lightdm 1.18.2-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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lightdm (1.18.2-0ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release:
    - Don't quit on SIGUSR1, SIGUSR2 or SIGHUP (LP: #960157)
    - Use MIR_SERVER_HOST_SOCKET instead of MIR_SOCKET to report compositor
      socket to sessions. This used to work but no longer works in Mir 0.21
      (LP: #1583624)
    - Use only a single compositor on xlocal seats (LP: #1594229)
    - Fix Mir greeter log filename having "(null)" in the name (LP: #1590582)
    - Set XDMCP hostname field in to system hostname or configured value
      (LP: #1578442)
    - Improve XDMCP IPv6 address selection (LP: #1575200)
    - Allow fcitx and mozc to run in guest session (LP: #1509829)
    - Fix uninitialized memory errors
  * debian/lightdm.dirs:
    - Ensure user configuration directories /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf.d and
      /etc/guest-session exist
  * debian/guest-account.sh:
  * debian/guest-session-setup.sh:
    - Source prefs.sh as privileged user to allow user modification
      (LP: #1581853)

 -- Robert Ancell <email address hidden>  Tue, 21 Jun 2016 12:49:01 +1200

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gir1.2-lightdm-1: Typelib file for liblightdm-1

 A GObject based library for LightDM clients to use to interface with LightDM.

liblightdm-gobject-1-0: LightDM GObject client library

 A GObject based library for LightDM clients to use to interface with LightDM.

liblightdm-gobject-1-0-dbgsym: debug symbols for package liblightdm-gobject-1-0

 A GObject based library for LightDM clients to use to interface with LightDM.

liblightdm-gobject-1-dev: LightDM GObject client library (development files)

 A GObject based library for LightDM clients to use to interface with LightDM.
 .
 This package contains header files and development information, which
 is useful for building LightDM greeters and user switchers.

liblightdm-gobject-1-doc: LightDM client library (documentation)

 A GObject based library for LightDM clients to use to interface with LightDM.
 .
 This package contains HTML documentation.

liblightdm-qt-3-0: LightDM Qt client library

 A Qt based library for LightDM clients to use to interface with LightDM.

liblightdm-qt-3-0-dbgsym: debug symbols for package liblightdm-qt-3-0

 A Qt based library for LightDM clients to use to interface with LightDM.

liblightdm-qt-dev: LightDM Qt client library (development files)

 A Qt based library for LightDM clients to use to interface with LightDM.
 .
 This package contains header files and development information, which
 is useful for building LightDM greeters and user switchers.

liblightdm-qt5-3-0: LightDM Qt 5 client library

 A Qt 5 based library for LightDM clients to use to interface with LightDM.

liblightdm-qt5-3-0-dbgsym: debug symbols for package liblightdm-qt5-3-0

 A Qt 5 based library for LightDM clients to use to interface with LightDM.

liblightdm-qt5-3-dev: LightDM Qt 5 client library (development files)

 A Qt 5 based library for LightDM clients to use to interface with LightDM.
 .
 This package contains header files and development information, which
 is useful for building LightDM greeters and user switchers.

lightdm: Display Manager

 LightDM is a X display manager that:
  * Has a lightweight codebase
  * Is standards compliant (PAM, ConsoleKit, etc)
  * Has a well defined interface between the server and user interface
  * Cross-desktop (greeters can be written in any toolkit)

lightdm-dbgsym: debug symbols for package lightdm

 LightDM is a X display manager that:
  * Has a lightweight codebase
  * Is standards compliant (PAM, ConsoleKit, etc)
  * Has a well defined interface between the server and user interface
  * Cross-desktop (greeters can be written in any toolkit)