udisks2 2.7.6-2ubuntu4 source package in Ubuntu

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udisks2 (2.7.6-2ubuntu4) bionic; urgency=medium

  * debian/patches/correct_test_path.patch:
    - use the correct file location in a lio test
  * debian/tests/control:
    - Depends on libblockdev-crypto2 and targetcli-fb

 -- Sebastien Bacher <email address hidden>  Fri, 16 Mar 2018 11:27:16 +0100

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Sebastien Bacher on 2018-03-16
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Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Architectures:
linux-any all
Section:
admin
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

gir1.2-udisks-2.0: GObject based library to access udisks2 - introspection data

 The udisks daemon serves as an interface to system block devices,
 implemented via D-Bus. It handles operations such as querying, mounting,
 unmounting, formatting, or detaching storage devices such as hard disks
 or USB thumb drives.
 .
 This package provides introspection data for libudisks. It can be used
 by packages using the GIRepository format to generate dynamic bindings.

libudisks2-0: GObject based library to access udisks2

 The udisks daemon serves as an interface to system block devices,
 implemented via D-Bus. It handles operations such as querying, mounting,
 unmounting, formatting, or detaching storage devices such as hard disks
 or USB thumb drives.
 .
 This provides a convenience library for communicating with udisks2 from
 GObject based programs.

libudisks2-0-dbgsym: debug symbols for libudisks2-0
libudisks2-dev: GObject based library to access udisks2 - development files

 The udisks daemon serves as an interface to system block devices,
 implemented via D-Bus. It handles operations such as querying, mounting,
 unmounting, formatting, or detaching storage devices such as hard disks
 or USB thumb drives.
 .
 This package contains files that are needed to build applications using
 libudisks.

udisks2: D-Bus service to access and manipulate storage devices

 The udisks daemon serves as an interface to system block devices,
 implemented via D-Bus. It handles operations such as querying, mounting,
 unmounting, formatting, or detaching storage devices such as hard disks
 or USB thumb drives.
 .
 This package also provides the udisksctl utility, which can be used to
 trigger these operations from the command line (if permitted by
 PolicyKit).
 .
 Creating or modifying file systems such as XFS, RAID, or LUKS encryption
 requires that the corresponding mkfs.* and admin tools are installed, such as
 dosfstools for VFAT, xfsprogs for XFS, or cryptsetup for LUKS.

udisks2-btrfs: BTRFS support for udisks2

 The udisks daemon serves as an interface to system block devices,
 implemented via D-Bus. It handles operations such as querying, mounting,
 unmounting, formatting, or detaching storage devices such as hard disks
 or USB thumb drives.
 .
 This package provides support for BTRFS configuration.

udisks2-btrfs-dbgsym: debug symbols for udisks2-btrfs
udisks2-dbgsym: debug symbols for udisks2
udisks2-doc: udisks2 documentation

 The udisks daemon serves as an interface to system block devices,
 implemented via D-Bus. It handles operations such as querying, mounting,
 unmounting, formatting, or detaching storage devices such as hard disks
 or USB thumb drives.
 .
 This package provides the API reference and manuals in devhelp format.

udisks2-lvm2: LVM2 support for udisks2

 The udisks daemon serves as an interface to system block devices,
 implemented via D-Bus. It handles operations such as querying, mounting,
 unmounting, formatting, or detaching storage devices such as hard disks
 or USB thumb drives.
 .
 This package provides support for LVM2 configuration.

udisks2-lvm2-dbgsym: debug symbols for udisks2-lvm2