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Bug#148752: marked as done (pkcipe: Please add option to not run ciped in background)

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Package: pkcipe
Version: 1.5.2free-9
Severity: wishlist


It'd be nice if pkcipe could be run under service monitors such as 'run' or
'daemontools'. This would require that pkcipe (and the ciped it starts) only
exit (return control to the calling script) when the connection goes down
and a restart of the session is in order.

A related option would be to send all output to stdout or stderr instead of
syslog. This would especially be useful in the mode of operation described



            Andrew Korn (Korn Andras) <korn@chardonnay.math.bme.hu>
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-- System Information
Debian Release: 3.0
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux nilus-625.adsl.datanet.hu 2.4.18-ak1.2-hellgate #1 Tue Mar 19 23:30:22 CET 2002 i586

Versions of packages pkcipe depends on:
ii  cipe-common                  1.5.2free-9 Common files for CIPE VPN software
ii  libc6                        2.2.5-6     GNU C Library: Shared libraries an
ii  libssl0.9.6                  0.9.6c-2    SSL shared libraries
ii  openssl                      0.9.6c-2    Secure Socket Layer (SSL) binary a

-- no debconf information

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cipe has been removed from Debian.  For details, please see

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