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NAME

       bootmail - email a list of address a signed message of logs when this system (re)boots

DESCRIPTION

       bootmail  is  a program called at reboot by cron(8), perhaps useful for unattended, remote
       servers.

       It  will  read  a  list  of   one   or   more   comma-separated   email   addresses   from
       /etc/bootmail/recipients,  and  then  loop  over  a list of white-space separated files in
       /etc/bootmail/logs, and construct an email.

       By default, the email will at least consist of the hostname of the system,  the  time  and
       date of the boot, as well as the contents of /var/log/boot.log and /etc/motd.

       bootmail  will also cryptographically sign the email message using rootsign(1) and gpg(1).
       To verify the signature,  you  will  need  to  gpg  --import  the  public  key  stored  in
       /etc/rootsign.pub.

       bootmail  can  optionally encrypt the email messages as well, by listing a comma-separated
       list of recipient gpg(1) key id's in the configuration file I/etc/bootmail/gpgkeys.

FILES

       I/etc/bootmail/gpg.conf,           /etc/bootmail/logs,           /etc/bootmail/recipients,
       I/etc/bootmail/gpgkeys

SEE ALSO

       cron(8), gpg(1), mail(1), rootsign(8)

       http://launchpad.net/bootmail

AUTHOR

       This  manpage  and  the  utility were written by Dustin Kirkland <kirkland@ubuntu.com> for
       Ubuntu systems (but may be used by others).  Permission is  granted  to  copy,  distribute
       and/or  modify  this  document  and  the utility under the terms of the GNU General Public
       License, Version 3 published by the Free Software Foundation.

       The complete text of the GNU General Public License can  be  found  in  /usr/share/common-
       licenses/GPL      on      Debian/Ubuntu      systems,     or     on     the     web     at
       http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt.