Provided by: chkboot_1.3-8_all
chkboot - checks for unwanted modification on unencrypted /boot partition
Checks for any modification to your boot files since last run. --update, -u Mark changes as valid. Next run of chkboot will not warn about differences. --help, -h Show this help message and exit. chkboot runs at system startup to check for boot files modifications. User will be warn upon login if any are found. Kernel upgrade are automatically marked as valid. Configurations, such as boot partition, can be edited in: /etc/default/chkboot
Acknowledge a detected changed after chkboot have displayed a warning: chkboot Clear valid modifications made by users: chkboot -u
• man chkboot-check and man chkboot-desktopalert
• GPT partitions are not supported. As chkboot will continue to work, it will not report changes in GPT headers (only protective MBR).
Ju <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Giancarlo Razzolini <email@example.com>, Chris Warner <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Kevin MacMartin <email@example.com>