hw-detect (1.114ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=medium

  * Resynchronise with Debian.  Remaining changes:
    - Add an 'archdetect-deb' package, containing /usr/bin/archdetect.  Add
      an archdetect(1) manual page.
    - Add support for activating fakeraid devices with mdadm.
    - disk-detect.sh: Do not check the kernel command line for any option
      to enable dmraid support. If functional dmraid arrays are found, the
      user will be asked if they wish to activate them.
    - 'dmraid -c -s' changed its output format; cope with both old and new.
    - Make dmraid logging a bit neater.
    - Offer iSCSI targets for preseeding if partman-iscsi is available and
      no disk devices are found.
    - disk-detect.sh: Use mpath[a-z] now rather than mpath[0-9] to identify
      multipath devices and thus know to install partman-multipath.
    - disk-detect.sh: run update-dev after installing multipath and sg3.
    - debian/control: Depends on multipath-udeb (>= 0.5.0), which introduces
      the multipath device naming changes above.
    - Remove dm-emc from the multipath modules, since it's gone since
      2.6.27.
    - Improve checks for dm-* drivers being present to avoid relying on them
      being built as modules.
    - Bump question to load driver injection disk from medium to high, and
      raise driver-injection-disk package priority to standard. Thus the
      udeb will be loaded by default, but before installing any debs from
      the OEMDRV a confirmation question will be asked (default true, can be
      pre-seeded)
    - Drop priorities of a couple of ethdetect questions to medium.
    - Exit zero if you continue all the way through ethdetect's errors about
      having no network interfaces.
    - Remove FireWire Ethernet support.

Date: Fri, 04 Dec 2015 12:19:18 -0500
Changed-By: Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre <mathieu...@ubuntu.com>
Maintainer: Ubuntu Installer Team <ubuntu-instal...@lists.ubuntu.com>
https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/hw-detect/1.114ubuntu1
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Date: Fri, 04 Dec 2015 12:19:18 -0500
Source: hw-detect
Binary: hw-detect ethdetect disk-detect driver-injection-disk-detect archdetect 
archdetect-deb
Architecture: source
Version: 1.114ubuntu1
Distribution: xenial
Urgency: medium
Maintainer: Ubuntu Installer Team <ubuntu-instal...@lists.ubuntu.com>
Changed-By: Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre <mathieu...@ubuntu.com>
Description:
 archdetect - Hardware architecture detector (udeb)
 archdetect-deb - Hardware architecture detector
 disk-detect - Detect disk drives (udeb)
 driver-injection-disk-detect - Detect OEM driver injection disks (udeb)
 ethdetect  - Detect network hardware and load kernel drivers for it (udeb)
 hw-detect  - Detect hardware and load kernel drivers for it (udeb)
Changes:
 hw-detect (1.114ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=medium
 .
   * Resynchronise with Debian.  Remaining changes:
     - Add an 'archdetect-deb' package, containing /usr/bin/archdetect.  Add
       an archdetect(1) manual page.
     - Add support for activating fakeraid devices with mdadm.
     - disk-detect.sh: Do not check the kernel command line for any option
       to enable dmraid support. If functional dmraid arrays are found, the
       user will be asked if they wish to activate them.
     - 'dmraid -c -s' changed its output format; cope with both old and new.
     - Make dmraid logging a bit neater.
     - Offer iSCSI targets for preseeding if partman-iscsi is available and
       no disk devices are found.
     - disk-detect.sh: Use mpath[a-z] now rather than mpath[0-9] to identify
       multipath devices and thus know to install partman-multipath.
     - disk-detect.sh: run update-dev after installing multipath and sg3.
     - debian/control: Depends on multipath-udeb (>= 0.5.0), which introduces
       the multipath device naming changes above.
     - Remove dm-emc from the multipath modules, since it's gone since
       2.6.27.
     - Improve checks for dm-* drivers being present to avoid relying on them
       being built as modules.
     - Bump question to load driver injection disk from medium to high, and
       raise driver-injection-disk package priority to standard. Thus the
       udeb will be loaded by default, but before installing any debs from
       the OEMDRV a confirmation question will be asked (default true, can be
       pre-seeded)
     - Drop priorities of a couple of ethdetect questions to medium.
     - Exit zero if you continue all the way through ethdetect's errors about
       having no network interfaces.
     - Remove FireWire Ethernet support.
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