util-linux 2.30.2-0.1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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util-linux (2.30.2-0.1ubuntu1) bionic; urgency=medium

  * Merge from Debian unstable.  Remaining changes:
    - Build hwclock with audit support.
    - Ship lsmem/chmeme utilities.
    - Regularly trim SSDs automatically (core-1311-ssd-trimming):
      + Add debian/fstrim-all.cron: Call fstrim --all. Installed as
        /etc/cron.weekly/fstrim.
    - Drop debian/hwclock.rules and hwclock.default, recent kernels sync the
      RTC automatically.
    - Add sulogin-fallback-static-sh.patch: Add support for /bin/static-sh as
      fallback if the regular shell fails to execute. Patch ported from
      sysvinit. (see LP #505887)
    - Add sulogin-lockedpwd.patch: Make sure file systems can be fixed on
      machines with locked root accounts (as Ubuntu does by default). Don't
      require --force for sulogin.
    - Drop the Breaks: cloud-utils, Ubuntu has a different cloud-utils
      packaging and this does not affect Ubuntu ≥ 16.04 any more.
    - Add debian/util-linux.maintscript to clean upstart jobs on upgrade. This
      needs to be kept until after 18.04 LTS.
    - Add fallocate binary to util-linux-udeb.

  * Cherrypick upstream patches to add zones support to lsmem/chmem. LP:
    #1731937.

util-linux (2.30.2-0.1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * New upstream version 2.30.2 (Closes: #877932)
    - fstab(5): mention how tabs are escaped (Closes: #580047)
    - fstrim: prefer earlier mounted filesystems (Closes: #864806)
    - lib/pager: don't use pager if command not available (Closes: #852605)
    - lscpu: use libsmartcols to print summary too (Closes: #811488)
  * Disable pristine-tar.
    It's currently not possible to generate pristine tarballs for util-linux
    with pristine-tar.
    See https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=869191
  * Update symbols file for libblkid1, libfdisk1, libmount1 and libsmartcols1
  * Add bison to Build-Depends
  * Drop d/p/man-page-tweaks-cleanup-my_dev_t.h-ancient-stuff.patch.
    No longer useful, as it adds a reference to the deprecated SysV init
    script and a no longer existing README file.
  * Drop d/p/Disable-the-fallback-clause-in-hwclock-when-dev-rtc-.patch.
    Fixed upstream.
  * Refresh remaining patches

util-linux (2.29.2-5) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Switch to XB-Important: yes to actually apply it.
    Thanks to Adam Borowski for the catch. (Closes: #872877)
  * Let uscan verify signature of upstream tarballs
  * Bump Standards-Version to 4.1.0
  * Reinstate LaMont as primary maintainer and remove myself from uploaders

util-linux (2.30.1-0ubuntu5) bionic; urgency=medium

  * Add --with-audit to rules file and libaudit-dev to build depenedencies.
    The hwclock needs audit defined in order to create audit records when
    time is changed. (LP: #1722313)

 -- Dimitri John Ledkov <email address hidden>  Fri, 17 Nov 2017 14:20:10 +0000

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Binary packages built by this source

bsdutils: basic utilities from 4.4BSD-Lite

 This package contains the bare minimum of BSD utilities needed for a
 Debian system: logger, renice, script, scriptreplay, and wall. The
 remaining standard BSD utilities are provided by bsdmainutils.

bsdutils-dbgsym: debug symbols for bsdutils
fdisk: collection of partitioning utilities

 This package contains the classic fdisk, sfdisk and cfdisk partitioning
 utilities from the util-linux suite.
 .
 The utilities included in this package allow you to partition
 your hard disk. The utilities supports both modern and legacy
 partition tables (eg. GPT, MBR, etc).
 .
 The fdisk utility is the classical text-mode utility.
 The cfdisk utilitity gives a more userfriendly curses based interface.
 The sfdisk utility is mostly for automation and scripting uses.

fdisk-dbgsym: debug symbols for fdisk
fdisk-udeb: Manually partition a hard drive (fdisk)
libblkid-dev: block device ID library - headers and static libraries

 The blkid library allows system programs such as fsck and mount to
 quickly and easily find block devices by filesystem UUID or label.
 This allows system administrators to avoid specifying filesystems by
 hard-coded device names and use a logical naming system instead.
 .
 This package contains the development environment for the blkid library.

libblkid1: block device ID library

 The blkid library allows system programs such as fsck and mount to
 quickly and easily find block devices by filesystem UUID or label.
 This allows system administrators to avoid specifying filesystems by
 hard-coded device names and use a logical naming system instead.

libblkid1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libblkid1
libblkid1-udeb: stripped down block device ID library, for debian-installer

 The blkid library allows system programs such as fsck and mount to
 quickly and easily find block devices by filesystem UUID or label.
 This allows system administrators to avoid specifying filesystems by
 hard-coded device names and use a logical naming system instead.
 .
 This is a minimal package for debian-installer.

libfdisk-dev: fdisk partitioning library - headers and static libraries

 The libfdisk library is used for manipulating partition tables. It is
 the core of the fdisk, cfdisk, and sfdisk tools.
 .
 This package contains the development environment for the fdisk library.

libfdisk1: fdisk partitioning library

 The libfdisk library is used for manipulating partition tables. It is
 the core of the fdisk, cfdisk, and sfdisk tools.

libfdisk1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libfdisk1
libfdisk1-udeb: stripped down fdisk partitioning library, for debian-installer

 The libfdisk library is used for manipulating partition tables. It is
 the core of the fdisk, cfdisk, and sfdisk tools.
 .
 This is a minimal package for debian-installer.

libmount-dev: device mounting library - headers and static libraries

 This device mounting library is used by mount and umount helpers.
 .
 This package contains the development environment for the mount library.

libmount1: device mounting library

 This device mounting library is used by mount and umount helpers.

libmount1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libmount1
libmount1-udeb: stripped down device mounting library, for debian-installer

 The device mounting library, used by mount and umount helpers.
 .
 This is a minimal package for debian-installer.

libsmartcols-dev: smart column output alignment library - headers and static libraries

 This smart column output alignment library is used by fdisk utilities.
 .
 This package contains the development environment for the mount library.

libsmartcols1: smart column output alignment library

 This smart column output alignment library is used by fdisk utilities.

libsmartcols1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libsmartcols1
libsmartcols1-udeb: stripped down smart column output aligment library, for debian-installer

 This smart column output alignment library is used by fdisk utilities.
 .
 This is a minimal package for debian-installer.

libuuid1: Universally Unique ID library

 The libuuid library generates and parses 128-bit Universally Unique
 IDs (UUIDs). A UUID is an identifier that is unique within the space
 of all such identifiers across both space and time. It can be used for
 multiple purposes, from tagging objects with an extremely short lifetime
 to reliably identifying very persistent objects across a network.
 .
 See RFC 4122 for more information.

libuuid1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libuuid1
libuuid1-udeb: stripped down Universally Unique ID library, for debian-installer

 The libuuid library generates and parses 128-bit Universally Unique IDs
 (UUIDs). See RFC 4122 for more information.
 .
 This is a minimal package for debian-installer.

mount: tools for mounting and manipulating filesystems

 This package provides the mount(8), umount(8), swapon(8),
 swapoff(8), and losetup(8) commands.

mount-dbgsym: debug symbols for mount
setpriv: tool to run a program with different Linux privilege settings

 This package provides the setpriv command which allows the user to set or
 query various Linux privilege settings that are inherited across execve.

setpriv-dbgsym: debug symbols for setpriv
util-linux: miscellaneous system utilities

 This package contains a number of important utilities, most of which
 are oriented towards maintenance of your system. Some of the more
 important utilities included in this package allow you to view kernel
 messages, create new filesystems, view block device information,
 interface with real time clock, etc.

util-linux-dbgsym: debug symbols for util-linux
util-linux-locales: locales files for util-linux

 This package contains the internationalization files for the util-linux
 package.
 .
 They are needed when you want the programs in util-linux to print their
 messages in other languages than English.

util-linux-udeb: stripped down miscellaneous system utilities, for debian-installer

 This is a minimal version of util-linux for debian-installer. It only
 contains the blkid and fallocate binaries at the moment.

uuid-dev: Universally Unique ID library - headers and static libraries

 The libuuid library generates and parses 128-bit Universally Unique IDs
 (UUIDs). See RFC 4122 for more information.
 .
 This package contains the development environment for the uuid library.

uuid-runtime: runtime components for the Universally Unique ID library

 The libuuid library generates and parses 128-bit Universally Unique
 IDs (UUIDs). A UUID is an identifier that is unique within the space
 of all such identifiers across both space and time. It can be used for
 multiple purposes, from tagging objects with an extremely short lifetime
 to reliably identifying very persistent objects across a network.
 .
 See RFC 4122 for more information.
 .
 This package contains the uuidgen program and the uuidd daemon.
 .
 The uuidd daemon is used to generate UUIDs, especially time-based
 UUIDs, in a secure and guaranteed-unique fashion, even in the face of
 large numbers of threads trying to grab UUIDs running on different CPUs.
 It is used by libuuid as well as the uuidgen program.

uuid-runtime-dbgsym: debug symbols for uuid-runtime