Update from NVML Team Testing from Marcin Slusarz:

Several issues found, some critical. List in severity order:
1)Libpmem-dev is not installable, because one of the files also exists in 

2)Libpmemobj-dev package doesn't install all C header files, making it
completely useless.

3)Libpmemobj C++ headers and documentation are not packaged at all.

4)Librpmem is not packaged.

5)Libpmemblk-dev, libpmemlog-dev, libpmempool-dev and libpmemobj-dev do
not depend on libpmem-dev (pkg-config files won't work correctly without

6)Libraries are installed to /usr/lib instead of /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-

7)Pkg-config files in all -dev packages point to /usr/local.
This is actually a bug in pmdk, which we already fixed on master. I think it 
doesn't matter much, but it's worth backporting it for 1.3.2.

8)"NVML library" (NVM library library) in package descriptions looks a
bit silly.

9)Homepage points to github, instead of http://pmem.io/pmdk/.

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