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library for forensics analysis (debug symbols)

The Sleuth Kit (previously known as TASK) is a collection of UNIX-based command line file and volume system forensic analysis tools. The file system tools allow you to examine file systems of a suspect computer in a non-intrusive fashion. Because the tools do not rely on the operating system to process the file systems, deleted and hidden content is shown.

The volume system (media management) tools allow you to examine the layout of disks and other media. The Sleuth Kit supports DOS partitions, BSD partitions (disk labels), Mac partitions, Sun slices (Volume Table of Contents), and GPT disks. With these tools, you can identify where partitions are located and extract them so that they can be analyzed with file system analysis tools.

This package contains debugging symbols for the library.

Package version:3.2.3-2


sleuthkit (3.2.3-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Team upload.
  * Fix build with dpkg < 1.16.1 
  * Fix symbols files for ia64 and armel

 -- Julien Valroff <>  Fri, 14 Oct 2011 19:52:20 +0200

sleuthkit (3.2.3-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Team upload.

  [ Daniel T Chen ]
  * Refresh 90_fix_ldflags.diff.
  * Update libtsk3-3 symbols files for 3.2.2.

  [ Julien Valroff ]
  * Fix D


This program does not distribute an official ChangeLog file. You
can generate one from the subversion repository though using the
following command:

    svn log

For a specific release, try something like:

    svn log

and replace 3.0.0 with the version you are interested in. 


Upstream-Name: The Sleuth Kit (TSK)
Upstream-Contact: Brian Carrier <>

Files: *
Copyright: 2001-2009, Brian Carrier <>
License: CPL-1.0 or IBM-PL-1.0

Files: debian/*
Copyright: 2003-2004, Mattia Monga <>

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