fbset 2.1-29 source package in Ubuntu

Changelog

fbset (2.1-29) unstable; urgency=medium

  * QA upload.
  * Update to Linux kernel 4.10-rc4:
    - debian/doc/kernel-doc/: Sync.
    - debian/patches/01_kernel_fb.h.patch: Likewise.
    - debian/modes/fb.modes.viafb: Likewise.
  * Now using Standards-Version 3.9.8 (no changes needed).
  * Switch Vcs-Browser to a cgit URL.
  * Use https for hadrons.org URLs.
  * Switch debian/copyright to machine-readable format 1.0.
  * Switch to the dpkg makefile fragments in debian/rules.
  * Enable all hardening flags.

 -- Guillem Jover <email address hidden>  Thu, 19 Jan 2017 01:11:33 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Debian QA Group on 2017-01-19
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Original maintainer:
Debian QA Group
Architectures:
linux-any
Section:
admin
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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fbset_2.1-29.dsc 1.9 KiB e90b7ea02edf7c70128841040029fd54fb5a9f4a32549a97d3fe532ed69dec9b
fbset_2.1.orig.tar.gz 27.1 KiB 517fa062d7b2d367f931a1c6ebb2bef84907077f0ce3f0c899e34490bbea9338
fbset_2.1-29.debian.tar.xz 78.2 KiB 28a3e99f62d9b21bbcff05086607e6756ba2d2bc7b272da5063c2d8cfc689c30

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Binary packages built by this source

fbset: framebuffer device maintenance program

 Program to modify settings for the framebuffer devices (/dev/fb[0-9]*
 or /dev/fb/[0-9]*) on Linux, like depth, virtual resolution, timing
 parameters etc.

fbset-dbgsym: debug symbols for package fbset

 Program to modify settings for the framebuffer devices (/dev/fb[0-9]*
 or /dev/fb/[0-9]*) on Linux, like depth, virtual resolution, timing
 parameters etc.

fbset-udeb: framebuffer device maintenance program

 Program to modify settings for the framebuffer devices (/dev/fb[0-9]*
 or /dev/fb/[0-9]*) on Linux, like depth, virtual resolution, timing
 parameters etc.
 .
 This contains the udeb, which is used for the debian-installer
 installation system. It won't work well on a normal Debian system.