schroot 1.6.10-1ubuntu3 source package in Ubuntu

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schroot (1.6.10-1ubuntu3) xenial; urgency=medium

  * Add mount-make-bind-mounts-private.patch: Make bind mounts use private
    mount propagation, to avoid recursive bind mounts in the schroot spilling
    over into the host and unmounting them on the host when tearing down the
    schroot. Patch by Tyler Hicks, thank you! (LP: #1430557, Closes: #786566)

 -- Martin Pitt <email address hidden>  Mon, 01 Feb 2016 16:11:09 +0100

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dchroot: No summary available for dchroot in ubuntu yakkety.

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dchroot-dbgsym: debug symbols for package dchroot

 dchroot allows users to execute commands or interactive shells in
 different chroots. A typical installation might provide 'stable',
 'testing' and 'unstable' chroots. Users can move between chroots as
 necessary.
 .
 NOTE: the schroot package provides a better implementation of
 dchroot. In particular:
  * dchroot quoting issues are not present. dchroot runs commands in
    the chroot with -c option of the user's default shell; when
    multiple command options are used, the options are concatenated
    together, separated by spaces. This concatenation breaks shell
    quoting.
  * schroot implements fine-grained access controls based on users
    and groups, either of which may be granted the ability to gain
    root access to the chroot if required.
 Using schroot will avoid these issues, as well as provide additional
 functionality dchroot does not possess.

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

 sbuild provides facilities to manage and access chroots, as part of
 schroot.
 .
 schroot allows users to execute commands or interactive shells in
 different chroots. Any number of named chroots may be created, and
 access permissions given to each, including root access for normal
 users, on a per-user or per-group basis. Additionally, schroot can
 switch to a different user in the chroot, using PAM for
 authentication and authorisation. All operations are logged for
 security.
 .
 This package contains the header files and static library needed to
 develop applications which make use of sbuild. Once the API and ABI
 are stable, a shared library will replace the static library.

libsbuild-doc: development documentation for the Debian source builder

 sbuild provides facilities to manage and access chroots, as part of
 schroot.
 .
 schroot allows users to execute commands or interactive shells in
 different chroots. Any number of named chroots may be created, and
 access permissions given to each, including root access for normal
 users, on a per-user or per-group basis. Additionally, schroot can
 switch to a different user in the chroot, using PAM for
 authentication and authorisation. All operations are logged for
 security.
 .
 This package contains the API documentation needed to develop
 applications which make use of sbuild.

schroot: Execute commands in a chroot environment

 schroot allows users to execute commands or interactive shells in
 different chroots. Any number of named chroots may be created, and
 access permissions given to each, including root access for normal
 users, on a per-user or per-group basis. Additionally, schroot can
 switch to a different user in the chroot, using PAM for
 authentication and authorisation. All operations are logged for
 security.
 .
 Several different types of chroot are supported, including normal
 directories in the filesystem, and also block devices. Sessions,
 persistent chroots created on the fly from files (tar with optional
 compression) and Btrfs and LVM snapshots are also supported.
 .
 schroot supports kernel personalities, allowing the programs run
 inside the chroot to have a different personality. For example,
 running 32-bit chroots on 64-bit systems, or even running binaries
 from alternative operating systems such as SVR4 or Xenix.
 .
 schroot also integrates with sbuild, to allow building packages with
 all supported chroot types, including session-managed chroot types
 such as Btrfs and LVM snapshots.
 .
 schroot shares most of its options with dchroot, but offers vastly
 more functionality.

schroot-common: common files for schroot

 schroot allows users to execute commands or interactive shells in
 different chroots. Any number of named chroots may be created, and
 access permissions given to each, including root access for normal
 users, on a per-user or per-group basis. Additionally, schroot can
 switch to a different user in the chroot, using PAM for
 authentication and authorisation. All operations are logged for
 security.
 .
 This package provides translations for localisation of schroot
 programs.

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schroot-dbgsym: debug symbols for package schroot

 schroot allows users to execute commands or interactive shells in
 different chroots. Any number of named chroots may be created, and
 access permissions given to each, including root access for normal
 users, on a per-user or per-group basis. Additionally, schroot can
 switch to a different user in the chroot, using PAM for
 authentication and authorisation. All operations are logged for
 security.
 .
 Several different types of chroot are supported, including normal
 directories in the filesystem, and also block devices. Sessions,
 persistent chroots created on the fly from files (tar with optional
 compression) and Btrfs and LVM snapshots are also supported.
 .
 schroot supports kernel personalities, allowing the programs run
 inside the chroot to have a different personality. For example,
 running 32-bit chroots on 64-bit systems, or even running binaries
 from alternative operating systems such as SVR4 or Xenix.
 .
 schroot also integrates with sbuild, to allow building packages with
 all supported chroot types, including session-managed chroot types
 such as Btrfs and LVM snapshots.
 .
 schroot shares most of its options with dchroot, but offers vastly
 more functionality.