systemd 252.4-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


systemd (252.4-1ubuntu1) lunar; urgency=medium

  * Drop oomd-fix-unreachable-test-case-in-test-oomd-util.patch.
    Applied upstream:
    File: debian/patches/oomd-fix-unreachable-test-case-in-test-oomd-util.patch
  * Drop oomd-always-allow-root-owned-cgroups-to-set-ManagedOOMPre.patch.
    Applied upstream:
    File: debian/patches/oomd-always-allow-root-owned-cgroups-to-set-ManagedOOMPre.patch
  * debian/rules: remove explicit -fcf-protection flag.
    This is included in the default gcc flags on Ubuntu[1], so we do not need
    this anymore. Drop the diff to reduce our delta from Debian.
    File: debian/rules
  * Revert "Drop systemd.prerm safety check."
    This reverts commit 0244c4d56556317f14eecc2f51871969ef02ba7b.
    systemd does not run in a chroot, so /run/systemd/system should not
    exist in chroots. Debian has kept this without issue, so revert this in
    order to reduce delta with Debian.
    File: debian/systemd.prerm
  * Drop 0001-Revert-tests-add-test-case-for-UMask-BindPaths-combi.patch.
    This patch is specific to privileged LXD containers, which we are not
    testing anymore, so there is no need to carry the patch anymore.
    File: debian/patches/0001-Revert-tests-add-test-case-for-UMask-BindPaths-combi.patch
  * binfmt: fix systemd-binfmt in LXD containers (LP: #1999275)
    - debian/patches/lp1999275-binfmt-check-if-binfmt-is-mounted-before-applying-rules.patch
    - debian/patches/lp1999275-binfmt-util-also-check-if-binfmt-is-mounted-in-read-write.patch
    - debian/patches/lp1999275-binfmt-util-split-out-binfmt_mounted.patch
    - debian/patches/lp1999275-stat-util-introduce-fd_is_read_only_fs.patch
    - debian/patches/lp1999275-unit-check-more-specific-path-to-be-written-by-systemd-bi.patch
  * debian/patches: update test-skip-some-tests-when-machine-id-is-not-initialized.patch.
    The latest stable tag includes some, but not all patches which [1] needs
    to work correctly. For now, just simplify the `machine_id_initialized()`
    helper and make a note in the patch that the changes were forwarded
    File: debian/patches/test-skip-some-tests-when-machine-id-is-not-initialized.patch

systemd (252.4-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Enable p11kit. Backport patch to dlopen-ify p11kit support and enable
    it. (Closes: #1023635)
  * New upstream version 252.4. (Closes: #1026831 and fixes CVE-2022-4415)
  * Refresh patches
  * Bump Standards-Version to 4.6.2, no changes

systemd (252.3-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Skip flaky test_resolved_domain_restricted_dns in
    This test is part of DnsmasqClientTest and does not work reliably under
    LXC/debci, so skip it for the time being. (Closes: #1025908)

systemd (252.3-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version 252.3
  * Rebase patches

systemd (252.2-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Keep policykit-1 as alternative dependency to polkitd for systemd.
    This will make backports easier.
  * Update remaining policykit-1 (test) dependencies and prefer polkitd.
    Keep the policykit-1 dependency as alternative for easier backports.
    (Closes: #1025591)

systemd (252.2-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Helmut Grohne ]
  * Explicitly B-D on libcrypt-dev (Closes: #1024646)

  [ Nick Rosbrook ]
  * Add handling for /etc/default/locale to firstboot. The TEST-74-AUX-
    UTILS upstream test revealed that firstboot does not currently handle
    Debian's /etc/default/locale.

  [ Luca Boccassi ]
  * Build depend on dh-package-notes, sequence was removed. Only the
    makefile is in use now, no files are generated at build time as
    --package-metadata from the linkers is used now
  * New upstream version 252.2
  * Refresh patches

 -- Nick Rosbrook <email address hidden>  Wed, 04 Jan 2023 13:56:18 -0500

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libnss-myhostname: nss module providing fallback resolution for the current hostname

 This package contains a plugin for the Name Service Switch, providing host
 name resolution for the locally configured system hostname as returned by
 gethostname(2). It returns all locally configured public IP addresses or -- if
 none are configured, the IPv4 address (which is on the local
 loopback) and the IPv6 address ::1 (which is the local host).
 A lot of software relies on that the local host name is resolvable. This
 package provides an alternative to the fragile and error-prone manual editing
 of /etc/hosts.
 Installing this package automatically adds myhostname to /etc/nsswitch.conf.

libnss-myhostname-dbgsym: debug symbols for libnss-myhostname
libnss-mymachines: nss module to resolve hostnames for local container instances

 nss-mymachines is a plugin for the GNU Name Service Switch (NSS) functionality
 of the GNU C Library (glibc) providing hostname resolution for local containers
 that are registered with systemd-machined.service(8). The container names are
 resolved to IP addresses of the specific container, ordered by their scope.
 Installing this package automatically adds mymachines to /etc/nsswitch.conf.

libnss-mymachines-dbgsym: debug symbols for libnss-mymachines
libnss-resolve: nss module to resolve names via systemd-resolved

 nss-resolve is a plugin for the GNU Name Service Switch (NSS) functionality
 of the GNU C Library (glibc) providing DNS and LLMNR resolution to programs via
 the systemd-resolved daemon (provided in the systemd-resolved package).
 Installing this package automatically adds resolve to /etc/nsswitch.conf.

libnss-resolve-dbgsym: debug symbols for libnss-resolve
libnss-systemd: nss module providing dynamic user and group name resolution

 nss-systemd is a plug-in module for the GNU Name Service Switch (NSS)
 functionality of the GNU C Library (glibc), providing UNIX user and group name
 resolution for dynamic users and groups allocated through the DynamicUser=
 option in systemd unit files. See systemd.exec(5) for details on this
 Installing this package automatically adds the module to /etc/nsswitch.conf.

libnss-systemd-dbgsym: debug symbols for libnss-systemd
libpam-systemd: system and service manager - PAM module

 This package contains the PAM module which registers user sessions in
 the systemd control group hierarchy for logind.
 If in doubt, do install this package.
 Packages that depend on logind functionality need to depend on libpam-systemd.

libpam-systemd-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpam-systemd
libsystemd-dev: systemd utility library - development files

 This library provides APIs to interface with various system components such as
 the system journal, the system service manager, D-Bus and more.
 This package contains the files needed for developing applications that
 use libsystemd.

libsystemd-shared: systemd shared private library

 This internal shared library provides common code used by various systemd
 components. It is supposed to decrease memory and disk footprint.
 The shared library is not meant for public use and is not API or ABI stable.

libsystemd-shared-dbgsym: debug symbols for libsystemd-shared
libsystemd0: systemd utility library

 This library provides APIs to interface with various system components such as
 the system journal, the system service manager, D-Bus and more.

libsystemd0-dbgsym: debug symbols for libsystemd0
libudev-dev: libudev development files

 This library provides APIs to introspect and enumerate devices on the local
 This package contains the files needed for developing applications that
 use libudev.

libudev1: libudev shared library

 This library provides APIs to introspect and enumerate devices on the local

libudev1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libudev1
systemd: system and service manager

 systemd is a system and service manager for Linux. It provides aggressive
 parallelization capabilities, uses socket and D-Bus activation for starting
 services, offers on-demand starting of daemons, keeps track of processes using
 Linux control groups, maintains mount and automount points and implements an
 elaborate transactional dependency-based service control logic.
 Installing the systemd package will not switch your init system unless you
 boot with init=/lib/systemd/systemd or install systemd-sysv in addition.

systemd-boot: simple UEFI boot manager - tools and services

 systemd-boot (short: sd-boot) is a simple UEFI boot manager. It provides a
 textual menu to select the entry to boot and an editor for the kernel command
 line. It supports systems with UEFI firmware only.
 Installing systemd-boot will not automatically switch your boot loader.
 This package contains various tools and services to manage systems using

systemd-boot-dbgsym: debug symbols for systemd-boot
systemd-boot-efi: simple UEFI boot manager - EFI binaries

 systemd-boot (short: sd-boot) is a simple UEFI boot manager. It provides a
 textual menu to select the entry to boot and an editor for the kernel command
 line. It supports systems with UEFI firmware only.
 This package contains the EFI binaries.

systemd-boot-efi-dbgsym: debug symbols for systemd-boot-efi
systemd-container: systemd container/nspawn tools

 This package provides systemd's tools for nspawn and container/VM management:
  * systemd-nspawn
  * systemd-machined and machinectl
  * systemd-importd
  * systemd-portabled and portablectl

systemd-container-dbgsym: debug symbols for systemd-container
systemd-coredump: tools for storing and retrieving coredumps

 This package provides systemd tools for storing and retrieving coredumps:
  * systemd-coredump
  * coredumpctl

systemd-coredump-dbgsym: debug symbols for systemd-coredump
systemd-dbgsym: debug symbols for systemd
systemd-homed: home area manager

 systemd-homed is a system service designed to manage home directories. This
 package includes the homed service, a PAM module to automatically mount home
 directories on user login, tools and documentation.

systemd-homed-dbgsym: debug symbols for systemd-homed
systemd-journal-remote: tools for sending and receiving remote journal logs

 This package provides tools for sending and receiving remote journal logs:
  * systemd-journal-remote
  * systemd-journal-upload
  * systemd-journal-gatewayd

systemd-journal-remote-dbgsym: debug symbols for systemd-journal-remote
systemd-oomd: userspace out-of-memory (OOM) killer

 systemd-oomd is a system service that uses cgroups-v2 and
 pressure stall information (PSI) to monitor and take action on
 processes before an OOM occurs in kernel space.

systemd-oomd-dbgsym: debug symbols for systemd-oomd
systemd-resolved: systemd DNS resolver

 This package provides systemd's DNS resolver and the command line tool to
 manage it.
 Installing this package automatically overwrites /etc/resolv.conf and switches
 it to be managed by systemd-resolved.

systemd-resolved-dbgsym: debug symbols for systemd-resolved
systemd-standalone-sysusers: standalone sysusers binary for use in non-systemd systems

 Standalone sysusers binary with minimal dependencies.
 This package conflicts with the main systemd package and is meant for use in
 non-systemd systems.

systemd-standalone-sysusers-dbgsym: debug symbols for systemd-standalone-sysusers
systemd-standalone-tmpfiles: standalone tmpfiles binary for use in non-systemd systems

 Standalone tmpfiles binary with minimal dependencies.
 This package conflicts with the main systemd package and is meant for use in
 non-systemd systems.

systemd-standalone-tmpfiles-dbgsym: debug symbols for systemd-standalone-tmpfiles
systemd-sysv: system and service manager - SysV compatibility symlinks

 This package provides manual pages and compatibility symlinks needed for
 systemd to replace sysvinit.
 Installing systemd-sysv will overwrite /sbin/init with a symlink to systemd.

systemd-tests: tests for systemd

 This package contains the test binaries. Those binaries are primarily used
 for autopkgtest and not meant to be installed on regular user systems.

systemd-tests-dbgsym: debug symbols for systemd-tests
systemd-timesyncd: minimalistic service to synchronize local time with NTP servers

 The package contains the systemd-timesyncd system service that may be used to
 synchronize the local system clock with a remote Network Time Protocol server.

systemd-timesyncd-dbgsym: debug symbols for systemd-timesyncd
systemd-userdbd: dynamic user/group manager

 systemd-userdbd is a system service that multiplexes user/group lookups to all
 local services that provide JSON user/group record definitions to the system.
 In addition it synthesizes JSON user/group records from classic UNIX/glibc NSS
 user/group records in order to provide full backwards compatibility. It may
 also pick up statically defined JSON user/group records from drop-in files.

systemd-userdbd-dbgsym: debug symbols for systemd-userdbd
udev: /dev/ and hotplug management daemon

 udev is a daemon which dynamically creates and removes device nodes from
 /dev/, handles hotplug events and loads drivers at boot time.

udev-dbgsym: debug symbols for udev