evdi 1.9.1-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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evdi (1.9.1-1ubuntu1) hirsute; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release 1.9.1
  * Fix build with Linux 5.11 (LP: #1923638)
    - debian/patches/0001-Merge-branch-private-dczerwik-enable-cursor-ioctl-in.patch
    - debian/patches/0002-Add-support-for-5.11-and-5.12-kernels.patch

 -- Paolo Pisati <email address hidden>  Thu, 01 Apr 2021 14:24:23 +0000

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Paolo Pisati
Sponsored by:
Seth Forshee
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Hirsute
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misc
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Binary packages built by this source

evdi-dkms: Extensible Virtual Display Interface driver kernel module

 The Extensible Virtual Display Interface (EVDI) is a Linux kernel
 module that enables management of multiple screens, allowing user-space
 programs to take control over what happens with the image. It is
 essentially a virtual display you can add, remove and receive
 screen updates for, in an application that uses the libevdi library.
 .
 The module and library is part of the DisplayLink Ubuntu development
 which enables support for DisplayLink USB 3.0 devices on Ubuntu.
 .
 Please note that this is NOT a complete driver for DisplayLink devices.
 .
 This package installs the kernel module needed for creating the virtual
 displays.

libevdi0: Extensible Virtual Display Interface driver client library

 The Extensible Virtual Display Interface (EVDI) is a Linux kernel
 module that enables management of multiple screens, allowing user-space
 programs to take control over what happens with the image. It is
 essentially a virtual display you can add, remove and receive
 screen updates for, in an application that uses the libevdi library.
 .
 The module and library is part of the DisplayLink Ubuntu development
 which enables support for DisplayLink USB 3.0 devices on Ubuntu.
 .
 Please note that this is NOT a complete driver for DisplayLink devices.
 .
 This package installs the client library used for interfacing with
 the evdi kernel module.

libevdi0-dbgsym: debug symbols for libevdi0
libevdi0-dev: EVDI driver client library dev package

 The Extensible Virtual Display Interface (EVDI) is a Linux kernel
 module that enables management of multiple screens, allowing user-space
 programs to take control over what happens with the image. It is
 essentially a virtual display you can add, remove and receive
 screen updates for, in an application that uses the libevdi library.
 .
 The module and library is part of the DisplayLink Ubuntu development
 which enables support for DisplayLink USB 3.0 devices on Ubuntu.
 .
 Please note that this is NOT a complete driver for DisplayLink devices.
 .
 This is the development package for evdi clients. It is only needed
 for compiling evdi client software. End-users do not need this package.