snapd 2.62+22.04 source package in Ubuntu


snapd (2.62+22.04) jammy; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release, LP: #2058277
    - Aspects based configuration schema support (experimental)
    - Refresh app awareness support for UI (experimental)
    - Support for user daemons by introducing new control switches
      --user/--system/--users for service start/stop/restart
    - Add AppArmor prompting experimental flag (feature currently
    - Installation of local snap components of type test
    - Packaging of components with snap pack
    - Expose experimental features supported/enabled in snapd REST API
      endpoint /v2/system-info
    - Support creating and removing recovery systems for use by factory
    - Enable API route for creating and removing recovery systems using
      /v2/systems with action create and /v2/systems/{label} with action
    - Lift requirements for fde-setup hook for single boot install
    - Enable single reboot gadget update for UC20+
    - Allow core to be removed on classic systems
    - Support for remodeling on hybrid systems
    - Install desktop files on Ubuntu Core and update after snapd
    - Upgrade sandbox features to account for cgroup v2 device filtering
    - Support snaps to manage their own cgroups
    - Add support for AppArmor 4.0 unconfined profile mode
    - Add AppArmor based read access to /etc/default/keyboard
    - Upgrade to squashfuse 0.5.0
    - Support useradd utility to enable removing Perl dependency for
    - Support for recovery-chooser to use console-conf snap
    - Add support for --uid/--gid using strace-static
    - Add support for notices (from pebble) and expose via the snapd
      REST API endpoints /v2/notices and /v2/notice
    - Add polkit authentication for snapd REST API endpoints
      /v2/snaps/{snap}/conf and /v2/apps
    - Add refresh-inhibit field to snapd REST API endpoint /v2/snaps
    - Add refresh-inhibited select query to REST API endpoint /v2/snaps
    - Take into account validation sets during remodeling
    - Improve offline remodeling to use installed revisions of snaps to
      fulfill the remodel revision requirement
    - Add rpi configuration option sdtv_mode
    - When snapd snap is not installed, pin policy ABI to 4.0 or 3.0 if
      present on host
    - Fix gadget zero-sized disk mapping caused by not ignoring zero
      sized storage traits
    - Fix gadget install case where size of existing partition was not
      correctly taken into account
    - Fix trying to unmount early kernel mount if it does not exist
    - Fix restarting mount units on snapd start
    - Fix call to udev in preseed mode
    - Fix to ensure always setting up the device cgroup for base bare
      and core24+
    - Fix not copying data from newly set homedirs on revision change
    - Fix leaving behind empty snap home directories after snap is
      removed (resulting in broken symlink)
    - Fix to avoid using libzstd from host by adding to snapd snap
    - Fix autorefresh to correctly handle forever refresh hold
    - Fix username regex allowed for system-user assertion to not allow
    - Fix incorrect application icon for notification after autorefresh
    - Fix to restart mount units when changed
    - Fix to support AppArmor running under incus
    - Fix case of snap-update-ns dropping synthetic mounts due to
      failure to match  desired mount dependencies
    - Fix parsing of base snap version to enable pre-seeding of Ubuntu
      Core Desktop
    - Fix packaging and tests for various distributions
    - Add remoteproc interface to allow developers to interact with
      Remote Processor Framework which enables snaps to load firmware to
      ARM Cortex microcontrollers
    - Add kernel-control interface to enable controlling the kernel
      firmware search path
    - Add nfs-mount interface to allow mounting of NFS shares
    - Add ros-opt-data interface to allow snaps to access the host
      /opt/ros/ paths
    - Add snap-refresh-observe interface that provides refresh-app-
      awareness clients access to relevant snapd API endpoints
    - steam-support interface: generalize Pressure Vessel root paths and
      allow access to driver information, features and container
    - steam-support interface: make implicit on Ubuntu Core Desktop
    - desktop interface: improved support for Ubuntu Core Desktop and
      limit autoconnection to implicit slots
    - cups-control interface: make autoconnect depend on presence of
      cupsd on host to ensure it works on classic systems
    - opengl interface: allow read access to /usr/share/nvidia
    - personal-files interface: extend to support automatic creation of
      missing parent directories in write paths
    - network-control interface: allow creating /run/resolveconf
    - network-setup-control and network-setup-observe interfaces: allow
      busctl bind as required for systemd 254+
    - libvirt interface: allow r/w access to /run/libvirt/libvirt-sock-
      ro and read access to /var/lib/libvirt/dnsmasq/**
    - fwupd interface: allow access to IMPI devices (including locking
      of device nodes), sysfs attributes needed by amdgpu and the COD
      capsule update directory
    - uio interface: allow configuring UIO drivers from userspace
    - serial-port interface: add support for NXP Layerscape SoC
    - lxd-support interface: add attribute enable-unconfined-mode to
      require LXD to opt-in to run unconfined
    - block-devices interface: add support for ZFS volumes
    - system-packages-doc interface: add support for reading jquery and
      sphinx documentation
    - system-packages-doc interface: workaround to prevent autoconnect
      failure for snaps using base bare
    - microceph-support interface: allow more types of block devices to
      be added as an OSD
    - mount-observe interface: allow read access to
      /proc/{pid}/task/{tid}/mounts and proc/{pid}/task/{tid}/mountinfo
    - polkit interface: changed to not be implicit on core because
      installing policy files is not possible
    - upower-observe interface: allow stats refresh
    - gpg-public-keys interface: allow creating lock file for certain
      gpg operations
    - shutdown interface: allow access to SetRebootParameter method
    - media-control interface: allow device file locking
    - u2f-devices interface: support for Trustkey G310H, JaCarta U2F,
      Kensington VeriMark Guard, RSA DS100, Google Titan v2

 -- Ernest Lotter <email address hidden>  Thu, 21 Mar 2024 22:06:09 +0200

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

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snap-confine: Transitional package for snapd

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snapd: Daemon and tooling that enable snap packages

 Install, configure, refresh and remove snap packages. Snaps are
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 cloud, servers, desktops and the internet of things.
 Start with 'snap list' to see installed snaps.

snapd-dbgsym: debug symbols for snapd
snapd-xdg-open: Transitional package for snapd-xdg-open

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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

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ubuntu-snappy-cli: transitional dummy package

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