vm-builder 0.12.4+bzr488-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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vm-builder (0.12.4+bzr488-0ubuntu1) saucy; urgency=low

  * Incorporate fix to specify macaddr when using bridge (LP: #392097)
 -- Serge Hallyn <email address hidden>   Mon, 24 Jun 2013 14:40:27 -0500

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Uploaded by:
Serge Hallyn on 2013-06-24
Uploaded to:
Saucy
Original maintainer:
Soren Hansen
Component:
universe
Architectures:
all
Section:
utils
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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 .
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  * Xen
  * VMWare
 .
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 .
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 .
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 .
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 .
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