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  1. 70
      ABOUT ME
  2. 64
      BUILD_INSTRUCTIONS
  3. 255
      CMakeLists.txt
  4. 18
      COPYING
  5. 74
      COPYRIGHT
  6. 354
      GPLv2
  7. 674
      GPLv3
  8. 18
      LICENSE
  9. 8
      README
  10. 4
      README.md
  11. 41
      changelog
  12. 26
      cmake_uninstall.cmake.in
  13. 28
      debian_package_info/BINARY_INSTALL_INSTRUCTIONS
  14. 121
      debian_package_info/BUILD_INSTRUCTIONS
  15. 15
      debian_package_info/changelog
  16. 1
      debian_package_info/compat
  17. 15
      debian_package_info/control
  18. 72
      debian_package_info/copyright
  19. 5
      debian_package_info/cryfs-gui.install
  20. 2
      debian_package_info/docs
  21. 2
      debian_package_info/menu
  22. 0
      debian_package_info/patches/series
  23. 17
      debian_package_info/rules
  24. 1
      debian_package_info/source/format
  25. 6
      debian_package_info/watch
  26. BIN
      images/cryfs-gui.jpeg
  27. 52
      rpm/BUILD_INSTRUCTIONS
  28. 77
      rpm/sirikali.spec
  29. 10032
      src/3rdParty/json.hpp
  30. 258
      src/checkforupdates.cpp
  31. 46
      src/checkforupdates.h
  32. 249
      src/dialogmsg.cpp
  33. 65
      src/dialogmsg.h
  34. 316
      src/dialogmsg.ui
  35. 285
      src/favorites.cpp
  36. 70
      src/favorites.h
  37. 190
      src/favorites.ui
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      src/file.png
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      src/folder.png
  40. 11
      src/icon.qrc
  41. 11
      src/icon.qrc.depends
  42. 877
      src/keydialog.cpp
  43. 180
      src/keydialog.h
  44. 238
      src/keydialog.ui
  45. BIN
      src/keyfile.png
  46. 23
      src/lxqt_wallet/BUILD_INSTRUCTIONS
  47. 7
      src/lxqt_wallet/CMakeLists.txt
  48. 29
      src/lxqt_wallet/LICENSE
  49. 17
      src/lxqt_wallet/README.md
  50. 2
      src/lxqt_wallet/SOURCE
  51. 25
      src/lxqt_wallet/backend/CMakeLists.txt
  52. 56
      src/lxqt_wallet/backend/README
  53. 1367
      src/lxqt_wallet/backend/lxqtwallet.c
  54. 460
      src/lxqt_wallet/backend/lxqtwallet.h
  55. 4
      src/lxqt_wallet/changelog
  56. 305
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/CMakeLists.txt
  57. 16
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/README
  58. 296
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/changepassworddialog.cpp
  59. 117
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/changepassworddialog.h
  60. 235
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/changepassworddialog.ui
  61. 361
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/libsecret.c
  62. 9
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/libsecret/CMakeLists.txt
  63. 359
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/lxqt_internal_wallet.cpp
  64. 126
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/lxqt_internal_wallet.h
  65. 240
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/lxqt_kwallet.cpp
  66. 111
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/lxqt_kwallet.h
  67. 301
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/lxqt_libsecret.cpp
  68. 120
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/lxqt_libsecret.h
  69. 202
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/lxqt_wallet.cpp
  70. 306
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/lxqt_wallet.h
  71. 172
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/password_dialog.cpp
  72. 92
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/password_dialog.h
  73. 173
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/password_dialog.ui
  74. 361
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/secret_service.c
  75. 485
      src/lxqt_wallet/frontend/task.h
  76. 35
      src/main.cpp
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      src/module.png
  78. 132
      src/mountinfo.cpp
  79. 64
      src/mountinfo.h
  80. 200
      src/networkAccessManager.hpp
  81. 135
      src/oneinstance.cpp
  82. 67
      src/oneinstance.h
  83. 94
      src/options.cpp
  84. 60
      src/options.h
  85. 140
      src/options.ui
  86. BIN
      src/partition.png
  87. 170
      src/plugin.cpp
  88. 77
      src/plugin.h
  89. 156
      src/plugin.ui
  90. 102
      src/plugins.h
  91. 101
      src/readonlywarning.cpp
  92. 60
      src/readonlywarning.h
  93. 64
      src/readonlywarning.ui
  94. 108
      src/secrets.cpp
  95. 75
      src/secrets.h
  96. 1218
      src/sirikali.cpp
  97. 151
      src/sirikali.h
  98. BIN
      src/sirikali.png
  99. 63
      src/sirikali.pro
  100. 141
      src/sirikali.ui

70
ABOUT ME

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Name : Francis Banyikwa
Email : mhogomchungu@gmail.com
git repo: https://github.com/mhogomchungu
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BUILD_INSTRUCTIONS

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This tool depends on the following packages installed to build, their precise name may differ in your distro.
Look in "debian" or "debian_package_info" folder for information on how to build a debian package.
3. For Qt4 build(libqt4-devel,libqt4-network,libqtcore4,libqtgui4)
For Qt5 build(qt5-base-devel or a packages that provides Qt5Core-devel,Qt5Gui-devel,Qt5Network-devel)
4. gcc
5. gcc-c++
7. cmake
8.
9. libgcrypt-devel libgcrypt11-dev
10.libsecret-devel or libsecret-1-dev( optional dependency to store keys in gnome's libsecret )
11.kde-devel( optional dependency to store keys in kde's kwallet )
12.pkg-config
To build cryfs-gui with default options,run these 5 commands from inside cryfs-gui source folder.
*****************************************************************************************************
mkdir build
cd build
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr -DQT5=true -DNOSECRETSUPPORT=false -DINTERNAL_LXQT_WALLET=false -DNOKDESUPPORT=false -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=RELEASE . ..
make
make install( or sudo make install )
*****************************************************************************************************
The build system now uses GNUInstallDirs (https://cmake.org/cmake/help/v3.5/module/GNUInstallDirs.html), so pretty much all directories can be controlled properly.
meaning of different options:
-DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr
This option tells the build process to install project's files in "/usr/".
-DCMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR=lib
This option specifies the base directory where libraries should be installed. Normally, this is automatically detected.
-DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=RELEASE
This option tells the build process to build the project in release mode.This mode is most suitable for non developers.
-DQT5=true
This option tells the build process to build GUI components using Qt5.Set the option to "false" if you want to build using Qt4.
-DNOSECRETSUPPORT=false
This option tells the build process to add gnome's libsecret secure storage of passwords.Set this option to "true" if
you do not want libsecret's support.
-DNOKDESUPPORT=false
This option tells the build process to add KDE's secure storage of passwords.Set this option to "true" if you do not
want KDE wallet support.
-DINTERNAL_LXQT_WALLET=false
This project depends on lxqt_wallet project and it ships with an internal copy of the project. Set this option to "true"
if you want zuluCrypt to unconditionally use the internal copy of the project or to "false" to make the build process
use a system installed version if found.
Build errors/test fails/feature requests/recommendations can be reported at: https://github.com/mhogomchungu/SiriKali/issues
or using my private email address at: mhogomchungu@gmail.com

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CMakeLists.txt

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cmake_minimum_required( VERSION 2.6 )
cmake_policy( SET CMP0017 OLD )
cmake_policy( SET CMP0002 OLD )
set_property( GLOBAL PROPERTY ALLOW_DUPLICATE_CUSTOM_TARGETS ON )
project( sirikali )
add_definitions( -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -Wextra -Wall -pedantic )
include_directories( ${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR} )
INCLUDE( GNUInstallDirs )
# uninstall target
configure_file(
"${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/cmake_uninstall.cmake.in"
"${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}/cmake_uninstall.cmake"
IMMEDIATE @ONLY )
add_custom_target( uninstall
COMMAND ${CMAKE_COMMAND} -P ${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}/cmake_uninstall.cmake )
INCLUDE(CMakeDependentOption)
INCLUDE(FindPkgConfig)
add_definitions( -D_DEFAULT_SOURCE -fstack-protector-all --param ssp-buffer-size=4 )
include_directories( ${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR} )
if( LIB_SUFFIX )
set( CMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR "${LIB_SUFFIX}" )
set( CMAKE_INSTALL_FULL_LIBDIR "${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX}/${LIB_SUFFIX}" )
endif()
pkg_check_modules( PWQUALITY pwquality )
if( PWQUALITY_FOUND )
find_file( header_pwquality pwquality.h PATHS ${PWQUALITY_INCLUDE_DIRS} )
find_library( library_pwquality libpwquality.so )
if( library_pwquality )
if( header_pwquality )
file( WRITE ${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}/can_build_pwquality.h "#define BUILD_PWQUALITY 1\n" )
file( APPEND ${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}/can_build_pwquality.h "extern \"C\"\n{\n#include <${header_pwquality}>\n}" )
else()
file( WRITE ${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}/can_build_pwquality.h "#define BUILD_PWQUALITY 0\n" )
endif()
else( library_pwquality )
file( WRITE ${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}/can_build_pwquality.h "#define BUILD_PWQUALITY 0\n" )
endif()
else()
file( WRITE ${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}/can_build_pwquality.h "#define BUILD_PWQUALITY 0\n" )
endif()
file( WRITE ${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}/locale_path.h "\n#define TRANSLATION_PATH \"${CMAKE_INSTALL_FULL_DATADIR}/sirikali/translations/\"\n")
file( WRITE ${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}/install_prefix.h "\n#define INSTALL_PREFIX \"${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX}/\"\n" )
set( PGR_VERSION "1.0.0" )
file( WRITE ${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}/version.h "
#ifndef THIS_VERSION
#define THIS_VERSION \"${PGR_VERSION}\"
#endif
\n
#ifndef SIRIKALI_VERSION
#define SIRIKALI_VERSION
#define VERSION_STRING \"Version : ${PGR_VERSION}\\nCopyright: 2016 Francis Banyikwa,mhogomchungu@gmail.com\\nLicense : GPLv2+\"
#endif
\n" )
if( NOT DEFINED INTERNAL_LXQT_WALLET )
set( INTERNAL_LXQT_WALLET "false" )
endif()
if( NOT DEFINED QT5 )
set( QT5 "true" )
endif()
if( INTERNAL_LXQT_WALLET )
message( STATUS "---------------------------------------------------------------------------" )
message( STATUS "lxqt wallet support will be provided by an internal library" )
message( STATUS "---------------------------------------------------------------------------" )
ADD_SUBDIRECTORY( src/lxqt_wallet )
include_directories( ${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR}/src/lxqt_wallet/frontend )
else()
pkg_check_modules( LXQT_WALLET lxqt-wallet )
if( NOT LXQT_WALLET_FOUND )
message( STATUS "ERROR: could not find lxqt_wallet package" )
message( STATUS "---------------------------------------------------------------------------" )
message( STATUS "lxqt wallet support will be provided by an internal library" )
message( STATUS "---------------------------------------------------------------------------" )
ADD_SUBDIRECTORY( src/lxqt_wallet )
include_directories( ${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR}/src/lxqt_wallet/frontend )
else()
if( LXQT_WALLET_VERSION VERSION_GREATER "2.0.0" )
include_directories( ${LXQT_WALLET_INCLUDEDIR} )
link_directories( ${LXQT_WALLET_LIBDIR} )
message( STATUS "---------------------------------------------------------------------------" )
message( STATUS "lxqt wallet support will be provided by an external library" )
message( STATUS "---------------------------------------------------------------------------" )
else()
message( STATUS "---------------------------------------------------------------------------" )
message( STATUS "lxqt wallet support will be provided by an internal library" )
message( STATUS "because external library is too old(<= 2.0.0)" )
message( STATUS "---------------------------------------------------------------------------" )
ADD_SUBDIRECTORY( src/lxqt_wallet )
include_directories( ${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR}/src/lxqt_wallet/frontend )
endif()
endif()
endif()
add_definitions( -std=c++11 )
set( UI_FILES src/sirikali.ui
src/keydialog.ui
src/dialogmsg.ui
src/plugin.ui
src/favorites.ui
src/readonlywarning.ui
src/walletconfig.ui
src/walletconfiginput.ui
src/options.ui
)
set( MOC_FILES src/sirikali.h
src/keydialog.h
src/oneinstance.h
src/mountinfo.h
src/dialogmsg.h
src/plugin.h
src/favorites.h
src/readonlywarning.h
src/walletconfig.h
src/walletconfiginput.h
src/utility.h
src/options.h
src/networkAccessManager.hpp
src/task.h
)
set( SRC src/main.cpp
src/sirikali.cpp
src/keydialog.cpp
src/siritask.cpp
src/oneinstance.cpp
src/mountinfo.cpp
src/utility.cpp
src/dialogmsg.cpp
src/favorites.cpp
src/checkforupdates.cpp
src/plugin.cpp
src/tablewidget.cpp
src/readonlywarning.cpp
src/walletconfig.cpp
src/walletconfiginput.cpp
src/options.cpp
src/secrets.cpp
)
if( QT5 )
find_package( Qt5Widgets REQUIRED )
find_package( Qt5Core REQUIRED )
find_package( Qt5Network REQUIRED )
set( CMAKE_INCLUDE_CURRENT_DIR ON )
include_directories( ${Qt5Widgets_INCLUDE_DIRS} )
include_directories( ${Qt5Network_INCLUDE_DIRS} )
add_definitions( ${Qt5Widgets_DEFINITIONS} )
QT5_WRAP_UI( UI ${UI_FILES} )
QT5_WRAP_CPP( MOC ${MOC_FILES} )
QT5_ADD_RESOURCES( TRAY_RC_SRCS src/icon.qrc )
INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES( ${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR} )
add_executable( sirikali ${MOC} ${UI} ${SRC} ${TRAY_RC_SRCS} )
TARGET_LINK_LIBRARIES( sirikali ${Qt5Widgets_LIBRARIES} ${Qt5Core_LIBRARIES} ${Qt5Widgets_LIBRARIES} ${Qt5Network_LIBRARIES} ${library_pwquality} -lgcrypt lxqt-wallet )
message( STATUS "---------------------------------------------------------------------------" )
message( STATUS "Building GUI components using Qt5" )
message( STATUS "---------------------------------------------------------------------------\n\n" )
else()
find_package( Qt4 REQUIRED )
add_definitions( -I${Qt4_INCLUDE_DIR} )
add_definitions( -I${QT_HEADERS_DIR} )
INCLUDE( ${QT_USE_FILE} )
INCLUDE( ${QT_USE_FILE} )
INCLUDE( ${QT_USE_FILE} )
QT4_WRAP_UI( UI ${UI_FILES} )
QT4_WRAP_CPP( MOC ${MOC_FILES} )
QT4_ADD_RESOURCES( TRAY_RC_SRCS src/icon.qrc )
INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES( ${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR} )
add_executable( sirikali ${MOC} ${UI} ${SRC} ${TRAY_RC_SRCS} )
TARGET_LINK_LIBRARIES( sirikali -lQtCore -lQtGui -lQtNetwork ${library_pwquality} -lgcrypt lxqt-wallet )
message( STATUS "---------------------------------------------------------------------------" )
message( STATUS "Building GUI components using Qt4" )
message( STATUS "---------------------------------------------------------------------------\n\n" )
endif()
set_target_properties( sirikali PROPERTIES COMPILE_FLAGS "-Wextra -Wall -s -fPIC -pedantic" )
install( TARGETS sirikali RUNTIME DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_BINDIR} )
install( FILES ${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}/sirikali.desktop
DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_DATAROOTDIR}/applications
PERMISSIONS OWNER_READ OWNER_WRITE OWNER_EXECUTE GROUP_READ GROUP_EXECUTE WORLD_READ WORLD_EXECUTE
)
install( FILES src/sirikali.png DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_DATAROOTDIR}/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps/ )
install( FILES src/sirikali.png DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_DATAROOTDIR}/pixmaps )
install( FILES translations/en_US.qm DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_DATADIR}/sirikali/translations )
install( FILES translations/fr_FR.qm DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_DATADIR}/sirikali/translations )
#install( FILES sirikali.png DESTINATION share/icons/hicolor/32x32/apps )
# desktop file section
file( WRITE ${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}/sirikali.desktop
"[Desktop Entry]
Comment[en_US]=
Comment=
Exec=${CMAKE_INSTALL_FULL_BINDIR}/sirikali -d %U
GenericName[en_US]=Encrypted Folder Manager
GenericName=Encrypted Folder Manager
Icon=sirikali
Name[en_US]=SiriKali
Name=SiriKali
NoDisplay=false
StartupNotify=true
Terminal=false
Type=Application
Categories=Security;Utility;Qt;X-MandrivaLinux-System-FileTools;\n")

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copyright (c) 2016
name : Francis Banyikwa
email: mhogomchungu@gmail.com
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
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copyright (c) 2016
name : Francis Banyikwa
email: mhogomchungu@gmail.com
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

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cryfs-gui
=========
cryfs-gui is a Qt/C++ front end to cryfs[1][2]
[1] https://www.cryfs.org/
[2] https://github.com/cryfs

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SiriKali
=========
Project's main page is at: https://github.com/mhogomchungu/SiriKali

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version 1.0.0
-- Initial release.
-- Can create and unlock Cryfs Volumes.
-- Can create and unlock Encfs Volumes.
-- Can create and unlock Gocryptfs Volumes.
-- Can create and unlock Securefs Volumes.
-- Can save and retrieve volumes keys from KDE wallet,GNOME's libsecret and an internal
secured storage system backed by libgcrypt.
-- Can save favorite volumes for easier access to frequently used volumes.
-- Can use keys derived from passphrases,keyfiles and a combination of a passphrase and a keyfile.
-- Can be build with Qt4(default) or with Qt5.
-- Can measure password strength when creating a new volume.
The support is added using libpwquality project: https://fedorahosted.org/libpwquality/
-- Add ability to unmount all volumes at the same time(Menu->UnmountAll)
-- Add ability to generate mounting dialog with a single action(Menu->Favorites->Mount All)
-- Add French translations.
-- Add ability to auto unlock a volume from CLI.An example of how to do this is:
cryfs_gui -d /home/mtz/cryfs.volume -b "internal"
The "-b" option gives a passphrase storage backend to use to retrieve the password to unlock
the volume. Currently,only 3 backends are supported:
1. "internal" backend is always there and its backed by libgcrypt.
2. "kwallet" is backed by KDE wallet is a compile time dependency of the project.
3. "gnomewallet" is backed by GNOME's libsecret and is a compile time dependency of the project.
Set the backend to use a blank passphrase(not recommended) if you want to be able to unlock
your volumes without being prompt for a backend password.
-- Add support for unlocking a cryfs volume using an external config file.
-- Add a GUI ability to show cryfs file system space utilization.
-- Add a menu entry to set default mount point path prefix.
-- Add a convenient "HMAC+KeyFile" option to use a keyfile with an empty passphrase
as a volume password. "Key+KeyFile" option is to be used if volume passphrase is to be a combination
of a password and a keyfile. Both of these two options are better than using a "KeyFile" option
because keyfiles will most likely be trancated on the first new line character encountered and al the
contents of the keyfile may not be used leading to weak passphrase.

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cmake_policy(SET CMP0007 NEW)
if (NOT EXISTS "@CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR@/install_manifest.txt")
message(FATAL_ERROR "Cannot find install manifest: \"@CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR@/install_manifest.txt\"")
endif(NOT EXISTS "@CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR@/install_manifest.txt")
file(READ "@CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR@/install_manifest.txt" files)
string(REGEX REPLACE "\n" ";" files "${files}")
list(REVERSE files)
foreach (file ${files})
message(STATUS "Uninstalling \"$ENV{DESTDIR}${file}\"")
if (EXISTS "$ENV{DESTDIR}${file}")
execute_process(
COMMAND @CMAKE_COMMAND@ -E remove "$ENV{DESTDIR}${file}"
OUTPUT_VARIABLE rm_out
RESULT_VARIABLE rm_retval
)
if(NOT ${rm_retval} EQUAL 0)
message(FATAL_ERROR "Problem when removing \"$ENV{DESTDIR}${file}\"")
endif (NOT ${rm_retval} EQUAL 0)
else (EXISTS "$ENV{DESTDIR}${file}")
message(STATUS "File \"$ENV{DESTDIR}${file}\" does not exist.")
endif (EXISTS "$ENV{DESTDIR}${file}")
endforeach(file)

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This package contains debian packages for 32 bit systems and 64 bit systems.
Packages for 32 bit systems are in i386 folder.
Packages for 64 bit systems are in amd64 folder.
Use packages that match your computer architecture.
To install this packages,just click on it and see if your system understands how to
install debian packages.
If your system does not understand how to install debian packages by clicking on them,then install
them using the following steps:
In debian:
1. Open the terminal.
2. Change directories to where the debian packages are.
3. Run the following command to install them: su -c "dpkg -i cryfs-gui*.deb"
4. Enter root's password when asked.
In Ubuntu:
1. Open the terminal.
2. Change directories to where the debian packages are.
3. Run the following command to install them: sudo dpkg -i cryfs-gui*.deb
4. Enter your password when asked.

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1. If this folder is named "debian_package_info" then rename it to "debian" before proceeding.
These instructions starts with howto on ubuntu or any other debian based distribtion that use "sudo" command
to gain root's privileges and then ends with howto on debian or any other debian based distribtion
that use "su" command to gain root's privileges.
ps: copy and paste all commands to make sure you dont mistype them.
ps: at step 4,make sure the version number on the command matches the version number of cryfs-gui you are building.
HOW TO BUILD A CRYFS-GUI PACKAGE ON UBUNTU OR ANY OTHER DEBIAN BASED DISTRIBUTION THAT USES "SUDO".
2. Install a package called "build-essential" by running the following command:
******************************************************************************************************
sudo apt-get install build-essential
******************************************************************************************************
3. Run the following command to make sure all required packages are installed:
******************************************************************************************************
sudo apt-get -f install tar xz-utils qtbase5-dev g++ cmake libgcrypt20-dev libsecret-1-dev pkg-config chrpath bzip2 debhelper
******************************************************************************************************
4. While on cryfs-gui's source folder,create a debian archive by running the following command:
******************************************************************************************************
tar cf - . | xz -zf - > ../SiriKali-1.0.0.orig.tar.xz
******************************************************************************************************
5. While still on cryfs-gui's source folder,create debian packages by runnning the following command:
******************************************************************************************************
dpkg-buildpackage -uc -us
******************************************************************************************************
6. Wait for the build process to finish and then look at zuluCrypt's source folder's parent folder for zuluCrypt
debian packages.