This bug was fixed in the package coreutils - 8.32-3ubuntu1
coreutils (8.32-3ubuntu1) groovy; urgency=medium
* Merge with Debian unstable (LP: #1888046). Remaining changes:
+ Allow crossbuilding
+ Run tests
+ Ignore the cut-huge-range test failure on armhf, only seen on
+ Add dep8 tests
+ Make 'uname -i -p' return the real processor/hardware,
instead of unknown.
+ Fix detection of floating point endianness.
+ Avoid displaying snaps in output from df and other tools, by
excluding display of squashfs filesystems.
(LP #1219529, #1756595)
+ Exclude devtmpfs filesystems in output from df and other tools
since it is a dummy filesystem.
* Refresh d/patches/.
* Fix FTBFS on ARM64.
- d/p/restore-ls-behavior-8.31.patch: Upstream patch to restore
coreutils ls' 8.31 behavior on removed directories, which is
necessary to prevent using SYS_getdents that doesn't exist on
- d/p/improve-removed-directory-test.patch: Upstream patch to
improve ls' removed-directory test.
-- Sergio Durigan Junior Fri, 24 Jul
2020 15:01:15 -0400
** Changed in: coreutils (Ubuntu)
Status: New => Fix Released
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Please merge coreutils 8.32-2 (main) from Debian unstable (main)
Status in coreutils package in Ubuntu:
New coreutils features are missing in Ubuntu. Especially, "ls
--time=birth" available since 8.32, and time of file creation in
stat(1) on btrfs or ext4 fixed since 8.31. Please consider to
incorporate these features at least into Ubuntu 20.10 (Groovy
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