openbsc 0.15.0-3 source package in Ubuntu


openbsc (0.15.0-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * debian/control: add myself to uploaders
  * debian/control: move package to debian-mobcom and change URLs
  * debian/control: change maintainer to debian-mobcom-maintainers
  * debian/control: use dh10
  * debian/control: bump standard to 4.1.2 (no changes)
  * debian/control: remove obsolete dependency on dh-autoreconf
  * debian/watch: update file
  * add dbi.patch (Closes: #880233)

 -- Thorsten Alteholz <email address hidden>  Thu, 07 Dec 2017 18:52:59 +0100

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Debian Mobcom Maintainers on 2017-12-07
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File Size SHA-256 Checksum
openbsc_0.15.0-3.dsc 2.7 KiB cd86c86b236b0fb2017909cba3f8028f3ee6856024fa3700b128ea1dea8e0c82
openbsc_0.15.0.orig.tar.gz 726.6 KiB 5fc048fa19f9c1c7e28de5fbdc86a2e63ef77838859ce873722b8299a4333f25
openbsc_0.15.0-3.debian.tar.xz 11.8 KiB 480d4fd3ee0ba9ddbb88ac26b63d4dad00796c57caf8684429b4efe1c37a20ac

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Binary packages built by this source

openbsc-dev: Header file needed by tools tightly integrated

 Some other programs depend on gsm_data_shared.h and gsm_data_shared.c
 from OpenBSC. This package installs these files to your file system so
 that the other packages can build-depend on this package.
 The header file is installed to /usr/include/osmocom/openbsc, while
 the .c file is installed to /usr/src/osmocom/openbsc.

osmocom-bs11-utils: Command line utilities for Siemens BS-11 BTS

 There is a tool in this package for configuring the Siemens BS-11 BTS.
 Additionally, it contains one tool for making use of an ISDN-card and the
 public telephone network as frequency standard for the E1 line.

osmocom-bs11-utils-dbgsym: debug symbols for osmocom-bs11-utils
osmocom-bsc: GSM Base Station Controller

 This is the BSC-only version of OpenBSC. It requires a Mobile Switching Center
 (MSC) to operate.
 You might rather prefer to use osmocom-nitb which is considered a
 "GSM Network-in-a-Box" and does not depend on a MSC.

osmocom-bsc-dbgsym: debug symbols for osmocom-bsc
osmocom-bsc-nat: Osmocom Base Station Controller Network Address Translation

 This NAT is useful for masquerading multiple BSCs behind one. It listens
 for incoming BSCs on port 5000 and connects to a specified Mobile Switching
 Center (MSC).
 This package is part of OpenBSC and closely related to osmocom-bsc.

osmocom-bsc-nat-dbgsym: debug symbols for osmocom-bsc-nat
osmocom-gbproxy: No summary available for osmocom-gbproxy in ubuntu cosmic.

No description available for osmocom-gbproxy in ubuntu cosmic.

osmocom-gbproxy-dbgsym: debug symbols for osmocom-gbproxy
osmocom-ipaccess-utils: Command line utilities for ip.access nanoBTS

 This package contains utilities that are specific for nanoBTS when being used
 together with OpenBSC. It contains mainly three tools: ipaccess-find,
 ipaccess-config and ipaccess-proxy.

osmocom-ipaccess-utils-dbgsym: debug symbols for osmocom-ipaccess-utils
osmocom-nitb: GSM Network-in-a-Box, implements BSC, MSC, SMSC, HLR, VLR

 This is the Network-in-a-Box version of OpenBSC. It has all the GSM network
 components bundled together. When using osmocom-nitb, there is no need for a
 Mobile Switching Center (MSC) which is needed when using osmocom-bsc.

osmocom-nitb-dbgsym: debug symbols for osmocom-nitb
osmocom-sgsn: No summary available for osmocom-sgsn in ubuntu cosmic.

No description available for osmocom-sgsn in ubuntu cosmic.

osmocom-sgsn-dbgsym: debug symbols for osmocom-sgsn