lxc 0.7.5-3ubuntu70 source package in Ubuntu

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lxc (0.7.5-3ubuntu70) precise-proposed; urgency=medium

  * d/lxc.apparmor: add ptmx bind mount rule with different syntax to work
    around a regression in the aa parser.  (LP: #1504781)

 -- Serge Hallyn <email address hidden>  Wed, 28 Oct 2015 09:06:26 -0500

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Serge Hallyn on 2015-10-28
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Original maintainer:
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Architectures:
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Section:
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Urgency:
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Binary packages built by this source

lxc: Linux Containers userspace tools

 Containers are insulated areas inside a system, which have their own namespace
 for filesystem, network, PID, IPC, CPU and memory allocation and which can be
 created using the Control Group and Namespace features included in the Linux
 kernel.
 .
 This package provides the lxc-* tools, which can be used to start a single
 daemon in a container, or to boot an entire "containerized" system, and to
 manage and debug your containers.

lxc-dbg: Linux Containers userspace tools (debug)

 Containers are insulated areas inside a system, which have their own namespace
 for filesystem, network, PID, IPC, CPU and memory allocation and which can be
 created using the Control Group and Namespace features included in the Linux
 kernel.
 .
 This package contains the debugging symbols.

lxc-dbgsym: debug symbols for package lxc

 Containers are insulated areas inside a system, which have their own namespace
 for filesystem, network, PID, IPC, CPU and memory allocation and which can be
 created using the Control Group and Namespace features included in the Linux
 kernel.
 .
 This package provides the lxc-* tools, which can be used to start a single
 daemon in a container, or to boot an entire "containerized" system, and to
 manage and debug your containers.

lxc-dev: Linux Containers userspace tools (development)

 Containers are insulated areas inside a system, which have their own namespace
 for filesystem, network, PID, IPC, CPU and memory allocation and which can be
 created using the Control Group and Namespace features included in the Linux
 kernel.
 .
 This package contains the development files.