bolt 0.8-2~sync1 source package in Ubuntu

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bolt (0.8-2~sync1) eoan; urgency=medium

  * Enable installed tests, ship them in a new binary
  * debian/tests:
    - set up the installed-tests as autopkgtests
  * debian/bolt.maintscript:
    - remove the /etc/dbus-1/system.d conffile on upgrade,
      it has been moved to /usr in the new version

 -- Sebastien Bacher <email address hidden>  Thu, 04 Jul 2019 20:30:06 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Sebastien Bacher on 2019-07-06
Uploaded to:
Eoan
Original maintainer:
Debian freedesktop.org maintainers
Architectures:
any
Section:
admin
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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bolt: system daemon to manage thunderbolt 3 devices

 Thunderbolt 3 features different security modes that require
 devices to be authorized before they can be used. The D-Bus API can be
 used to list devices, enroll them (authorize and store them in the
 local database) and forget them again (remove previously enrolled
 devices). It also emits signals if new devices are connected (or
 removed). During enrollment devices can be set to be automatically
 authorized as soon as they are connected. A command line tool, called
 boltctl, can be used to control the daemon and perform all the above
 mentioned tasks.

bolt-dbgsym: debug symbols for bolt
bolt-tests: system daemon to manage thunderbolt 3 devices - installed tests

 Thunderbolt 3 features different security modes that require
 devices to be authorized before they can be used. The D-Bus API can be
 used to list devices, enroll them (authorize and store them in the
 local database) and forget them again (remove previously enrolled
 devices). It also emits signals if new devices are connected (or
 removed). During enrollment devices can be set to be automatically
 authorized as soon as they are connected. A command line tool, called
 boltctl, can be used to control the daemon and perform all the above
 mentioned tasks.
 .
 This package includes tests to be used on the installed system.

bolt-tests-dbgsym: debug symbols for bolt-tests