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web service for transferring very large files (utils)
 F*EX (Frams's Fast File EXchange) is a service that can be used to allow
 users anywhere on the Internet to exchange very large files quickly and
 The sender uploads the file to the F*EX-server and the recipient
 automatically gets a notification e-mail with a download-URL.
 This package includes:
   zz & ezz
(new) fex_20110726-1~bpo60+1.debian.tar.gz optional web
(new) fex_20110726-1~bpo60+1.dsc optional web
(new) fex_20110726-1~bpo60+1_all.deb optional web
web service for transferring very large files
 F*EX (Frams's Fast File EXchange) is a service that can be used to allow
 users anywhere on the Internet to exchange very large files quickly and
 The sender uploads the file to the F*EX-server and the recipient
 automatically gets a notification e-mail with a download-URL.
 Main features of F*EX:
  * file transfer of virtually unlimited file size
  * sender and recipient only need an e-mail program and a web browser
    (of any kind; they do not have to install any software)
  * RESEND and REGET for resuming after link failures at last sent byte
  * auto-notification of recipient
  * auto-deletion after download
  * auto-deletion after expiration date (default: 5 days)
  * full-users can create sub-users, who can send only to this full-user
  * full-users can create groups, an analogy to mailing lists, but for files
  * admin can allow (internal or external) user self-registration
  * admin can allow upload to public recipients without authentication
  * maintenance-free: no administration necessary beyond creating new
    F*EX accounts
  * multiple recipients only require one stored copy
  * F*EX uses HTTP and needs no firewall tunnels
  * support for streams, too (SEX: Stream EXchange)
  * shell clients provided for commandline users: fexsend and fexget.
    (fex-utils package)
(new) fex_20110726.orig.tar.gz optional web
Changes: fex (20110726-1~bpo60+1) squeeze-backports; urgency=low
  * Backport to squeeze-backports
fex (20110726-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream version 20110726
   - fexget: added option -X do not extract archive file
   - fexget: added option -a get all files
   - fexsrv: fixed bug uninitialized value when using a reverse proxy
   - fex_cleanup: fixed bug notify reminder e-mail not localized
   - new translations: czech, galician
   - fac(CGI): fixed bug displaying < and & in logfiles
   - fac(CGI): added getting error.log
   - fop: allow multiple downloads from any client if sender = recipient
  * Fix piuparts error upon purge once ucf is not installed anymore
  * Remove doc/FAQ as upstream no longer ships it (it's now htdocs/FAQ.html)
  * Add robots.txt to fex.install
fex (20110622-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release 20110622:
   - New locale (italiano)
   - Better proxy support
   - General bugfixes
  * Minor fixups to debian/rules left over from adding locales
  * Cleanup debian/rules update-md5 target
  * Introduce build-arch/build-indep to please lintian (for now we don't have
    any arch dependent stuff)
fex (20110620-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release: 20110620
    - Include locales
    - Fix: Header now send for all HTTP in fexsrv (Closes: #630629)
  * Add lintian-overrides for fex: english recursive symlink
fex (20110610-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * Support inetd.conf if xinetd is not installed.
  * Alternatively depend on inet-superserver instead of forcing xinetd
  * Make xinetd.d/fex only installed if xinetd is actually installed on the
  * Remove /etc/xinetd.d from fex dirs
  * Add logrotate and move logfile to /var/log
  * New patch to make $logdir point to /var/log/fex in fex.ph
  * Update manpages - big thanks to Michael Bussmann <bus@mb-net.net>
  * Bump compat to 8 (stable has 8.0.0 and bpo has a version for oldstable too)
  * Update to 3.9.2 policy standards:
    - Use dh_perl instead of hardcoding perl Depends
  * Fixup short description typo - thanks to Nico Golde for pointing out!
  * Move htdocs to /var/lib/fex and make download and FEX.jar a symlink to
  * Backport 04_docdir.patch with $docdir bugfix from upstream (includes
    bugfix for transparent proxy)
  * Always check for htdocs modifications upon upgrade and only overwrite
    htdocs if no changes were made by the user in /var/lib/fex/htdocs
  * New update check routine requires unzip to disassemble FIX.jar - added to
fex (20110610-1) unstable; urgency=high
  * New F*EX upstream version 20110510:
    - fex.ph: new config variable $bcc for notification e-mails
      (allow admin to receive a copy of all emails sent by the F*EX server or
  * included new F*EX upstream version 20110509:
    - SECURITY BUGFIX (setting urgengy high)
      everybody could upload files to anyone with a handcrafted fup.html and
      empty auth-ID
    - bandwith limit option for user in fup
    - bandwith limit option for admin in fex.ph
  * Remove Reply-To patch as is now upstream
  * Update debian/watch to pull new *.tgz tarball from upstream and no longer
    mess with repackaging in Debian
  * Drop Build-Dep on quilt as we're now a 3.0 quilt source anyway. Thanks
fex (20110608-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * Add correct Reply-To header for emails sent by F*EX (patch backported from
fex (20110608-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New F*EX upstream version 20110608:
    - fup: fixed bug insecure dependency in printf on "forward file"
fex (20110601-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream version of F*EX: 20110601:
    - evaluate <<perl-code>> inside html documents
    - If there is a .htindex file this directory is listable by dop, example:
    - fac with support for user specific KEEP and AUTODELETE
    - added PID and request-number to the logs
    - fex_cleanup: fixed bug no expire with AUTODELETE=NO
  * New upstream version of FIX: rev. 33
  * Fixup Debian postinst script: make fex owner of his homedir
  * Update copyright: Add Email-Addresses to FIX authors
  * Make sure we compile FIX in the current version and ship it
  * Build-Depend on default-jdk to be able to build FIX
  * Drop fexlib_upstream_fix.patch - incorporated upstream
fex (20110531+debian1-3) unstable; urgency=low
  * Import latest fixes from upstream to make fac work correctly
  * Add dh_installcron to make sure fex_cleanup is also shipped
fex (20110531+debian1-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * Make sure we don't have HOSTNAME as $hostname in /etc/fex/fex.ph
fex (20110531+debian1-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release: 20110531
  * Add libdigest-md5-file-perl as required for all non-webbrowser clients
  * Add new binaries: zz, ezz
  * Update description of fex-package
  * Recommend fex-utils for fex server
fex (20110523+debian1-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * [6624c07] fix fex.postrm script (Closes: #610801)
fex (20110523+debian1-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * [b46a0f7] New upstream version 20110523
  * [ea7883b] Add myself to Uploaders.
  * [d21ab42] Disable 01_fac_in_usr_bin.patch and 04_fac.patch as included
    upstream or included similar fix
  * [f2d90bc] Switch to dpkg-source 3.0 (quilt) format
  * [6ef9438] fexsend.example is no longer shipped as docs are now inside PDFs
    include doc/fex-client_1.pdf and doc/fex-client_2.pdf with fex.docs instead
    of fex-utils
  * [dedd6ec] Add new binaries sexxx and xx
  * [11f18de] Also include new binaries in description of fex-utils
  * [9f97bb3] Include symlink for fex.ph to $FEXLIB

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