Python extension for Kerberos-authenticated command execution
remctl is a client/server protocol for executing specific commands on a
remote system with Kerberos authentication. The allowable commands must
be listed in a server configuration file, and the executable run on the
server may be mapped to any command name. Each command is also
associated with an ACL containing a list of Kerberos principals
authorized to run that command.
This package contains the Python remctl extension, which provides native
Python bindings for the libremctl client library.
remctl (2.11-1) unstable; urgency=low
remctl now has an IANA-assigned port number (4373). The inetd.conf
entry for remctl-server will not be changed if an entry already exists,
but you may want to change port 4444 to 4373 once all your clients have
The remctl client (command-line or library) will attempt to connect to
4373 by default and fall back to 4444 if that fail
remctl (2.16-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release.
- Add Ruby bindings (install libremctl-ruby).
- Add support for PCRE and regex ACLs in the remctl server.
- remctld now sets REMCTL_COMMAND to the command run.
* Use dh_gencontrol -- -V to pass the PHP version substvar instead of
writing it to the substvars file.
* Switch to 3.0 (quilt) source format. Force a sin
User-Visible remctl Changes
remctl 2.16 (2010-05-02)
Add Ruby bindings contributed by Anthony M. Martinez, enabled with
--enable-ruby at configure time. These bindings are tested with Ruby
1.8 and may not work with older versions. See ruby/README for more
remctld now includes support for a PCRE (Perl-compatible regular
Packaged for Debian by Russ Allbery <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2005-02-03
It was downloaded from:
Browse inside python-remctl_2.16-1_i386.deb
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