fwts 0.24.21 source package in Ubuntu

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fwts (0.24.21) precise; urgency=low

  [Alex Hung]
  * pcie: add pcie aspm registers check on root port and device.

  [Chris Van Hoof]
  * fwts-frontend: v2 update to conditional logic to better detect
    if we're booted via casper and additional logic to toggle auto
    shutdown behaviour when testing

  [Colin Ian King]
  * uefi: uefidump: handle realloc failure
  * lib: fwts_pipeio: handle realloc failure
  * lib: fwts_args: handle realloc failure
  * lib: acpid: handle realloc failures in fwts_acpi_event_read()
  * lib: fwts_acpi_tables: handle fwts_low_realloc() failures
  * acpica: handle realloc failures in fwts_acpica_vprintf()
  * lib: fwts_klog: remove redundant free()
  * acpi: checksum: flag up errors that are critical, add more helpful advice
  * acpi: checksum: fix typo shorted -> shortened
  * acpi: checksum: reformat lines to fit into 80 columns
  * acpi: wmi: use snprintf to be safe
  * acpi: wmi: const func args
  * acpi: wmi: reformat source into 80 columns
  * acpi: dmar: make seg a uint16_t rather than an int
  * acpi: dmar: make func args const
  * acpi: acpiinfo: tidy up source
  * bios: hdaaudio: ensure source fits into 80 columns
  * bios: hdaaudio: use calloc() instead of malloc()
  * lib: fwts_tag: handle out of memory failure
  * bios: ebdadump: ensure source fits into 80 columns
  * bios: bios32: ensure source fits into 80 columns
  * lib: arg + framework: more robust out of memory handling.
  * lib: fwts_stringextras: handle out of memory failure
  * uefi: uefidump: fix infinite recursion on unknown end terminator (v2)
  * bios: memmapdump: ensure source fits into 80 columns
  * acpica: fwts_acpica_init(): handle out of memory failures
  * bios: mtrr: handle out of memory failures
  * hpet: hpet_check: make func args const where possible
  * hpet: hpet_check: ensure source fits into 80 columns
  * fwts-collect: fix typo
  * fwts-collect: tidy up error handling
  * fwts-collect: collect more fwts dumped data
  * read /proc/mtrr rather than use ioctl() interface

  [Keng-Yu Lin]
  * debian: use autoreconf instead of dh-autoreconf
 -- Keng-Yu Lin <email address hidden>   Fri, 09 Mar 2012 15:04:30 +0800

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Uploaded by:
Keng-Yu Lin on 2012-03-12
Sponsored by:
Daniel Holbach
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Original maintainer:
Colin Ian King
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Section:
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Urgency:
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fwts: FirmWare Test Suite

 This is a firmware test suite that performs sanity checks on Intel/AMD
 PC firmware. It is intended to identify BIOS and ACPI errors and
 if appropriate it will try to explain the errors and give advice to
 help workaround or fix firmware bugs. It is primarily intended to
 be a Linux-centric firmware troubleshooting tool.

fwts-frontend: Firmware Test Suite frontend interface

 This is a dialog based interface designed to provide an easy to use method
 to execute tests via Firmware Test Suite and is also used as the primary
 interface within Firmware Test Suit live images.

libfwts1: FirmWare Test Suite core support library

 This is the fwts core library. It contains a top level test framework
 and a rich range of firmware specific testing support code for the
 various fwts tests.

libfwtsacpica1: FirmWare Test Suite ACPICA core built for acpiexec functionality

 The firmware test suite requires the ACPICA core engine to be built in
 execution mode (with ACPI_EXEC_APP enabled) to support run time execution
 of ACPI Machine Language (AML) in the ACPI DSDT and SSDTs. This library
 contains this code with a thin fwts specific API to interface with fwts.

libfwtsiasl1: FirmWare Test Suite ACPICA core built for iasl functionality

 The firmware test suite requires the ACPICA core engine to be built in
 compiler mode (with ACPI_ASL_COMPILER enabled) to support assembly and
 disassembly of ACPI Machine Language (AML) in the ACPI DSDT and SSDTs.
 This library contains this code with a thin fwts specific API to
 interface with fwts.