grub-installer (1.128ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=medium

  * Resynchronise with Debian.  Remaining changes:
    - Show the grub menu and raise the menu timeout if other operating
      systems are installed (only for GRUB Legacy right now).
    - Remove splash boot parameter unless debian-installer/framebuffer=true
      and debian-installer/splash=true.
    - If / or /boot are on a removable device, install GRUB there by
      default.
    - Support setting OVERRIDE_UNSUPPORTED_OS in the environment to force
      grub-installer to use its default MBR selection method despite there
      being unsupported operating systems on the disk.
    - Handle cases where /boot is bind-mounted.
    - Add support for writing an GRUB Legacy MBR on each disk in an
      mdadm-managed RAID providing /boot.  (GRUB 2 can handle this already.)
    - Properly make use of output from os-prober to configure the booting of
      other operating systems on dmraid arrays.  Attempt to guess where in
      the device map the array belongs, by substituting the first drive in
      the dmraid array for the dmraid array device node itself, and removing
      any reference to other member disks of the array.
    - Go back to using update-grub -y for GRUB Legacy for now; our grub
      package is a bit old and still requires this.
    - Allow grub/grub2 choice for ext4, though still default to grub2.
    - If /boot is on an MD device and we're using GRUB 2, install GRUB there
      rather than (hd0); GRUB 2 will interpret that as meaning that it needs
      to install to each of the RAID members.
    - If using GRUB 2 and installing to a RAID device any of whose
      components are partitions, then default to installing to the MBRs of
      each of the containing disks, since GRUB 2 will refuse to install to
      the partition devices.
    - On i386/efi and amd64/efi subarchitectures, install grub-efi and purge
      grub, grub-legacy, and grub-pc; elsewhere, purge grub-efi*.
    - Add a preseedable grub-installer/timeout template to adjust the
      initial GRUB timeout.
    - Install GRUB to the SATA RAID or multipath device when /boot is on
      such a device, rather than installing to the first hard disk.
    - Remove grub-gfxpayload-lists in situations where we need to remove
      grub-pc.
    - Remove 'quiet' from target system command line if
      debian-installer/quiet is set to false.
    - When /boot is on a loopback device (i.e. Wubi), install GRUB there.
    - Simplify /proc and /sys mounting; make sure they're consistently
      mounted for the entire life of grub-installer, and consistently
      unmounted on exit.
    - Only process the output of os-prober into boot menu entries if we're
      actually going to use them; if we're using GRUB 2 and os-prober is
      installed, then it will deal with this itself and do a better job of
      it.
    - Properly handle systems on which there may be more than 26 disks, and our
      boot partition meant to be on a disk named [hsv]d[a-z][a-z].
    - Don't try to mark a partition as active, except on grub-pc.
    - Better handle PReP partitions on ppc64el:
      - prep-bootdev: add '-l' option to list all PReP partitions.  With this,
        it's possible to do more things to select a PReP partition.
      - grub-installer [ppc64el]: bootdev/wipe_bootdev: prefer PReP partition
        on the same disk as the boot file system partition ($disc_offered).
    - Fall back to grub-pc if there is no /target/boot/efi directory.
    - Handle partitioned /dev/mdNNN devices, installing to the corresponding
      disk instead.
    - If grub-installer/bootdev was set to (hd0), override it to the OS device
      name for the first disk if possible.
    - Multipath device names have changed; so since multipath-tools 0.5.0
      rather than mpath[0-9]+p[0-9]+, they are now named mpath[a-z]+[0-9]+.
      Fix this so grub-installer has a chance of properly installing on
      multipath devices when not using grub-ieee1275.
    - Force grub-installer/bootdev to take precedence over only_debian and
      with_other_os.
    - Only look for the prep flag, not boot as well; these appear to be
      mutually exclusive on GPT.
    - Fix ppc64el detection in boot device hack.
    - Handle FusionIO devices.
    - Always use grub-efi-amd64-signed on 64bit UEFI systems instead of
      relying on SecureBoot detection.
    - update_grub() used a variable called $update_grub, change name
      to $update_grub_cmd to prevent this clash.
    - Fix code that transfers user boot parameters into target system to work
      even when grub-pc is already installed, as in the case of installing
      with a live filesystem.
    - Ensure appropriate package removals if grub-efi-amd64-signed is
      selected.
    - If the SecureBoot EFI variable is set, then install
      grub-efi-amd64-signed rather than grub-efi, along with shim-signed if
      available.

Date: Thu, 10 Dec 2015 13:46:55 -0500
Changed-By: Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre <mathieu...@ubuntu.com>
Maintainer: Ubuntu Installer Team <ubuntu-instal...@lists.ubuntu.com>
https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/grub-installer/1.128ubuntu1
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Date: Thu, 10 Dec 2015 13:46:55 -0500
Source: grub-installer
Binary: grub-installer
Architecture: source
Version: 1.128ubuntu1
Distribution: xenial
Urgency: medium
Maintainer: Ubuntu Installer Team <ubuntu-instal...@lists.ubuntu.com>
Changed-By: Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre <mathieu...@ubuntu.com>
Description:
 grub-installer - Install GRUB on a hard disk (udeb)
Changes:
 grub-installer (1.128ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=medium
 .
   * Resynchronise with Debian.  Remaining changes:
     - Show the grub menu and raise the menu timeout if other operating
       systems are installed (only for GRUB Legacy right now).
     - Remove splash boot parameter unless debian-installer/framebuffer=true
       and debian-installer/splash=true.
     - If / or /boot are on a removable device, install GRUB there by
       default.
     - Support setting OVERRIDE_UNSUPPORTED_OS in the environment to force
       grub-installer to use its default MBR selection method despite there
       being unsupported operating systems on the disk.
     - Handle cases where /boot is bind-mounted.
     - Add support for writing an GRUB Legacy MBR on each disk in an
       mdadm-managed RAID providing /boot.  (GRUB 2 can handle this already.)
     - Properly make use of output from os-prober to configure the booting of
       other operating systems on dmraid arrays.  Attempt to guess where in
       the device map the array belongs, by substituting the first drive in
       the dmraid array for the dmraid array device node itself, and removing
       any reference to other member disks of the array.
     - Go back to using update-grub -y for GRUB Legacy for now; our grub
       package is a bit old and still requires this.
     - Allow grub/grub2 choice for ext4, though still default to grub2.
     - If /boot is on an MD device and we're using GRUB 2, install GRUB there
       rather than (hd0); GRUB 2 will interpret that as meaning that it needs
       to install to each of the RAID members.
     - If using GRUB 2 and installing to a RAID device any of whose
       components are partitions, then default to installing to the MBRs of
       each of the containing disks, since GRUB 2 will refuse to install to
       the partition devices.
     - On i386/efi and amd64/efi subarchitectures, install grub-efi and purge
       grub, grub-legacy, and grub-pc; elsewhere, purge grub-efi*.
     - Add a preseedable grub-installer/timeout template to adjust the
       initial GRUB timeout.
     - Install GRUB to the SATA RAID or multipath device when /boot is on
       such a device, rather than installing to the first hard disk.
     - Remove grub-gfxpayload-lists in situations where we need to remove
       grub-pc.
     - Remove 'quiet' from target system command line if
       debian-installer/quiet is set to false.
     - When /boot is on a loopback device (i.e. Wubi), install GRUB there.
     - Simplify /proc and /sys mounting; make sure they're consistently
       mounted for the entire life of grub-installer, and consistently
       unmounted on exit.
     - Only process the output of os-prober into boot menu entries if we're
       actually going to use them; if we're using GRUB 2 and os-prober is
       installed, then it will deal with this itself and do a better job of
       it.
     - Properly handle systems on which there may be more than 26 disks, and our
       boot partition meant to be on a disk named [hsv]d[a-z][a-z].
     - Don't try to mark a partition as active, except on grub-pc.
     - Better handle PReP partitions on ppc64el:
       - prep-bootdev: add '-l' option to list all PReP partitions.  With this,
         it's possible to do more things to select a PReP partition.
       - grub-installer [ppc64el]: bootdev/wipe_bootdev: prefer PReP partition
         on the same disk as the boot file system partition ($disc_offered).
     - Fall back to grub-pc if there is no /target/boot/efi directory.
     - Handle partitioned /dev/mdNNN devices, installing to the corresponding
       disk instead.
     - If grub-installer/bootdev was set to (hd0), override it to the OS device
       name for the first disk if possible.
     - Multipath device names have changed; so since multipath-tools 0.5.0
       rather than mpath[0-9]+p[0-9]+, they are now named mpath[a-z]+[0-9]+.
       Fix this so grub-installer has a chance of properly installing on
       multipath devices when not using grub-ieee1275.
     - Force grub-installer/bootdev to take precedence over only_debian and
       with_other_os.
     - Only look for the prep flag, not boot as well; these appear to be
       mutually exclusive on GPT.
     - Fix ppc64el detection in boot device hack.
     - Handle FusionIO devices.
     - Always use grub-efi-amd64-signed on 64bit UEFI systems instead of
       relying on SecureBoot detection.
     - update_grub() used a variable called $update_grub, change name
       to $update_grub_cmd to prevent this clash.
     - Fix code that transfers user boot parameters into target system to work
       even when grub-pc is already installed, as in the case of installing
       with a live filesystem.
     - Ensure appropriate package removals if grub-efi-amd64-signed is
       selected.
     - If the SecureBoot EFI variable is set, then install
       grub-efi-amd64-signed rather than grub-efi, along with shim-signed if
       available.
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