Version 1.0.1 of audio-entropyd

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Release Notes: This release adds code that checks the quality of the random data; if it becomes bad, all data will be flushed until it is usable again.

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  •  01 May 2009 17:35
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    Release Notes: There are major bugfixes. Users are urged to install this release. It also adds ALSA support.

    •  05 Jun 2008 17:15
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    Release Notes: This release adds code that checks the quality of the random data; if it becomes bad, all data will be flushed until it is usable again.

    •  24 Nov 2002 07:05

    Release Notes: The sample-rate was lowered. The mixer-code was removed. The daemonise-function was changed to use daemon(...). The hashing-code was removed. Code that determines the amount of entropy in a buffer of data was added. The method of entropy-gathering was rewritten. Some code has been added to remove bias in the data.

    •  15 Sep 2002 12:05

    Release Notes: This release lets the daemon wait until the kernel signals that the lower threshold in /proc/sys/kernel/random/write_wakeup_threshold (number of bits) has been reached, then starts adding until the value of /proc/sys/kernel/random/poolsize (in bytes) has been reached. After a timeout, some entropy is still added (i.e.--wait), just like in version 0.0.0. The signals don't cause problems anymore with reading audio from the sound card.

    •  12 Sep 2002 10:24

    Release Notes: It is now possible to stop logging by sending SIGUSR2. Logging can be resumed by sending SIGUSR1.

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