snapd 2.24.1~14.04 source package in Ubuntu

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snapd (2.24.1~14.04) trusty; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release, LP: #1681799:
    - fix autopkgtest failures with stable core snap
    - ensure the snap-confine transitional package cleans up
      the no-longer-used apparmor profile to fix the kernels
      autopkgtest failures

snapd (2.24~14.04) trusty; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release, LP: #1681799:
    - interfaces/mount: add InfoEntry type
    - many: fix plug auto-connect during core transition
    - interfaces: fold network bind into core support with tests
    - .travis.yml: add option to make raw log less noisy
    - interfaces: adjust shm accesses to use 'm' for updated mmap kernel
      mediation
    - many: rename two core plugs that clash with slot names
    - snap-confine,browser-support: /dev/tty for snap-confine, misc
      browser-support for gnome-shell
    - store: add download test with EOF in the middle
    - tests: adjust to look for network-bind-plug
    - store: make hash error message more accurate
    - overlord/snapstate: simplify AliasesStatus down to just an
      AutoAliasesDisabled bool flag (aliases v2)
    - errtracker: never send errtracker reports when running under
      SNAPPY_TESTING
    - interfaces/repo: validate slot/plug names
    - daemon: Give the snap directories via GET /v2/system-info
    - interfaces/unity7: support unity messaging menu
    - interfaces/mount: add high-level Profile functions
    - git: ignore only the cmd/Makefile{,.in}
    - cmd: explicitly set _GNU_SOURCE and _FILE_OFFSET_BITS for xfs
      support
    - daemon: add desktop file location for app to the API
    - overlord,release: disable classic snap support when not possible
    - overlord: fix TestEnsureLoopPrune not to be so racy
    - many: abstract path to /bin/{true,false}
    - data/systemd: tweak data/systemd/Makefile to be slightly simpler
    - store: handle EOF via url.Error check
    - packaging: use templates for relevant systemd units
    - tests: run gccgo only on ubuntu-16.04-64
    - .travis.yml: remove travis matrix and do a single sequential run
    - overlord/state: make sure that setting to nil a state key is
      equivalent to deleting it
    - tests: fix incorrect shell expression
    - interfaces/mount: add OptsToFlags for converting arguments to
      syscall…
    - interfaces: add a joystick interface
    - tests: enable docker test for more ubuntu-core systems
    - tests: download and install additional dependencies when using
      prepackaged snapd
    - many: add support for partially static builds
    - interfaces: allow slot to introspect dbus-daemon in dbus
      interface, allow /usr/bin/arch by default
    - interfaces/mount: fix golint issues
    - interfaces/mount: add function for saving fstab-like file
    - osutil: introducing GetenvInt64, like GetenvBool but Int64er.
    - interfaces: drop udev tagging from framebuffer interface
    - snapstate: more helpers to work with aliases state (aliases
      v2)
    - interfaces/mount: add function for parsing fstab-like file
    - cmd: disable the re-associate fix as requested by jdstrand
    - overlord/snapstate: unlock/relock the state less, especially not
      across mutating the SnapState of a snap
    - interfaces: allow executing ld.so (needed with new AppArmor base
      abstraction)
    - interfaces/mount: add function for parsing mount entries
    - cmd: rework header check for xfs/xqm.h
    - cmd: add poky to the list of distros which don't support reexec
    - overlord: finish reorg, revert "be more conservative until we have
      cut 2.23.x"
    - cmd: select what socket to use in cmd/snap{,ctl}
    - overlord: remove snap config values when snap is removed
    - snapstate: introduce helper to apply to disk a alias states change
      for a snap (aliases v2)
    - configstate,hookstate: timeout the configure hook after 5 mins,
      report failures to the errtracker
    - interfaces/seccomp: add bind as part of the default seccomp policy
      for hooks
    - cmd: discard the C implementation of snap-update-ns
    - tests: remove stale apt proxy leftover from cloud-init
    - tests: move unity test to nightly suite
    - interfaces: add support for location-observe for
      dbus::ObjectManager session paths
    - boot: log error in KernelOrOsRebootRequired
    - interfaces: remove old API
    - interfaces: use udev spec
    - interfaces: convert systemd backend to new APIs
    - osutil: add BootID
    - tests: move docker test to new nightly suite
    - interfaces/mount: compute mount changes required to transition
      mount profiles
    - data/selinux: add context definition for snapctl
    - overlord: clean up organization under state packages
    - overlord: make sure all managers packages have *state.go with the
      main state manipulation/query APIs
    - interfaces: use spec in the dbus backend
    - store: download from authenticated URL if there is a device
      session set
    - tests: remove core_name variable
    - interfaces: rename thumbnailer to thumbnailer-service
    - interfaces: add chroot to base templates
    - asserts: remove some unused things
    - systemd: mount the squashfs with nodev
    - overlord: when shutting down assume errors might be due to
      cancellation so retry
    - cmd: rename all unit tests to $command/unit-test
    - cmd/snap: fix help string for version command
    - asserts: don't allow revocations with other items for the same
      developer
    - tests: skip lp-1644439 test on older kernels
    - interfaces: allow "sync" to be used by core support
    - assertstate,snapstate: have assertstate.AutoAliases use the
      "aliases" header
    - interfaces: allow writing config.txt.tmp  in the core-support
      interface
    - tests: adjust network-bind test
    - interfaces: dbus backend spec
    - asserts: introduce a snap-declaration "aliases" header to list
      auto aliases with explicit targets
    - cmd: enable large file support
    - cmd/snap: handle missing snap-confine
    - cmd/snap-confine: re-associate with pid-1 mount namespace if
      required
    - cmd/libsnap: make mountinfo structures public
    - tests: fix interfaces-cups-control for zesty
    - misc: revert "Log if the system goes into ForceDevMode"
    - interfaces: seccomp tests cleanup
    - cmd: validate SNAP_NAME
    - interfaces: log if the system goes into ForceDevMode
    - tests: fix classic-ubuntu-core-transition race
    - interfaces: use apparmor spec in the apparmor backend
    - interfaces: alphabetize framebuffer in base decl and add it to
      all_test.go
    - tests: add ubuntu-core-16-32 system to the external backend and
      fix docker test
    - cmd/libsnap: simplify sc_string_quote default case
    - osutil: fix double expand in environment map code and add test
    - interfaces: extend location-control out-of-process provider
      support
    - cmd/snap-update-ns: use bidirectional lists for mount entries
    - tests: prevent automatic transition before setting the initial
      state of the test
    - release: detect if we are in ForcedDevMode by inspecting the
      kernel
    - tests: add core-snap-refresh test
    - interfaces: add maliit input method interface
    - interfaces: seccomp spec API tweaks for better tests
    - interfaces: updates for mir-kiosk in browser-support, mir, opengl,
      unity7
    - testutils: address review feedback from PR#2997
    - tests: specify the core version to be unsquashfs'ed in the
      failover tests
    - interfaces: use MockInfo in tests
    - cmd/libsnap: add sc_quote_string
    - cmd/snap-confine: use sc_do_umount everywhere
    - interfaces: add unity8 plug permissions
    - timeutil: a few helpers for the recurring events
    - asserts: implement snap-developer type
    - partition: deal with grub{,2}-editenv in tests
    - many: add new (hidden) `snap debug ensure-state-soon` command and
      use in tests
    - interfaces/builtin: small refactor of dbus tests
    - packaging, tests: use "systemctl list-unit-files --full"
      everywhere
    - many: some opensuse patches that are ready to go into master
    - packaging: add opensuse permissions files
    - client, daemon: move "snap list" name filtering into snapd.
    - interfaces: use seccomp specs
    - overlord/snapstate: small cleanup of
      ensureForceDevmodeDropsDevmodeFromState
    - interfaces/builtin/alsa: add read access to alsa state dir
    - interfaces: use spec in kmod backend, updated firewall_control,
      openvswitch_support, ppp
    - cmd/snap-confine: use sc_do_mount everywhere
    - tests: remove workaround for docker again, snap-declaration is
      fixed now
    - interfaces: interface to allow autopilot introspection

 -- Michael Vogt <email address hidden>  Wed, 19 Apr 2017 11:54:33 +0200

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golang-github-snapcore-snapd-dev: snappy development go packages.

 Use these to use the snappy API.

golang-github-ubuntu-core-snappy-dev: transitional dummy package

 This is a transitional dummy package. It can safely be removed.

snap-confine: Transitional package for snapd

 This is a transitional dummy package. It can safely be removed.

snapd: Daemon and tooling that enable snap packages

 Install, configure, refresh and remove snap packages. Snaps are
 'universal' packages that work across many different Linux systems,
 enabling secure distribution of the latest apps and utilities for
 cloud, servers, desktops and the internet of things.
 .
 This is the CLI for snapd, a background service that takes care of
 snaps on the system. Start with 'snap list' to see installed snaps.

snapd-dbgsym: debug symbols for package snapd

 Install, configure, refresh and remove snap packages. Snaps are
 'universal' packages that work across many different Linux systems,
 enabling secure distribution of the latest apps and utilities for
 cloud, servers, desktops and the internet of things.
 .
 This is the CLI for snapd, a background service that takes care of
 snaps on the system. Start with 'snap list' to see installed snaps.

ubuntu-core-launcher: Transitional package for snapd

 This is a transitional dummy package. It can safely be removed.

ubuntu-core-snapd-units: transitional dummy package

 This is a transitional dummy package. It can safely be removed.

ubuntu-snappy: transitional dummy package

 This is a transitional dummy package. It can safely be removed.

ubuntu-snappy-cli: transitional dummy package

 This is a transitional dummy package. It can safely be removed.