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“ubiquity” 2.10.23 source package in Ubuntu

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ubiquity (2.10.23) precise-proposed; urgency=low

  * Honour base-installer/kernel/altmeta when deciding which kernels to
    install or keep installed.

ubiquity (2.10.22) precise-proposed; urgency=low

  [ Dmitrijs Ledkovs ]
  * Make user-setup-encrypted-swap wait until partitioning has finished
    before attempting to adjust /target/etc/fstab. (LP: #1024343)
    (LP: #1068178)

  [ Colin Watson ]
  * Don't remove kernel headers just because we're removing signed kernel
    images of the same flavour (LP: #1070427).

ubiquity (2.10.21) precise-proposed; urgency=low

  [ Colin Watson ]
  * Fix missing parentheses that caused removable installation media
    sometimes to be selected as the default GRUB device (LP: #987418).
  * Support UEFI Secure Boot (LP: #1075181):
    - Try to install a signed kernel if base-installer asks for one, and
      don't leave signed kernels installed if it doesn't.
    - If the SecureBoot EFI variable is set, then ensure that
      grub-efi-amd64-signed and shim-signed remain installed.
    - Copy the signed kernel from /cdrom if it is not in the squashfs.  If
      there is a signed kernel there but no unsigned one, then use sbattach
      to remove the signature and construct the unsigned kernel on the fly.
  * Automatic update of included source packages: base-installer
    1.122ubuntu7.2, grub-installer 1.68ubuntu5.1.

  [ Mario Limonciello ]
  * Don't let oem-config crash from an invalid server return on the timezone
    page. (LP: #887879)

  [ Dmitrijs Ledkovs ]
  * Do not preseed grub-install, if we are not proceeding to install. This
    should fix ValueError, I/O operation on closed file (LP: #1027648)
    (LP: #792652)
  * Prevent progress label to expand & shrink the window (LP: #1046241)

  [ Jonathan Riddell ]
  * Change from a KApplication to a QApplication to avoid using DBus, DBus
    as needed by KApplication no longer works with our multiple user changes
    LP: #1055967
 -- Colin Watson <email address hidden>   Thu, 06 Dec 2012 17:20:32 +0000

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Uploaded by:
Colin Watson on 2012-12-06
Uploaded to:
Precise
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Installer Team
Component:
main
Architectures:
any all
Section:
admin
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

oem-config: Perform end-user configuration after initial OEM installation

 The oem-config script re-asks a number of questions that are normally asked
 during installation, and reconfigures the system accordingly. This allows a
 vendor to install a skeleton system, clone it onto a large number of
 machines, and ship it to end users, while still allowing end users to set
 up their own username and password, language, timezone, and so on.

oem-config-check: enter OEM mode if requested
oem-config-debconf: debconf frontend for end-user post-OEM-install configuration

 The oem-config script re-asks a number of questions that are normally asked
 during installation, and reconfigures the system accordingly. This allows a
 vendor to install a skeleton system, clone it onto a large number of
 machines, and ship it to end users, while still allowing end users to set
 up their own username and password, language, timezone, and so on.
 .
 This is a frontend to oem-config that simply arranges for questions to be
 asked using the normal debconf frontend.

oem-config-gtk: GTK+ frontend for end-user post-OEM-install configuration

 The oem-config script re-asks a number of questions that are normally asked
 during installation, and reconfigures the system accordingly. This allows a
 vendor to install a skeleton system, clone it onto a large number of
 machines, and ship it to end users, while still allowing end users to set
 up their own username and password, language, timezone, and so on.
 .
 This is a GTK+ frontend to oem-config.

oem-config-kde: KDE frontend for end-user post-OEM-install configuration

 The oem-config script re-asks a number of questions that are normally asked
 during installation, and reconfigures the system accordingly. This allows a
 vendor to install a skeleton system, clone it onto a large number of
 machines, and ship it to end users, while still allowing end users to set
 up their own username and password, language, timezone, and so on.
 .
 This is a KDE frontend to oem-config.

oem-config-remaster: Remaster a CD with additional oem-config functionality

 This script remasters a CD with additional packages and optional oem-config
 preseed data.

oem-config-udeb: Prepare for OEM configuration
ubiquity: Ubuntu live CD installer

 This is a simple live CD installer designed to integrate well with Debian-
 and Ubuntu-based systems, and to reuse code from d-i for ease of
 maintenance.
 .
 Installing this package on a normal system is unlikely to be useful.

ubiquity-frontend-debconf: debconf frontend for the Ubiquity live installer

 This package provides a debconf-based user interface frontend for the
 Ubiquity live CD installer.

ubiquity-frontend-gtk: GTK+ frontend for Ubiquity live installer

 This package provides a GTK+-based user interface frontend for the Ubiquity
 live CD installer.

ubiquity-frontend-kde: KDE frontend for Ubiquity live installer

 This package provides a KDE-based user interface frontend for the Ubiquity
 live CD installer.

ubiquity-ubuntu-artwork: Ubuntu artwork for Ubiquity live installer

 This package provides Ubuntu-themed user interface artwork, help files, and
 user interface text for the Ubiquity live CD installer.