xen 4.1.1-2ubuntu4.5 source package in Ubuntu

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xen (4.1.1-2ubuntu4.5) oneiric-security; urgency=low

  * Applying Xen Security Advisory:
    - VT-d: fix interrupt remapping source validation for devices behind
      legacy bridges
      CVE-2012-5634
  * Applying qemu security fixes:
    - e1000: Discard packets that are too long if !SBP and !LPE
      CVE-2012-6075
    - Discard packets longer than 16384 when !SBP to match the hardware
      behavior.
      CVE-2012-6075
 -- Stefan Bader <email address hidden>   Mon, 07 Jan 2013 18:56:53 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Stefan Bader on 2013-01-08
Sponsored by:
Marc Deslauriers
Uploaded to:
Oneiric
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Component:
main
Architectures:
any
Section:
kernel
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

libxen-dev: Public headers and libs for Xen

 This package contains the public headers and static libraries for Xen.

libxenstore3.0: Xenstore communications library for Xen

 This package contains the public libxenstore.

xen-docs-4.1: Documentation for Xen

 This package contains all the large documentation files for Xen. This
 includes a description interface (both the API, and a nice explanation of
 how XEN works).

xen-hypervisor-4.1-amd64: Xen Hypervisor on AMD64

 The hypervisor is the "core" for XEN itself. It gets booted by the boot
 loader and controls cpu and memory, sharing them between your
 administrative domain (Domain 0) and the virtual guest systems.
 .
 In order to boot a XEN system along with this package you also need a
 kernel specifically crafted to work as the Domain 0, mediating hardware
 access for XEN itself.

xen-hypervisor-4.1-i386: Xen Hypervisor on i386

 The hypervisor is the "core" for XEN itself. It gets booted by the boot
 loader and controls cpu and memory, sharing them between your
 administrative domain (Domain 0) and the virtual guest systems.
 .
 In order to boot a XEN system along with this package you also need a
 kernel specifically crafted to work as the Domain 0, mediating hardware
 access for XEN itself.

xen-utils-4.1: XEN administrative tools

 The userspace tools to manage a system virtualized through the XEN virtual
 machine monitor.

xenstore-utils: Xenstore utilities for Xen

 This package contains the Xenstore utilities.