systemd 228-3ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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systemd (228-3ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=medium

  * Merge with Debian unstable. Remaining Ubuntu changes:
    - Hack to support system-image read-only /etc, and modify files in
      /etc/writable/ instead.
    - Simpler udev maintainer scripts (all platforms must support udev, no
      debconf).
    - Provide shutdown fallback for upstart. (LP: #1370329)
    - Add Get-RTC-is-in-local-time-setting-from-etc-default-rc.patch: In
      Ubuntu we currently keep the setting whether the RTC is in local or UTC
      time in /etc/default/rcS "UTC=yes|no", instead of /etc/adjtime.
      (LP: #1377258)
    - Put session scopes into all cgroup controllers. This makes unprivileged
      user LXC containers work under systemd. (LP: #1346734)
    - Change systemd-sysv's conflicts to upstart-sysv. (LP: #1422681)
    - Build using libseccomp on powerpc and ppc64el (See Debian #800818).

    Upgrade fixes, keep until 16.04 LTS release:
    - systemd Conflicts/Replaces/Provides systemd-services.
    - Remove obsolete systemd-logind upstart job.
    - Clean up obsolete /etc/udev/rules.d/README.
    - systemd.postinst: Migrate mountall specific fstab options to standard
      util-linux "nofail" option.
    - systemctl: Don't forward telinit u to upstart. This works around
      upstart's Restart() always reexec'ing /sbin/init on Restart(), even if
      that changes to point to systemd during the upgrade. This avoids running
      systemd during a dist-upgrade. (LP: #1430479)
    - Break lvm (<< 2.02.133-1ubuntu1) and remove our dummy /etc/init.d/lvm2
      on upgrades, as it's shipped by lvm2 now.
    - Make udev break on mdadm << 3.3-2ubuntu3, as udev's init script dropped
      the "Provides: raid-mdadm". This needs to be kept until after 16.04 LTS.

systemd (228-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Martin Pitt ]
  * debian/rules: Remove temporary debug output from test failures again. All
    Debian buildd kernels are recent enough now, but add a check for kernels
    older than 3.13 and ignore test failures for those.
  * debian/tests/networkd: Factor out dnsmasq specific test "router" setup, so
    that we can test against other implementations.
  * debian/tests/networkd: Add router setup using an (isolated) networkd
    process for configuring the veths and DHCP server.
  * debian/tests/networkd: On failure, only show journal for current test.
  * systemd-networkd-resolvconf-update.service: Wait for getting a name
    server, not just for getting online.
  * debian/tests/boot-and-services: Wait until bash crash stack trace is in
    the journal before asserting on it. Also relax RE to work on non-x86
    architectures.
  * debian/tests/networkd: If /etc/resolv.conf already has three nameservers,
    accept that too (as then the additional test one can't be added any more).
  * Fix FTBFS on x32. Thanks Helmut Grohne! (Closes: #805910)
  * debian/tests/networkd: For IPv6 tests, also wait for IPv4 address to
    arrive; s-n-wait-online already exits after getting an IPv6 address, but
    we verify both.
  * debian/tests/boot-and-services: Don't check for "Requesting system
    poweroff" log message in nspawn test, current upstream master does not
    write that any more. Instead check for "Stopped Container c1".
  * Add "storage" autopkgtest. Initially this covers some basic use cases with
    LUKS cryptsetup devices.
  * Add acl build dependency (for <!nocheck>). Current upstream master now
    needs it for some test cases.
  * debian/extra/initramfs-tools/scripts/init-bottom/udev: Use "rm -rf"
    instead of "nuke". The latter does not exist any more in current
    initramfs-tools.
  * Ignore test failures during "make check" if /etc/machine-id is missing
    (like in ancient local schroots). (Closes: #807884)
  * debian/extra/rules/80-debian-compat.rules: Remember which device got the
    "cdrw", "dvd", or "dvdrw" symlink to avoid changing links on device
    events. (Closes: #774080). Drop the rule for the "cdrom" symlink as that
    is already created in 60-cdrom_id.rules.
  * Eliminate "hotplug.functions" udev helper and put the logging functions
    directly into net.agent. This simplifies the migration of the latter to
    ifupdown.
  * Adjust manpages to keep /usr/lib/systemd/{user*,boot,ntp-units.d,modules*}
    paths, only keep /lib/systemd/{system*,network}. (Closes: #808997)
  * debian/udev.README.Debian: Fix typo and slight wording improvement.
    (Closes: #809513)
  * Drop net.agent, 80-networking.rules, and ifup@.service. These moved to
    ifupdown 0.8.5 now. Add Breaks: to earlier versions.

  [ Michael Biebl ]
  * Bump Build-Depends on libdw-dev to (>= 0.158) as per configure.ac.
    (Closes: #805631)
  * Make sure all swap units are ordered before the swap target. This avoids
    that swap devices are being stopped prematurely during shutdown.
    (Closes: #805133)
  * Drop unneeded /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc.d/50-systemd-user.sh from the package
    and clean up the conffile on upgrades. We have the dbus-user-session
    package in Debian to properly enable the D-Bus user-session mode which
    also takes care of updating the systemd --user environment.
    (Closes: #795761)
  * Stop testing for unknown arguments in udev maintainer scripts.
  * Drop networking.service.d/systemd.conf. The ifupdown package now ships a
    proper service file so this drop-in file is no longer necessary.

  [ Andreas Henriksson ]
  * Fix LSB init hook to not reload masked services. (Closes: #804882)

 -- Martin Pitt <email address hidden>  Sun, 03 Jan 2016 12:59:25 +0100

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libnss-myhostname: nss module providing fallback resolution for the current hostname

 This package contains a plugin for the Name Service Switch, providing host
 name resolution for the locally configured system hostname as returned by
 gethostname(2). It returns all locally configured public IP addresses or -- if
 none are configured, the IPv4 address 127.0.1.1 (which is on the local
 loopback) and the IPv6 address ::1 (which is the local host).
 .
 A lot of software relies on that the local host name is resolvable. This
 package provides an alternative to the fragile and error-prone manual editing
 of /etc/hosts.
 .
 Installing this package automatically adds myhostname to /etc/nsswitch.conf.

libnss-myhostname-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libnss-myhostname

 This package contains a plugin for the Name Service Switch, providing host
 name resolution for the locally configured system hostname as returned by
 gethostname(2). It returns all locally configured public IP addresses or -- if
 none are configured, the IPv4 address 127.0.1.1 (which is on the local
 loopback) and the IPv6 address ::1 (which is the local host).
 .
 A lot of software relies on that the local host name is resolvable. This
 package provides an alternative to the fragile and error-prone manual editing
 of /etc/hosts.
 .
 Installing this package automatically adds myhostname to /etc/nsswitch.conf.

libnss-mymachines: nss module to resolve hostnames for local container instances

 nss-mymachines is a plugin for the GNU Name Service Switch (NSS) functionality
 of the GNU C Library (glibc) providing hostname resolution for local containers
 that are registered with systemd-machined.service(8). The container names are
 resolved to IP addresses of the specific container, ordered by their scope.
 .
 Installing this package automatically adds mymachines to /etc/nsswitch.conf.

libnss-mymachines-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libnss-mymachines

 nss-mymachines is a plugin for the GNU Name Service Switch (NSS) functionality
 of the GNU C Library (glibc) providing hostname resolution for local containers
 that are registered with systemd-machined.service(8). The container names are
 resolved to IP addresses of the specific container, ordered by their scope.
 .
 Installing this package automatically adds mymachines to /etc/nsswitch.conf.

libnss-resolve: nss module to resolve names via systemd-resolved

 nss-resolve is a plugin for the GNU Name Service Switch (NSS) functionality
 of the GNU C Library (glibc) providing DNS and LLMNR resolution to programs via
 the systemd-resolved daemon (provided in the systemd package).
 .
 Installing this package automatically adds resolve to /etc/nsswitch.conf.

libnss-resolve-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libnss-resolve

 nss-resolve is a plugin for the GNU Name Service Switch (NSS) functionality
 of the GNU C Library (glibc) providing DNS and LLMNR resolution to programs via
 the systemd-resolved daemon (provided in the systemd package).
 .
 Installing this package automatically adds resolve to /etc/nsswitch.conf.

libpam-systemd: system and service manager - PAM module

 This package contains the PAM module which registers user sessions in
 the systemd control group hierarchy for logind.
 .
 If in doubt, do install this package.
 .
 Packages that depend on logind functionality need to depend on libpam-systemd.

libpam-systemd-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libpam-systemd

 This package contains the PAM module which registers user sessions in
 the systemd control group hierarchy for logind.
 .
 If in doubt, do install this package.
 .
 Packages that depend on logind functionality need to depend on libpam-systemd.

libsystemd-dev: systemd utility library - development files

 The libsystemd0 library provides interfaces to various systemd components.
 .
 This package contains the development files.

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

 The libsystemd0 library provides interfaces to various systemd components.
 .
 This package contains the development files.

libsystemd0: systemd utility library

 The libsystemd0 library provides interfaces to various systemd components.

libsystemd0-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libsystemd0

 The libsystemd0 library provides interfaces to various systemd components.

libudev-dev: libudev development files

 This package contains the files needed for developing applications that
 use libudev.

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

 This package contains the files needed for developing applications that
 use libudev.

libudev1: libudev shared library

 This library provides access to udev device information.

libudev1-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libudev1

 This library provides access to udev device information.

libudev1-udeb: libudev shared library

 This library provides access to udev device information.
 .
 This is a minimal version, only for use in the installation system.

libudev1-udeb-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libudev1-udeb

 This library provides access to udev device information.
 .
 This is a minimal version, only for use in the installation system.

systemd: system and service manager

 systemd is a system and service manager for Linux. It provides aggressive
 parallelization capabilities, uses socket and D-Bus activation for starting
 services, offers on-demand starting of daemons, keeps track of processes
 using Linux control groups, supports snapshotting and restoring of the system
 state, maintains mount and automount points and implements an elaborate
 transactional dependency-based service control logic.
 .
 systemd is compatible with SysV and LSB init scripts and can work as a
 drop-in replacement for sysvinit.
 .
 Installing the systemd package will not switch your init system unless you
 boot with init=/bin/systemd or install systemd-sysv in addition.

systemd-container: systemd container/nspawn tools

 This package provides systemd's tools for nspawn and container/VM management:
  * systemd-nspawn
  * systemd-machined and machinectl
  * systemd-importd

systemd-container-dbgsym: debug symbols for package systemd-container

 This package provides systemd's tools for nspawn and container/VM management:
  * systemd-nspawn
  * systemd-machined and machinectl
  * systemd-importd

systemd-coredump: tools for storing and retrieving coredumps

 This package provides systemd tools for storing and retrieving coredumps:
  * systemd-coredump
  * coredumpctl

systemd-coredump-dbgsym: debug symbols for package systemd-coredump

 This package provides systemd tools for storing and retrieving coredumps:
  * systemd-coredump
  * coredumpctl

systemd-dbg: system and service manager (debug symbols)

 This package contains the debugging symbols for systemd, udev and
 related libraries.

systemd-dbgsym: debug symbols for package systemd

 systemd is a system and service manager for Linux. It provides aggressive
 parallelization capabilities, uses socket and D-Bus activation for starting
 services, offers on-demand starting of daemons, keeps track of processes
 using Linux control groups, supports snapshotting and restoring of the system
 state, maintains mount and automount points and implements an elaborate
 transactional dependency-based service control logic.
 .
 systemd is compatible with SysV and LSB init scripts and can work as a
 drop-in replacement for sysvinit.
 .
 Installing the systemd package will not switch your init system unless you
 boot with init=/bin/systemd or install systemd-sysv in addition.

systemd-journal-remote: tools for sending and receiving remote journal logs

 This package provides tools for sending and receiving remote journal logs:
  * systemd-journal-remote
  * systemd-journal-upload
  * systemd-journal-gatewayd

systemd-journal-remote-dbgsym: debug symbols for package systemd-journal-remote

 This package provides tools for sending and receiving remote journal logs:
  * systemd-journal-remote
  * systemd-journal-upload
  * systemd-journal-gatewayd

systemd-sysv: system and service manager - SysV links

 systemd is a system and service manager for Linux. It provides aggressive
 parallelization capabilities, uses socket and D-Bus activation for starting
 services, offers on-demand starting of daemons, keeps track of processes
 using Linux control groups, supports snapshotting and restoring of the system
 state, maintains mount and automount points and implements an elaborate
 transactional dependency-based service control logic.
 .
 systemd is compatible with SysV and LSB init scripts and can work as a
 drop-in replacement for sysvinit.
 .
 This package provides the manual pages and links needed for systemd
 to replace sysvinit. Installing systemd-sysv will overwrite /sbin/init with a
 link to systemd.

systemd-sysv-dbgsym: debug symbols for package systemd-sysv

 systemd is a system and service manager for Linux. It provides aggressive
 parallelization capabilities, uses socket and D-Bus activation for starting
 services, offers on-demand starting of daemons, keeps track of processes
 using Linux control groups, supports snapshotting and restoring of the system
 state, maintains mount and automount points and implements an elaborate
 transactional dependency-based service control logic.
 .
 systemd is compatible with SysV and LSB init scripts and can work as a
 drop-in replacement for sysvinit.
 .
 This package provides the manual pages and links needed for systemd
 to replace sysvinit. Installing systemd-sysv will overwrite /sbin/init with a
 link to systemd.

udev: /dev/ and hotplug management daemon

 udev is a daemon which dynamically creates and removes device nodes from
 /dev/, handles hotplug events and loads drivers at boot time.

udev-dbgsym: debug symbols for package udev

 udev is a daemon which dynamically creates and removes device nodes from
 /dev/, handles hotplug events and loads drivers at boot time.

udev-udeb: /dev/ and hotplug management daemon

 udev is a daemon which dynamically creates and removes device nodes from
 /dev/, handles hotplug events and loads drivers at boot time.
 .
 This is a minimal version, only for use in the installation system.

udev-udeb-dbgsym: debug symbols for package udev-udeb

 udev is a daemon which dynamically creates and removes device nodes from
 /dev/, handles hotplug events and loads drivers at boot time.
 .
 This is a minimal version, only for use in the installation system.