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Source code changes of the file "man/cmtab.5.in" between
cryptmount-5.3.2.tar.gz and cryptmount-5.3.3.tar.gz

About: cryptmount allows any user to access encrypted filing systems on demand under GNU/Linux systems. It also assists the system administrator in creating and managing encrypted filesystems based on the kernels dm-crypt device-mapper target.

cmtab.5.in  (cryptmount-5.3.2):cmtab.5.in  (cryptmount-5.3.3)
.\" cmtab (cryptmount) manual page .\" cmtab (cryptmount) manual page
.\" Copyright (c) 2005-2019 RW Penney .\" Copyright (c) 2005-2021 RW Penney
.\" .\"
.\" ---- macro definitions ---- .\" ---- macro definitions ----
.de Sh \" Subsection heading .de Sh \" Subsection heading
.br .br
.ne 5 .ne 5
.PP .PP
\fB\\$1\fR \fB\\$1\fR
.PP .PP
.. ..
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.B cryptmount .B cryptmount
is contained in the file @CM_SYSCONF_DIR@/cmtab. is contained in the file @CM_SYSCONF_DIR@/cmtab.
Each filesystem is labelled by a target name which can be used as an argument to Each filesystem is labelled by a target name which can be used as an argument to
.B cryptmount .B cryptmount
and which appears in @CM_SYSCONF_DIR@/cmtab in front of a list of parameters and which appears in @CM_SYSCONF_DIR@/cmtab in front of a list of parameters
describing where that filesystem is stored, and how it is encrypted. describing where that filesystem is stored, and how it is encrypted.
The format of the cmtab is flexible, with the description of each target The format of the cmtab is flexible, with the description of each target
being delimited by braces, parameters being specified by KEY=VALUE pairs, being delimited by braces, parameters being specified by KEY=VALUE pairs,
and white-space being freely usable. and white-space being freely usable.
Comments are prefixed by a `#' character, and can start at any point in a line, Comments are prefixed by a \(aq#' character, and can start at any point in a lin e,
lasting to the end of the line. lasting to the end of the line.
The backslash character `\\' can be used to ignore any special significance The backslash character \(aq\\' can be used to ignore any special significance
of the following character, for example to include a space in a filename. of the following character, for example to include a space in a filename.
@CM_SYSCONF_DIR@/cmtab contains entries of the following form: @CM_SYSCONF_DIR@/cmtab contains entries of the following form:
.nf .nf
TARGET_NAME { TARGET_NAME {
dev=DEVICE # REQUIRED dev=DEVICE # REQUIRED
flags=FLAG,FLAG,... flags=FLAG,FLAG,...
startsector=STARTSECTOR startsector=STARTSECTOR
numsectors=NUMSECTORS numsectors=NUMSECTORS
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ivoffset=IVOFFSET ivoffset=IVOFFSET
keyformat=KEYMANAGER keyformat=KEYMANAGER
keyfile=KEYFILE # REQUIRED keyfile=KEYFILE # REQUIRED
keyhash=KEYHASH keyhash=KEYHASH
keycipher=KEYCIPHER keycipher=KEYCIPHER
keymaxlen=KEYMAXLEN keymaxlen=KEYMAXLEN
passwdretries=NUMATTEMPTS passwdretries=NUMATTEMPTS
} }
.fi .fi
Some fields, such as `dev' and `fstype' are mandatory, Some fields, such as \(aqdev' and \(aqfstype' are mandatory,
although many fields have sensible default values. although many fields have sensible default values.
Depending on the choice of KEYMANAGER, fields such as Depending on the choice of KEYMANAGER, fields such as
`keyhash', `keycipher', `keymaxlen' may need to be set explicitly. \(aqkeyhash', \(aqkeycipher', \(aqkeymaxlen' may need to be set explicitly.
Any field which contains non-numerical values Any field which contains non-numerical values
(e.g. not `startsector', `ivoffset' etc.) (e.g. not \(aqstartsector', \(aqivoffset' etc.)
can contain references to environmental variables of the form $(HOME). can contain references to environmental variables of the form $(HOME).
The following variables are recognized, The following variables are recognized,
all based on the characteristics of the user currently running all based on the characteristics of the user currently running
.B cryptmount : .B cryptmount :
.nf .nf
* $(HOME) - the home directory, as obtained from /etc/passwd * $(HOME) - the home directory, as obtained from /etc/passwd
* $(UID) - the numerical identifier of the user * $(UID) - the numerical identifier of the user
* $(USERNAME) - the printable name of the user * $(USERNAME) - the printable name of the user
* $(GID) - the numerical identifier of the user's current group * $(GID) - the numerical identifier of the user's current group
* $(GROUPNAME) - the printable name of the user's current group * $(GROUPNAME) - the printable name of the user's current group
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.SH "SEE ALSO" .SH "SEE ALSO"
.BR cryptmount (8), .BR cryptmount (8),
.BR cryptmount-setup (8), .BR cryptmount-setup (8),
.BR cryptsetup (8), .BR cryptsetup (8),
.BR dmsetup (8), .BR dmsetup (8),
.BR openssl (1) .BR openssl (1)
.\" -------------------------------- .\" --------------------------------
.SH COPYRIGHT NOTICE .SH COPYRIGHT NOTICE
.B cryptmount .B cryptmount
is Copyright 2005-2019 RW Penney is Copyright 2005-2021 RW Penney
.br .br
and is supplied with NO WARRANTY. and is supplied with NO WARRANTY.
Licencing terms are as described in the file "COPYING" Licencing terms are as described in the file "COPYING"
within the cryptmount source distribution. within the cryptmount source distribution.
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