dell-recovery 0.48 source package in Ubuntu


dell-recovery (0.48) lucid; urgency=low

  * Dell/
    - Introduce a python version of create-new-uuid that is more flexible on
      names of casper uuid's and formats of initrds.
    - Move walk_cleanup here.
  * Dell/
    - Don't preserve symlinks on the overlay of the FID tree.  Can cause issues
      during generation.
    - Move the walk_cleanup function out
    - Use the python version of create-new-uuid instead.
  * debian/control:
    - Recommends for parted.
    - Drop git-core from recommends.  it will be pulled in during runtime if
  * ubiquity/bootstrap:
    - Hide loopback devices from being offered.
    - Always replace a grub.cfg on the recovery partition.
    - Automatically propagate any extra kernel command line options (after --)
      into the installed system and any grub menu recovery options.
    - Add the builder into the ubiquity array of builders so it can be
  * ubiquity/dell-recovery:
    - Add the builder into the ubiquity array of builders so it can be
  * Update text for reboot dialog to not tell people to take out their media
    so soon.  It's actually OK now to do an install with the media in the drive
  * Mark all BTO image builder strings for translation too.
  * Enable translation for all GTK based frontends, not just standard.
  * create-new-uuid:
    - Drop, superceded by a python version
  * Update translations from launchpad.
 -- Mario Limonciello <email address hidden>   Sat, 27 Mar 2010 05:05:35 -0500

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Lucid: [FULLYBUILT] i386


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dell-recovery: Dell Recovery Media Creation Package

 This package is used to produce a Dell recovery media image.
 It then uses known open source tools to write the image to
 a USB flash drive or DVD writer.