20-0ubuntu1) wily; urgency=medium * debian/pollen.upstart: LP: #1505473 - remove typo in the upstart config which was preventing the service from starting * rebuild the packages for upload

    2015-10-13 - Dustin Kirkland <kirkland@ubuntu.com> pollen (4.19-0ubuntu1) wily; urgency=medium * debian/pollen.upstart: LP: #1505473 - remove typo in the upstart config which was preventing the service from starting

    2015-09-09 - Dustin Kirkland <kirkland@ubuntu.com> pollen (4.18-0ubuntu1) wily; urgency=medium * pollen.go: - add the "available" word to the log

    2015-05-02 - Dustin Kirkland <kirkland@ubuntu.com> pollen (4.17-0ubuntu1) unstable; urgency=medium * debian/pollen.postrm: - clear out certificates on purge * debian/pollen.default: - quote the variable definition, for consistency * debian/pollen.postinst: - fix ssl cert generation, country must be <2 chars * debian/pollen.service: - put braces around environment variables; required to work at all * pollen.go, usr.bin.pollen: - log the entropy bits before and after the transaction

    2015-03-25 - Dustin Kirkland <kirkland@ubuntu.com> pollen (4.16-0ubuntu1) vivid; urgency=medium [ Matthias Klose ] * debian/control: - Build everywhere

    2015-01-07 - Dustin Kirkland <kirkland@ubuntu.com> pollen (4.15-0ubuntu1) vivid; urgency=medium [ Didier Roche ] * debian/control, debian/pollen.service, debian/rules: - Add systemd unit, following similar restart on failure and device checking logic - Bump Standards-Version

    2014-10-31 - Dustin Kirkland <kirkland@ubuntu.com> pollen (4.14-0ubuntu1) vivid; urgency=medium * pollen.go: LP: #1383738 - remove SSLv3 support

    2014-10-31 - Dustin Kirkland <kirkland@ubuntu.com> pollen (4.13-0ubuntu1) vivid; urgency=medium * debian/pollen-restart.upstart, debian/pollen.upstart, debian/rules: - LP: #1386052 - add a new upstart job that restarts pollen any time the rsyslog server is restarted - this is necessary to work around a bug in the golang syslog library where syslog restarts break logging + https://code.google.com/p/go/issues/detail?id=2264#c8

    2014-07-23 - Dustin Kirkland <kirkland@ubuntu.com> pollen (4.12-0ubuntu1) utopic; urgency=medium * debian/control: - recommend rng-tools; we can do this, since pollen is in universe * debian/pollen.postinst: - minor change to the default self-signed cert; use 'localhost' for the hostname; this is useful for testing pollinate against the localhost with a self-signed cert * README: - update docs; pollinate no longer runs daily by default * README: - update some docs * check_pollen: - ensure that the nagios check catches log failures

    2014-03-18 - Dustin Kirkland <kirkland@ubuntu.com> pollen (4.11-0ubuntu1) trusty; urgency=medium * pollen_test.go: - fix FTBFS - hardcode device to /dev/urandom in unit tests, otherwise, our entropy starved vm-based builders will fail the unit tests and fail the build

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