iwd 1.24-1build1 source package in Ubuntu


iwd (1.24-1build1) jammy; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild to update maintainer scripts, see LP: 1959054

 -- Dave Jones <email address hidden>  Wed, 16 Feb 2022 17:04:16 +0000

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Dave Jones
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Graham Inggs
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Original maintainer:
Jonas Smedegaard
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iwd_1.24.orig.tar.xz 971.0 KiB 61b5e48380cd3a6d0529f725eb6974157f1410af165f5d266b87add0bf395224
iwd_1.24-1build1.debian.tar.xz 15.6 KiB a8ec087794d3cd3e787a6e04d65995f8864a9d8c7a9f1737f38d8771da56f69c
iwd_1.24-1build1.dsc 1.9 KiB a7fd7037c083534397582cdeecf34e9583b748c4559473f0dbda1bf14f493037

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iwd: wireless daemon for Linux

 iNet Wireless Daemon (iwd) is a minimalistic wireless daemon
 that uses modern Linux interfaces
 like cfg80211 and nl80211 (netlink).
 The daemon provides a D-Bus API.
 The daemon can be controlled from the command line
 with the included iwctl client utility.
 The included iwmon utility can be used
 to monitor the 802.11 subsystem generic netlink commands and events.
 It uses the nlmon kernel driver from Linux 3.10 and later.
 Note that the package defaults
 to relying on dbus activation to start.
 If you want to use iwd standalone without any manager,
 then you'll need to manually enable the system service.

iwd-dbgsym: debug symbols for iwd