lxc 1.0.9-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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lxc (1.0.9-0ubuntu1) trusty; urgency=medium

  * New upstream bugfix release. (LP: #1647016)
    - Security fix for CVE-2016-8649
    - utils: make detect_ramfs_rootfs() return bool
    - tests: add test for detect_ramfs_rootfs()
    - add Documentation entries to lxc and lxc@ units
    - mark the python examples as having utf-8 encoding
    - log: sanity check the returned value from snprintf()
    - lxc-alpine: mount /dev/shm as tmpfs
    - archlinux: Do DHCP on eth0
    - archlinux: Fix resolving
    - Drop leftover references to lxc_strerror()
    - tests: fix image download for s390x
    - tools: fix coding style in lxc_attach
    - tools: make overlay valid backend
    - tools: better error reporting for lxc-start
    - alpine: Fix installing extra packages
    - lxc-alpine: do not drop setfcap
    - s390x: Fix seccomp handling of personalities
    - tools: correct the argument typo in lxc_copy
    - Use libtool for liblxc.so
    - c/r: use --external instead of --veth-pair
    - c/r: remember to increment netnr
    - c/r: add checkpoint/restore support for macvlan interfaces
    - ubuntu: Fix package upgrades requiring proc
    - c/r: drop duplicate hunk from macvlan case
    - c/r: use snprintf to compute device name
    - Tweak libtool handling to work with Android
    - tests: add lxc_error() and lxc_debug()
    - container start: clone newcgroup immediately
    - use python3_sitearch for including the python code
    - fix rpm build, include all built files, but only once
    - cgfs: fix invalid free()
    - find OpenSUSE's build also as obs-build
    - improve help text for --fancy and --fancy-format
    - improve wording of the help page for lxc-ls
    - cgfs: add print_cgfs_init_debuginfo()
    - cgfs: skip empty entries under /proc/self/cgroup
    - cgfs: explicitly check for NULL
    - tools: use correct exit code for lxc-stop
    - c/r: explicitly emit bind mounts as criu arguments
    - log: bump LXC_LOG_BUFFER_SIZE to 4096
    - conf: merge network namespace move & rename on shutdown
    - c/r: save criu's stdout during dump too
    - c/r: remove extra \ns from logs
    - c/r: fix off-by-one error
    - c/r: check state before doing a checkpoint/restore
    - start: CLONE_NEWCGROUP after we have setup cgroups
    - create symlink for /var/run
    - utils: add lxc_append_string()
    - cgroups: remove isolated cpus from cpuset.cpus
    - Update Ubuntu release name: add zesty and remove wily
    - templates: add squashfs support to lxc-ubuntu-cloud.in
    - cgroups: skip v2 hierarchy entry
    - also stop lxc-net in runlevels 0 and 6
    - add lxc.egg-info to gitignore
    - install bash completion where pkg-config tells us to
    - conf: do not use %m format specifier
    - debian: Don't depend on libui-dialog-perl
    - cgroups: use %zu format specifier to print size_t
    - lxc-checkpoint: automatically detect if --external or --veth-pair
    - cgroups: prevent segfault in cgfsng
    - utils: add lxc_preserve_ns()
    - start: add netnsfd to lxc_handler
    - conf: use lxc_preserve_ns()
    - attach: use lxc_preserve_ns()
    - lxc_user_nic: use lxc_preserve_ns()
    - conf, start: improve log output
    - conf: explicitly remove veth device from host
    - conf, start: be smarter when deleting networks
    - start, utils: improve preserve_ns()
    - start, error: improve log + non-functional changes
    - start, namespace: move ns_info to namespace.{c,h}
    - attach, utils: bugfixes
    - attach: use ns_info[LXC_NS_MAX] struct
    - namespace: always attach to user namespace first
    - cgroup: improve isolcpus handling
    - cgroups: handle non-existent isolcpus file
    - utils: add lxc_safe_uint()
    - tests: add unit tests for lxc_safe_uint()
    - utils: add lxc_safe_int()
    - tests: add unit tests for lxc_safe_int()
    - conf/ile: get ip prefix via lxc_safe_uint()
    - confile: use lxc_safe_u/int in config_init_{u,g}id
    - conf/ile: use lxc_safe_uint() in config_pts()
    - conf/ile: use lxc_safe_u/int() in config_start()
    - conf/ile: use lxc_safe_uint() in config_monitor()
    - conf/ile: use lxc_safe_uint() in config_tty()
    - conf/ile: use lxc_safe_uint() in config_kmsg()
    - conf/ile: avoid atoi in config_lsm_aa_incomplete()
    - conf/ile: use lxc_safe_uint() in config_autodev()
    - conf/ile: avoid atoi() in config_ephemeral()
    - utils: use lxc_safe_int()
    - lxc_monitord: use lxc_safe_int() && use exit()
    - start: use lxc_safe_int()
    - conf: use lxc_safe_{u}int()
    - tools/lxc_execute: use lxc_safe_uint()
    - tools/lxc_stop: use lxc_safe_uint()
    - utils: add lxc_safe_long()
    - tests: add unit tests for lxc_safe_long()
    - tools/lxc_stop: use lxc_safe_long()
    - tools/lxc_top: use lxc_safe_int()
    - tools/lxc_ls: use lxc_safe_uint()
    - tools/lxc_autostart: use lxc_safe_{int,long}()
    - tools/lxc_console: use lxc_safe_uint()
    - tools: replace non-standard namespace identifiers
    - Configure a static MAC address on the LXC bridge
    - tests: remove overflow tests
    - attach: do not send procfd to attached process
  * Autopkgtest:
    - Restrict tests to run on standalone systems.

 -- St├ęphane Graber <email address hidden>  Sat, 03 Dec 2016 00:16:35 -0500

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 installed on regular user systems.

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 installed on regular user systems.

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