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non port: security/doorman/pkg-plist
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Number of commits found: 5

Thu, 13 Nov 2014
[ 09:02 antoine ] Original commit   Revision:372514
372514 security/ADMsmb/pkg-plist
372514 security/ADMsnmp/pkg-plist
372514 security/aescrypt/pkg-plist
372514 security/afterglow/pkg-plist
372514 security/aide/Makefile
372514 security/aide/pkg-plist
372514 security/amap/pkg-plist
372514 security/amavis-stats/Makefile
372514 security/amavis-stats/files/patch-amavis-stats
372514 security/amavis-stats/pkg-plist

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Cleanup plist
Tue, 8 Jul 2014
[ 11:26 pawel ] Original commit   Revision:361220
361220 security/doorman/Makefile
361220 security/doorman/pkg-descr
361220 security/doorman/pkg-plist
- Add staging support
- Remove author tag from pkg-descr
Sun, 22 Jan 2006
[ 02:50 edwin ] Original commit 
1.8 security/amap/pkg-plist
1.10 security/antivir-milter/pkg-plist
1.5 security/audit/pkg-plist
1.9 security/base/pkg-plist
1.2 security/dazuko/pkg-plist
1.3 security/doorman/pkg-plist
1.3 security/f-prot-sig/pkg-plist
1.9 security/f-prot/pkg-plist
1.5 security/fakeroot/pkg-plist
1.34 security/gnupg/pkg-plist

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Replace ugly "@unexec rmdir %D... 2>/dev/null || true" with @dirrmtry

Approved by:    krion@
PR:             ports/88711 (related)
Mon, 30 May 2005
[ 16:31 pav ] Original commit 
1.4 security/doorman/Makefile
1.1 security/doorman/files/doorman.sh.in
1.1 security/doorman/files/ipf_add.atend
1.1 security/doorman/files/ipf_add.before_block
1.1 security/doorman/files/ipf_delete
1.1 security/doorman/files/patch-doormand.c
1.1 security/doorman/files/pkg-message.in
1.2 security/doorman/pkg-descr
1.2 security/doorman/pkg-message
1.2 security/doorman/pkg-plist
- Fix doormand to work on FreeBSD
- Replace broken ipf* script
- RCng script

PR:             ports/81615
Submitted by:   Lupe Christoph <lupe@lupe-christoph.de> (maintainer)
Thu, 12 Aug 2004
[ 17:27 sem ] Original commit 
1.538 security/Makefile
1.1 security/doorman/Makefile
1.1 security/doorman/distinfo
1.1 security/doorman/pkg-descr
1.1 security/doorman/pkg-message
1.1 security/doorman/pkg-plist
Doorman is a port knocking implementation which allows a server to run
silently, invisibly, with all TCP ports closed except to those who know...
the secret knock!

PR:             ports/70186
Submitted by:   Aaron Dalton <aaron@daltons.ca>

Number of commits found: 5

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