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OCAML-MD5SUMS(1)					User Contributed Perl Documentation					  OCAML-MD5SUMS(1)

NAME
ocaml-md5sum - Use and maintain ocaml md5sums registry files SYNOPSIS
ocaml-md5sum (compute|dep) [option ...] file ... ocaml-md5sum update [option ...] compute dump the content of the the md5sums files to output. dep compute dependencies of the package, using md5sums files that can be found. OPTIONS
--package pkg Set package name for development dependency. --runtime pkg Set package name for runtime dependency. --version ver Set package version for dependencies. --dump-info fn Dump ocamlobjinfo to file. --load-info fn Restore ocamlobjinfo from file. -v Increase verbosity. --my-version Print ocaml-md5sum version and exit. --nodefined unit Avoid export of OCaml unit into md5sums file. --dump-provides fn Write provides for the package into given file. --md5sums-dir dir Add directory to the list of directory looked for md5sums files. --checksum str Checksum to use. -help Print a brief help message and exits. -man Prints the manual page and exits. perl v5.14.2 2013-01-06 OCAML-MD5SUMS(1)

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DEBSUMS(1)							   User Commands							DEBSUMS(1)

NAME
debsums - check the MD5 sums of installed Debian packages SYNOPSIS
debsums [options] [package|deb] ... DESCRIPTION
Verify installed Debian package files against MD5 checksum lists from /var/lib/dpkg/info/*.md5sums. debsums can generate checksum lists from deb archives for packages that don't include one. OPTIONS
-a, --all Also check configuration files (normally excluded). -e, --config Only check configuration files. -c, --changed Report changed file list to stdout (implies -s). -l, --list-missing List packages (or debs) which don't have an MD5 sums file. -s, --silent Only report errors. -m, --md5sums=file Read list of deb checksums from file. -r, --root=dir Root directory to check (default /). -d, --admindir=dir dpkg admin directory (default /var/lib/dpkg). -p, --deb-path=dir[:dir...] Directories in which to look for debs derived from the package name (default is the current directory). A useful value is /var/cache/apt/archives when using apt-get autoclean or not clearing the cache at all. The command: apt-get --reinstall -d install `debsums -l` may be used to populate the cache with any debs not already in the cache. Note: This doesn't work for CD-ROM and other local sources as packages are not copied to /var/cache. Simple file sources (all debs in a single directory) should be added to the -p list. -g, --generate=[missing|all][,keep[,nocheck]] Generate MD5 sums from deb contents. If the argument is a package name rather than a deb archive, the program will look for a deb named package_version_arch.deb in the directories given by the -p option. missing Generate MD5 sums from the deb for packages which don't provide one. all Ignore the on disk sums and use the one supplied in the deb, or generated from it if none exists. keep Write the extracted/generated sums to /var/lib/dpkg/info/package.md5sums. nocheck Implies keep; the extracted/generated sums are not checked against the installed package. For backward compatibility, the short option -g is equivalent to --generate=missing. --no-locale-purge Report missing locale files even if localepurge is configured. --no-prelink Report changed ELF files even if prelink is configured. --ignore-permissions Treat permission errors as warnings when running as non-root. --help --version Print help and version information. EXIT STATUS
debsums returns 0 on success, or a combination* of the following values on error: 1 A specified package or archive name was not installed, invalid or the installed version did not match the given archive. 2 Changed or missing package files, or checksum mismatch on an archive. 255 Invalid option. *If both of the first two conditions are true, the exit status will be 3. EXAMPLES
debsums foo bar Check the sums for installed packages foo and bar. debsums foo.deb bar.deb As above, using checksums from (or generated from) the archives. debsums -l List installed packages with no checksums. debsums -ca List changed package files from all installed packages with checksums. debsums -ce List changed configuration files. debsums -cagp /var/cache/apt/archives As above, using sums from cached debs where available. apt-get install --reinstall $(dpkg -S $(debsums -c) | cut -d : -f 1 | sort -u) Reinstalls packages with changed files. RESULTS
OK The file's md5sum is good. FAILED The file's md5sum does not match. REPLACED The file has been replaced by a file from a different package. NOTES
The default installation of debsums package sets the debconf boolean value debsums/apt-autogen to be "true". This will create /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/90debsums as: DPkg::Post-Invoke { "debsums --generate=nocheck -sp /var/cache/apt/archives"; }; by the postinst script (>=2.0.7). Every APT controlled package installation processes will execute this code fragment to generate the missing md5sums files from the binary packages. In order to create md5sums files for the already installed packages, you must run debsums_init once after the installation of debsums pack- age. SEE ALSO
md5sum(1), debsums_init(8) ENVIRONMENT
TMPDIR Directory for extracting information and contents from package archives (/tmp by default). CAVEATS
While in general the program may be run as a normal user, some packages contain files which are not globally readable so cannot be checked. Privileges are of course also required when generating sums with the keep option set. Files which have been replaced by another package may be erroneously reported as changed. debsums is intended primarily as a way of determining what installed files have been locally modified by the administrator or damaged by media errors and is of limited use as a security tool. If you are looking for an integrity checker that can run from safe media, do integrity checks on checksum databases and can be easily con- figured to run periodically to warn the admin of changes see other tools such as: aide, integrit, samhain, or tripwire. AUTHOR
Written by Brendan O'Dea <bod@debian.org>. Based on a program by Christoph Lameter <clameter@debian.org> and Petr Cech <cech@debian.org>. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2002 Brendan O'Dea <bod@debian.org> This is free software, licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Debian 2007-11-29 DEBSUMS(1)
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