targetcli-fb 1:2.1.51-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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targetcli-fb (1:2.1.51-0ubuntu1) focal; urgency=medium

  [ Rafael David Tinoco ]
  * New upstream version 2.1.51
    - Upstream changed their versioning scheme in a way that makes the
      latest version lower than the previous one therefore we had to add
      an epoch bump.
  * debian/watch: fix the watch file for upstream versions without fb.

  [ Christian Ehrhardt ]
  * This now provides an optional daemon targetclid to be used for
    operations at scale to retain state between commands in memory.
    - d/manpages: install targetclid man page
    - d/rules: install and enable targetclid service and socket

 -- Rafael David Tinoco <email address hidden>  Thu, 27 Feb 2020 02:30:18 +0000

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Rafael David Tinoco on 2020-02-27
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Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Architectures:
all
Section:
misc
Urgency:
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targetcli-fb: Command shell for managing the Linux LIO kernel target

 The targetcli-fb package is a command-line interface for configuring
 the LIO generic SCSI target, present in 3.x Linux kernel versions.
 .
 The targetcli-fb package is a fork of the "targetcli" code written by
 RisingTide Systems. The "-fb" differentiates between the original and
 this version. Please ensure to use either all "fb" versions of the
 targetcli components -- targetcli, rtslib, and configshell, or stick
 with all non-fb versions, since they are no longer strictly
 compatible.