lxc 3.0.3-0ubuntu1~16.04.1 source package in Ubuntu

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lxc (3.0.3-0ubuntu1~16.04.1) xenial-backports; urgency=medium

  * Backport to Xenial.

 -- St├ęphane Graber <email address hidden>  Wed, 19 Dec 2018 23:25:28 -0500

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St├ęphane Graber on 2018-12-20
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Xenial
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Architectures:
linux-any all
Section:
admin
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

liblxc-common: Linux Containers userspace tools (common tools)

 Containers are insulated areas inside a system, which have their own namespace
 for filesystem, network, PID, IPC, CPU and memory allocation and which can be
 created using the Control Group and Namespace features included in the Linux
 kernel.
 .
 This package contains a few binaries and security profiles required by
 all liblxc users.

liblxc-common-dbgsym: debug symbols for package liblxc-common

 Containers are insulated areas inside a system, which have their own namespace
 for filesystem, network, PID, IPC, CPU and memory allocation and which can be
 created using the Control Group and Namespace features included in the Linux
 kernel.
 .
 This package contains a few binaries and security profiles required by
 all liblxc users.

liblxc-dev: Linux Containers userspace tools (development)

 Containers are insulated areas inside a system, which have their own namespace
 for filesystem, network, PID, IPC, CPU and memory allocation and which can be
 created using the Control Group and Namespace features included in the Linux
 kernel.
 .
 This package contains the development files.

liblxc1: Linux Containers userspace tools (library)

 Containers are insulated areas inside a system, which have their own namespace
 for filesystem, network, PID, IPC, CPU and memory allocation and which can be
 created using the Control Group and Namespace features included in the Linux
 kernel.
 .
 This package contains the libraries.

liblxc1-dbgsym: debug symbols for package liblxc1

 Containers are insulated areas inside a system, which have their own namespace
 for filesystem, network, PID, IPC, CPU and memory allocation and which can be
 created using the Control Group and Namespace features included in the Linux
 kernel.
 .
 This package contains the libraries.

libpam-cgfs: PAM module for managing cgroups for LXC

 Containers are insulated areas inside a system, which have their own namespace
 for filesystem, network, PID, IPC, CPU and memory allocation and which can be
 created using the Control Group and Namespace features included in the Linux
 kernel.
 .
 This provides a Pluggable Authentication Module (PAM) to provide
 logged-in users with a set of cgroups which they can administer.
 This allows for instance unprivileged containers, and session
 management using cgroup process tracking.

libpam-cgfs-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libpam-cgfs

 Containers are insulated areas inside a system, which have their own namespace
 for filesystem, network, PID, IPC, CPU and memory allocation and which can be
 created using the Control Group and Namespace features included in the Linux
 kernel.
 .
 This provides a Pluggable Authentication Module (PAM) to provide
 logged-in users with a set of cgroups which they can administer.
 This allows for instance unprivileged containers, and session
 management using cgroup process tracking.

lxc: Transitional package for lxc1

 This is a transitional dummy package. It can safely be removed.
 .
 The currently recommended LXC experience is available as lxc2 and is
 provided by LXD using the LXC backend.

lxc-dev: Linux Containers userspace tools (development)

 Containers are insulated areas inside a system, which have their own namespace
 for filesystem, network, PID, IPC, CPU and memory allocation and which can be
 created using the Control Group and Namespace features included in the Linux
 kernel.
 .
 This package contains the development files.

lxc-utils: Linux Containers userspace tools

 Containers are insulated areas inside a system, which have their own namespace
 for filesystem, network, PID, IPC, CPU and memory allocation and which can be
 created using the Control Group and Namespace features included in the Linux
 kernel.
 .
 This package provides the lxc-* tools, which can be used to start a single
 daemon in a container, or to boot an entire "containerized" system, and to
 manage and debug your containers.

lxc-utils-dbgsym: debug symbols for package lxc-utils

 Containers are insulated areas inside a system, which have their own namespace
 for filesystem, network, PID, IPC, CPU and memory allocation and which can be
 created using the Control Group and Namespace features included in the Linux
 kernel.
 .
 This package provides the lxc-* tools, which can be used to start a single
 daemon in a container, or to boot an entire "containerized" system, and to
 manage and debug your containers.

lxc1: Linux Containers userspace tools

 Containers are insulated areas inside a system, which have their own namespace
 for filesystem, network, PID, IPC, CPU and memory allocation and which can be
 created using the Control Group and Namespace features included in the Linux
 kernel.
 .
 This package provides the lxc-* tools, which can be used to start a single
 daemon in a container, or to boot an entire "containerized" system, and to
 manage and debug your containers.