sg3-utils 1.44-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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sg3-utils (1.44-1ubuntu1) eoan; urgency=medium

  * Merge with Debian unstable. Remaining changes:
    - debian/control, debian/rules: build a sg3-udeb installer package again.
    - debian/sg3-udeb.install: install the right binaries for sg3-udeb.
  * Dropped:
    - d/p/ftbfs-sysmacro-include.patch: include correct header for the
      major()/minor() macro definitions. (LP: #1823436)
      [Fixed upstream]

sg3-utils (1.44-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version 1.44
  * Drop patch ship-rescan-script.sh. Merged upstream.
  * Update new symbol list

sg3-utils (1.42-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Fix path for udevadm, which now resides in /bin.
    Thanks to Michael Biebl (Closes: #852585)
  * Switch packaging to Salsa

 -- Andreas Hasenack <email address hidden>  Tue, 18 Jun 2019 14:51:10 +0000

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Andreas Hasenack on 2019-06-21
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Binary packages built by this source

libsgutils2-2: utilities for devices using the SCSI command set (shared libraries)

 Most OSes have SCSI pass-through interfaces that enable user space programs
 to send SCSI commands to a device and fetch the response. With SCSI to ATA
 Translation (SAT) many ATA disks now can process SCSI commands. Typically
 each utility in this package implements one SCSI command. See the draft
 standards at www.t10.org for SCSI command definitions plus SAT. ATA
 commands are defined in the draft standards at www.t13.org . For a mapping
 between supported SCSI and ATA commands and utility names in this package
 see the COVERAGE file
 .
 Shared library used by the utilities in the sg3-utils package.

libsgutils2-2-dbgsym: debug symbols for libsgutils2-2
libsgutils2-dev: utilities for devices using the SCSI command set (developer files)

 Most OSes have SCSI pass-through interfaces that enable user space programs
 to send SCSI commands to a device and fetch the response. With SCSI to ATA
 Translation (SAT) many ATA disks now can process SCSI commands. Typically
 each utility in this package implements one SCSI command. See the draft
 standards at www.t10.org for SCSI command definitions plus SAT. ATA
 commands are defined in the draft standards at www.t13.org . For a mapping
 between supported SCSI and ATA commands and utility names in this package
 see the COVERAGE file.
 .
 Developer files (i.e. headers and a static library) which are associated with
 the utilities in the sg3-utils package.

sg3-udeb: utilities for devices using the SCSI command set
sg3-utils: utilities for devices using the SCSI command set

 Most OSes have SCSI pass-through interfaces that enable user space programs
 to send SCSI commands to a device and fetch the response. With SCSI to ATA
 Translation (SAT) many ATA disks now can process SCSI commands. Typically
 each utility in this package implements one SCSI command. See the draft
 standards at www.t10.org for SCSI command definitions plus SAT. ATA
 commands are defined in the draft standards at www.t13.org . For a mapping
 between supported SCSI and ATA commands and utility names in this package
 see the COVERAGE file.

sg3-utils-dbgsym: debug symbols for sg3-utils
sg3-utils-udev: utilities for devices using the SCSI command set (udev rules)

 Most OSes have SCSI pass-through interfaces that enable user space programs
 to send SCSI commands to a device and fetch the response. With SCSI to ATA
 Translation (SAT) many ATA disks now can process SCSI commands. Typically
 each utility in this package implements one SCSI command. See the draft
 standards at www.t10.org for SCSI command definitions plus SAT. ATA
 commands are defined in the draft standards at www.t13.org . For a mapping
 between supported SCSI and ATA commands and utility names in this package
 see the COVERAGE file.
 .
 udev rules which are associated with the utilities in the sg3-utils package.