This bug was fixed in the package gce-compute-image-packages -

gce-compute-image-packages (20170718-0ubuntu1~14.04.0) trusty; urgency=medium

  [ Balint Reczey ]
  * Update debian/copyright
  * New upstream version 20170718 (LP: #1705448)

  [ Łukasz 'sil2100' Zemczak ]
  * Backport to trusty.
    - Retain the delta between devel and trusty as those are necessary for the
      package to build and work.
  * Remove d/p/0001-On-Debian-Ubuntu-based-systems-the-service-name-is-s.patch:
    - Included in new upstream version.

 -- Łukasz 'sil2100' Zemczak <>  Fri, 21 Jul
2017 09:25:56 +0200

** Changed in: gce-compute-image-packages (Ubuntu Trusty)
       Status: Fix Committed => Fix Released

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  Update google compute-image-packages to 20170718

Status in gce-compute-image-packages package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released
Status in gce-compute-image-packages source package in Trusty:
  Fix Released
Status in gce-compute-image-packages source package in Xenial:
  Fix Released
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Status in gce-compute-image-packages source package in Zesty:
  Fix Released

Bug description:

  compute-image-packages is provided by Google for installation within
  guests that run on Google Compute Engine. It is a collection of tools
  and daemons, packaged as gce-compute-image-packages, that ensure that
  the Ubuntu images published to GCE run properly on their platform.

  Cloud platforms evolve at a rate that can't be handled in six-month
  increments, and they will often develop features that they would like
  to be available to customers who don't want to upgrade from earlier
  Ubuntu releases. As such, updating gce-compute-image-packages to more
  recent upstream releases is required within all Ubuntu releases, so
  they continue to function properly in their environment.

  With this release we also add a new binary package to the suite -
  google-compute-engine-oslogin which is for a future feature of using
  OS Login on GCE VM instances.

  [Test Case]

  When a new version of gce-compute-image-packages is uploaded to
  -proposed, the following will be done:

   * an image based on -proposed will be built for GCE and published to the 
ubuntu-os-cloud-devel project
   * the CPC team will write new automated tests to cover new testable 
functionality (if any) in the new package
   * the automated testing that the CPC team normally runs against GCE images 
before they are published will be run against the -proposed image
   * the GCE team will be asked to validate that the new package addresses the 
issues it is expected to address, and that the image passes their internal 
image validation.

  If all the testing indicates that the image containing the new package
  is acceptable, verification will be considered to be done.

  [Other Information]

  This bug is used for tracking of releasing the new upstream version
  for all supported series, as per the approved policy mentioned in the
  following MRE:

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