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“xen” 4.3.0-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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xen (4.3.0-1ubuntu1) saucy; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian unstable. Remaining changes:
    - Add armhf to packages (except ocaml related) and create hypervisor
      and system-meta package. Modify build environment to produce Arm
      packages.
      * debian/control
      * debian/rules.gen
      * debian/rules.real
      * debian/patches/ubuntu-tools-armhf-without-ocaml.patch
        Ocaml source fail to build on Arm.
    - Re-introduce xen-hypervisor-amd64 for i386 builds. Otherwise i386
      would be rendered uninstallable.
      * debian/arch/i386/defines
      * debian/control
    - Keep qemu-dm for now (upstream qemu would not support
      migration, yet). Forward-port some patches from the old Debian
      package which still included qemu-dm:
      * debian/patches/qemu-prefix.diff
        Modify LDFLAGS to point to lib dir for qemu-dm.
      * debian/patches/qemu-disable-blktap.diff
        Blktap never went upstream.
      * debian/patches/ubuntu-qemu-disable-qemu-upstream.diff
        We want to use the binary from qemu-system-x86.
      * debian/patches/ubuntu-qemu-upstream-location.patch
        Modify tools to look for qemu-system-i386 in public path.
    - Fixup hvmloader build to find the correct PXE boot roms.
      * ubuntu-tools-firmware-etherboot-kvm-ipxe.diff
    - Add packaging dependency on libxenstore to libxen (otherwise
      libtool fails to find references for libxenlight).
      * debian/rules.real
    - Add migration helper that removes private paths from xend domain
      configs.
      * debian/scripts/Makefile
      * debian/scripts/xend-domain-config-path-strip
      * debian/xen-utils-common.postinst
    - Fix for using ulong instead of unsigned long in gdbsx.
      * debian/patches/toolchain.diff
  * First test for suitable toolstack in xendomains before using the list
    command as that causes the xapi daemon to hang.
    - debian/xen-utils-common.xendomains.init
 -- Stefan Bader <email address hidden>   Fri, 27 Sep 2013 15:12:17 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Stefan Bader on 2013-10-02
Sponsored by:
Andy Whitcroft
Uploaded to:
Saucy
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Component:
main
Architectures:
amd64 i386 armhf all
Section:
kernel
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Saucy release on 2013-10-02 main kernel

Builds

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Available diffs

Binary packages built by this source

libxen-4.3: Public libs for Xen

 This package contains the shared libraries for Xen.

libxen-dev: Public headers and libs for Xen

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

libxen-ocaml: OCaml libraries for controlling Xen

 This package contains the runtime libraries required for the ocaml
 bindings to the Xen control libraries.

libxen-ocaml-dev: OCaml libraries for controlling Xen (devel package)

 This package contains the ocaml findlib packages for compiling
 applications that are designed to control the Xen hypervisor.

libxenstore3.0: Xenstore communications library for Xen

 This package contains the public libxenstore.

xen-hypervisor-4.3-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-4.3-armhf: Xen Hypervisor on Arm v7/v8

 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-system-amd64: Xen System on AMD64 (meta-package)

 This package depends on the latest Xen hypervisor for use on AMD64 and the
 Xen utils.

xen-system-armhf: Xen System on Arm v7/v8 (meta-package)

 This package depends on the latest Xen hypervisor for use on armhf and the
 Xen utils.

xen-utils-4.3: XEN administrative tools

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

xen-utils-common: Xen administrative tools - common files

 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.