Package: cryptmount / 5.0-2

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Correct installation pathnames in documentation
--- a/README
+++ b/README
@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@
 
 An encrypted filing system must initially be created by the superuser.
 A basic setup can be created interactively by running the 'cryptmount-setup'
-program, which is typically installed in /usr/local/sbin/ .
+program, which is typically installed in /usr/sbin/ .
 
 If you wish to use more sophisticated setup options, the setup process
 will depend more on the details of the host system
@@ -74,14 +74,14 @@
 which will be mounted below /mnt/crypt, and where the 256-bit decryption key
 is protected by the builtin SHA1/Blowfish encryption engine.
 
-First create a configuration file (by default "/usr/local/etc/cryptmount/cmtab")
+First create a configuration file (by default "/etc/cryptmount/cmtab")
 that describes the encrypted filing system that we are about to create,
 containing:
 
     crypt {
         dev=/home/crypt.fs dir=/mnt/crypt
         fstype=ext2 mountoptions=defaults cipher=aes
-        keyfile=/usr/local/etc/cryptmount/crypt.key
+        keyfile=/etc/cryptmount/crypt.key
         keyformat=builtin
     }
 
@@ -98,7 +98,7 @@
 a raw disk partition in place of a loopback file.
 
 Thereafter, all information about the encrypted filing systems available
-for mounting with cryptmount is contained in /usr/local/etc/cryptmount/cmtab .
+for mounting with cryptmount is contained in /etc/cryptmount/cmtab .
 So, the following command, executed by an ordinary user,
 will make the filing system accessible below /mnt/crypt:
 
@@ -120,7 +120,7 @@
 this can be achieved using either 'systemd' or the supplied 'initscript'
 program which is normally automatically installed as /etc/init.d/cryptmount .
 Both of these mechanisms use the 'bootaction' parameter within
-/usr/local/etc/cryptmount/cmtab to adjust how each filesystem is
+/etc/cryptmount/cmtab to adjust how each filesystem is
 handled on system bootup.
 
 If using the 'initscript' program, you may need to create symbolic links
--- a/cmtab.example
+++ b/cmtab.example
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@
     cipher=serpent      # filesystem encryption
 
     # information about file used to store decryption key:
-    keyfile=/usr/local/etc/cryptmount/crypt_hdb63.key
+    keyfile=/etc/cryptmount/crypt_hdb63.key
     keyformat=openssl keyhash=md5 keycipher=bf-cbc
 }