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(new) ekeyd-egd-linux_1.0.3-1~bpo50+1_i386.deb optional utils
Transfers entropy from an EGD to the Linux kernel pool
 This utility reads from an EGD capable service over TCP and writes
 the entropy retrieved to the Linux kernel random pool. Typically
 this will be used on clusters or virtual hosts where direct access
 to useful entropy is hard.
(new) ekeyd-uds_1.0.3-1~bpo50+1_i386.deb optional utils
Simtec Electronics UDEKEY01 Entropy Key Daemon (UDS variant)
 This package augments the ekeyd package with additional support
 for running the Entropy Key using a userland daemon written using
 libusb instead of the kernel cdc-acm driver.
 You should use this package if you are having difficulty with the
 cdc-acm driver such as might be exhibited in Linux 2.6.18, 2.6.28
 or similarly unstable kernel versions.
(new) ekeyd_1.0.3-1~bpo50+1.diff.gz optional utils
(new) ekeyd_1.0.3-1~bpo50+1.dsc optional utils
(new) ekeyd_1.0.3-1~bpo50+1_i386.deb optional utils
Simtec Electronics UDEKEY01 Entropy Key Daemon
 This does stuff with Entropy Keys. You want it if you have some.
 Mostly you only need this if you have a Simtec Electronics
 UDEKEY01 device. The daemon and supplied tools drive the ekey
 and allow it to supply entropy to the system random pool.
(new) ekeyd_1.0.3.orig.tar.gz optional utils
Changes: ekeyd (1.0.3-1~bpo50+1) lenny-backports; urgency=low
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