Michael Biebl would rather not build the s390 plugin in Debian. He
pointed to this comment which says that it's currently not used by
udisks but only by Fedora/Red Hat-specific utilities.
** Changed in: libblockdev (Ubuntu)
Status: Incomplete => New
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Built for all supported architectures. In sync with Debian.
udisks2 2.7 uses the "libblockdev library for all low level storage
management tasks instead of calling command line tools." libblockdev appears to
have the same maintainers ("storaged project") as udisks2.
It would be nice to have the new version to support GNOME Disks 3.26's new
Resize and Repair features.
There is some interest in dropping Gparted from the Ubuntu live ISO
since it does not support Wayland and it still uses gtk2.
No known security issues
- Ubuntu Desktop bugs is the subscriber (although the Desktop Team thinks
that Foundations should be responsible for udisks and friends)
dh_auto_test is run but I guess it's not actually running the upstream test
suite yet. (I think the upstream test suite needs to be run as autopkgtests)
Debian's udisks2 recommends libblockdev-plugins-all which depends on these
- libblockdev-crypto2 which depends on the universe libvolume-key1 (source:
- libblockdev-btrfs2 which depends on the universe libbytesize1 (source:
- libblockdev-kbd2 which depends on the universe libbytesize1 (source:
- libblockdev-mdraid2 which depends on the universe libbytesize1 (source:
libbytesize is another storaged project. Neither libbytesize nor
volume-key have any other universe binary dependencies. It might be ok
to temporarily not recommend those udisks2 plugins until the other 2
MIRs are processed.
4.1.1, debhelper compat 10, simple dh7 style rules
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