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policycoreutils (2.0.77-1ubuntu1) lucid; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian testing.  Remaining changes:
    - debian/postinst: move restorecon to a higher startup level.

policycoreutils (2.0.77-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream version.
    + Fixed bug preventing semanage node -a from working
      from Chad Sellers
    + Fixed bug preventing semanage fcontext -l from working
      from Chad Sellers
    + Remove setrans management from semanage, as it does not work
      from Dan Walsh.
    + Move load_policy from /usr/sbin to /sbin from Dan Walsh.

policycoreutils (2.0.75-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream point release
    + Factor out restoring logic from setfiles.c into restore.c

policycoreutils (2.0.74-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream point release
    + Change semodule upgrade behavior to install even if the module
    + is not present from Dan Walsh.
    + Make setfiles label if selinux is disabled and a seclabel aware
    + kernel is running from Caleb Case.
    + Clarify forkpty() error message in run_init from Manoj Srivastava.
    + Add semanage dontaudit to turn off dontaudits from Dan Walsh.
    + Fix semanage to set correct mode for setrans file from Dan Walsh.
    + Fix malformed dictionary in portRecord from Dan Walsh.
  * Added patch from Martin Orr to fix a loop in the inotify watch code
    when installing a watch on utmp.
  * [863fb62]: topic--debian: Improve error messages on forkpty failure
    The current error message when forkpty() fails is not clear or
    useful. The following patch makes indicate what went wrong.
    Bug fix: "The error message on forkpty() failure is not clear or
    useful.", thanks to Russell Coker              (Closes: #515710).

policycoreutils (2.0.72-4) UNRELEASED; urgency=low

  * [d42e245]: [topic--restorecond-init-script]: Add to watched files
    list

policycoreutils (2.0.72-3) UNRELEASED; urgency=low

  * [863fb62]: topic--debian: Improve error messages on forkpty failure
    The current error message when forkpty() fails is not clear or
    useful. The following patch makes indicate what went wrong.
    Bug fix: "The error message on forkpty() failure is not clear or
    useful.", thanks to Russell Coker              (Closes: #515710).

policycoreutils (2.0.72-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * [1e640be]: [topic--restorecond-init-script]: init.d status support
    Here is a patch to support the "status" action in the init.d script.
    Note that to make "status" usable even as non-root user some things
    needed to be rejuggled. Note that the dependency on lsb-base is
    already missing in the current version.
    Bug fix: "init.d status support", thanks to Peter Eisentraut
                                                          (Closes: #528582).

policycoreutils (2.0.72-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release
  * Restore symlink handling support to restorecon based on a patch by
    Martin Orr.  This fixes the restorecon /dev/stdin performed by Debian
    udev scripts that was broken by policycoreutils 2.0.70.
    Bug fix: "/dev/pts not created with policycoreutils 2.0.71", thanks to
    Martin Orr                                              (Closes: #544215).

policycoreutils (2.0.71-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream point release
    + Modify setfiles/restorecon checking of exclude paths.  Only check
      user-supplied exclude paths (not automatically generated ones based on
      lack of seclabel support), don't require them to be directories, and
      ignore permission denied errors on them (it is ok to exclude a path to
      which the caller lacks permission).
    + Modify restorecon to only call realpath() on user-supplied pathnames
      from Stephen Smalley.
  * Prevent the package from building on non-linux platforms, since they
    are not supported.
 -- Kees Cook <email address hidden>   Sat, 12 Dec 2009 09:30:42 -0800

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