Comment 3 for bug 1492129

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Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote :

This bug was fixed in the package systemd - 225-1ubuntu3

systemd (225-1ubuntu3) wily; urgency=medium

  * Enable libseccomp support for mips64, mips64el, and x32. (Closes: #797403)
  * debian/tests/networkd: Add hotplug tests.
  * Make networkd call if-up.d/ scripts when it brings up interfaces, to
    become compatible with ifupdown and NetworkManager for packages shipping
    hooks. (LP: #1492129)
    - Add debian/extra/units/networkd-if-up.d@.service: Wait for a particular
      interface to be up, and call if-up.d/ for it if it is managed by
      networkd. Correspondingly, call if-post-down.d/ scripts when stopping.
    - debian/extra/udev-helpers/net.agent: Start/stop
      networkd-if-up.d@.service when interfaces appear/go away.
    - debian/tests/networkd: Verify that if-up.d/ and if-post-down.d/ scripts
      get run for a networkd managed interface.
    - Note that if-pre-up.d/ and if-down.d/ scripts are *not* being called, as
      they are often not applicable for networkd (if-pre-up.d) and unreliable
  * Drop udev-finish. We needed this for the autogenerated CD and network
    interface names, but both are gone now.
  * Drop debian/udev.udev-fallback-graphics.upstart. The vesafb module has
    been compiled into the kernel in both Debian and Ubuntu for a fair while,
    this never had a systemd equivalent, and Debian never shipped the
    accompanying rules for determining $PRIMARY_DEVICE_FOR_DISPLAY.
  * debian/control: Remove some boilerplate from the long descriptions, to
    more easily get to the point what a specific package actually does.
  * debian/README.Debian: As systemd is the default init now, replace the
    documentation how to switch to systemd with how to switch back
    (temporarily or permanently) to SysV init. Also move that paragraph to the
    bottom as it's now less important.
  * debian/README.Debian: Add a hint why you may want to enable persistent
    journal, and suggest to uninstall system-log-daemon to avoid duplicate
  * debian/README.Debian: Add documentation about networkd integration.

 -- Martin Pitt <email address hidden> Wed, 09 Sep 2015 07:56:03 +0200