netbase 5.4 source package in Ubuntu

Changelog

netbase (5.4) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Stopped recommending ifupdown because nowadays there are options.
    For the time being it will still be installed by default because it
    has important priority. (Closes: #824884)
  * services: added puppet (8140/tcp).
  * services: added isns (3205). (Closes: #799047)
  * services: added babel (6696/udp). (Closes: #814380)
  * services: removed ircs (994).
  * services: added ircs-u (6697/tcp).
  * services: removed mtp (57/tcp).
  * services: removed rje (77/tcp).
  * services: removed prospero (191), prospero-np (1525).
  * services: removed ssh (22/udp).
  * services: removed gopher (70/udp).
  * services: removed http (80/udp), https (443/udp).
  * services: removed uucp-path (117/tcp).
  * services: removed pop2 (109), imap3 (220).
  * services: removed pop3 (110/udp), imap2 (143/udp), imaps (993/udp),
    pop3s (995/udp).
  * services: removed remove bgp (179/udp).
  * services: removed remove nntps (563/udp).
  * services: removed remove submission (587/udp).
  * services: removed remove rsync (873/udp).
  * services: removed telnets (992/udp).

 -- Marco d'Itri <email address hidden>  Mon, 26 Dec 2016 02:56:39 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Marco d'Itri on 2016-12-26
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Original maintainer:
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Section:
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Urgency:
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netbase: Basic TCP/IP networking system

 This package provides the necessary infrastructure for basic TCP/IP based
 networking.
 .
 In particular, it supplies tables of common name-to-number mappings in
 /etc/services, /etc/rpc, and /etc/protocols.