lxc 1.0.10-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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lxc (1.0.10-0ubuntu1) trusty; urgency=medium

  * New upstream bugfix release. (LP: #1693002)
    - Security fix for CVE-2016-10124
    - Security fix for CVE-2017-5985

    - attach: simplify lsm_openat()
    - commands: improve logging
    - utils: add macro __LXC_NUMSTRLEN
    - tests; Don't cause test failures on cleanup errors
    - conf: clearly report to either use drop or keep
    - attach: close lsm label file descriptor
    - conf, attach: save errno across call to close
    - templates/lxc-debian.in: Fix typo in calling dpkg with
      --print-foreign-architectures option
    - templates/lxc-debian.in: handle ppc hostarch -> powerpc
    - Fix regression in errno handling cherry-pick
    - don't try to get stuff from /usr/lib/systemd on the host
    - lxc-opensuse: rm poweroff.target -> sigpwr.target copy
    - Add --enable-gnutls option
    - tests: skip unpriv tests on broken overlay module
    - Use AC_HEADER_MAJOR to detect major()/minor()/makedev()
    - Make lxc-start-ephemeral Python 3.2-compatible
    - systemd: enable delegate in service file
    - confile: clear lxc.network..ipv{4,6} when empty
    - seccomp: allow x32 guests on amd64 hosts.
    - squeeze is not a supported release anymore, drop the key
    - seccomp: set SCMP_FLTATR_ATL_TSKIP if available
    - lxc-checkconfig: verify new[ug]idmap are setuid-root
    - python3: Deal with potential NULL char*
    - lxc-download.in / allow setting keyserver from env
    - lxc-download.in / Document keyserver change in help
    - Change variable check to match existing style
    - tests: Support running on IPv6 networks
    - tests: Kill containers (don't wait for shutdown)
    - Fix opening wrong file in suggest_default_idmap
    - lxc_setup_tios(): Ignore SIGTTOU and SIGTTIN signals
    - Increased buffer length in print_stats()
    - remove obsolete note about api stability
    - conf: less error prone pointer access
    - create ISSUE_TEMPLATE.md
    - issue template: fix typo
    - conf: order mount options
    - commands: avoid NULL pointer dereference
    - commands: non-functional changes
    - lxccontainer: avoid NULL pointer dereference

 -- St├ęphane Graber <email address hidden>  Tue, 23 May 2017 14:44:34 -0400

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liblxc1: Linux Containers userspace tools (library)

 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 libraries.

liblxc1-dbgsym: debug symbols for package liblxc1

 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 libraries.

lxc: Transitional package for lxc1

 This is a transitional dummy package. It can safely be removed.
 .
 The currently recommended LXC experience is available as lxc2 and is
 provided by LXD using the LXC backend.

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.

lxc-dev-dbgsym: debug symbols for package lxc-dev

 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.

lxc-templates: Linux Containers userspace tools (templates)

 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 templates.

lxc-templates-dbgsym: debug symbols for package lxc-templates

 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 templates.

lxc-tests: Linux Containers userspace tools (test binaries)

 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 test binaries. Those binaries are primarily
 used for autopkgtest and by some developers. They are not meant to be
 installed on regular user systems.

lxc-tests-dbgsym: debug symbols for package lxc-tests

 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 test binaries. Those binaries are primarily
 used for autopkgtest and by some developers. They are not meant to be
 installed on regular user systems.

python3-lxc: Linux Containers userspace tools (Python 3.x bindings)

 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 Python 3.x bindings.

python3-lxc-dbgsym: debug symbols for package python3-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 contains the Python 3.x bindings.