systemd (228-6ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=medium

  * Merge with Debian unstable. Remaining Ubuntu changes:
    - Hack to support system-image read-only /etc, and modify files in
      /etc/writable/ instead.
    - Build using libseccomp on powerpc and ppc64el (See Debian #800818).

    Upgrade fixes, keep until 16.04 LTS release:
    - systemd Conflicts/Replaces/Provides systemd-services.
    - Remove obsolete systemd-logind upstart job.
    - Clean up obsolete /etc/udev/rules.d/README.
    - systemd.postinst: Migrate mountall specific fstab options to standard
      util-linux "nofail" option.
    - systemctl: Don't forward telinit u to upstart. This works around
      upstart's Restart() always reexec'ing /sbin/init on Restart(), even if
      that changes to point to systemd during the upgrade. This avoids running
      systemd during a dist-upgrade. (LP: #1430479)
    - Provide shutdown fallback for upstart. (LP: #1370329)
    - Break lvm (<< 2.02.133-1ubuntu1) and remove our dummy /etc/init.d/lvm2
      on upgrades, as it's shipped by lvm2 now.
    - Make udev break on mdadm << 3.3-2ubuntu3, as udev's init script dropped
      the "Provides: raid-mdadm".
    - Clean up /var/log/udev on upgrade (which is written under upstart, but
      not under systemd). (LP: #1537211)
    - Migrate existing s390x network configuration to new names. (LP: #1526808)
    - systemd.postinst: Bump Version comparison for migrating the UTC setting
      from /etc/default/rcS to /etc/adjtime, to run it for upgrades to 16.04.

systemd (228-7) UNRELEASED; urgency=medium

  * debian/tests/systemd-fsckd: Tame overly strict test for failed plymouth
    unit, which is a race condition with plymouthd auto-stopping.
    (LP: #1543144)
  * Do not warn about Wants depencencies on masked units. (LP: #1543282)
  * Drop timedated-don-t-rely-on-usr-being-mounted-in-the-ini.patch.
    initramfs-tools has mounted /usr since Jessie, and tzdata now creates
    /etc/localtime as a symlink too (see #803144).
  * Use-different-default-paths-for-various-binaries.patch: Drop path changes
    for setcap (which is already a build dep and not used at all) and sulogin
    (which is now in util-linux).
  * Remove obsolete udev maintainer script checks:
    - Drop check for kernel >= 2.6.32, which released in 2009.
    - Drop restarting of some daemons due to the devtmpfs migration, which
      happened before the above kernel even.
    - Drop support for forcing upgrades on kernels known not to work via
      /etc/udev/kernel-upgrade. Don't pretend that this would help, as users
      could end up with a non-bootable system. Always fail early in preinst
      when it's still possible to install a working kernel.
    - Drop postinst test for "running in containers" -- it's actually possible
      to run udev in containers if you mount /sys r/w and you know what you
      are doing. Also, the init.d script and systemd service do that check
      again.
    - Keep the kernel feature and chroot checks, as these are still useful.
      Simplify check_kernel_features() by eliminating some variables.
    - Drop debconf templates. Two of them are obsolete, and having
      CONFIG_SYSFS_DEPRECATED is now so implausible that this doesn't warrant
      the overhead and translator efforts.
  * Drop debian/tests/ifupdown-hotplug. The units moved into ifupdown, so the
    test should go there too (see #814312).
  * debian/tests/control: Reorder tests and add a comment which ones should
    not be run for an upstream build.
  * debian/tests/control: Rearrange tests and avoid removing test dependencies
    to minimize testbed resets.
  * Add debian/extra/checkout-upstream: Script to replace the current
     source with a checkout of an upstream pull request, branch, or commit,
     and remove debian/patches/. Call from debian/rules if $TEST_UPSTREAM is
     set. This will be used for upstream CI.

systemd (228-6) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Make-run-lock-tmpfs-an-API-fs.patch: Drop /run/lock from
    tmpfiles.d/legacy.conf to avoid the latter clobbering the permissions of
    /run/lock. Fixes fallout from cleanup in -5 that resulted /run/lock to
    have 0755 permissions instead of 1777. (LP: #1541775)

Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2016 00:31:51 +0100
Changed-By: Martin Pitt <martin.p...@ubuntu.com>
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <ubuntu-devel-disc...@lists.ubuntu.com>
https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/systemd/228-6ubuntu1
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Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2016 00:31:51 +0100
Source: systemd
Binary: systemd systemd-sysv systemd-container systemd-journal-remote 
systemd-coredump libpam-systemd libnss-myhostname libnss-mymachines 
libnss-resolve libsystemd0 libsystemd-dev udev libudev1 libudev-dev udev-udeb 
libudev1-udeb systemd-dbg
Architecture: source
Version: 228-6ubuntu1
Distribution: xenial
Urgency: medium
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <ubuntu-devel-disc...@lists.ubuntu.com>
Changed-By: Martin Pitt <martin.p...@ubuntu.com>
Description:
 libnss-myhostname - nss module providing fallback resolution for the current 
hostname
 libnss-mymachines - nss module to resolve hostnames for local container 
instances
 libnss-resolve - nss module to resolve names via systemd-resolved
 libpam-systemd - system and service manager - PAM module
 libsystemd-dev - systemd utility library - development files
 libsystemd0 - systemd utility library
 libudev-dev - libudev development files
 libudev1   - libudev shared library
 libudev1-udeb - libudev shared library (udeb)
 systemd    - system and service manager
 systemd-container - systemd container/nspawn tools
 systemd-coredump - tools for storing and retrieving coredumps
 systemd-dbg - system and service manager (debug symbols)
 systemd-journal-remote - tools for sending and receiving remote journal logs
 systemd-sysv - system and service manager - SysV links
 udev       - /dev/ and hotplug management daemon
 udev-udeb  - /dev/ and hotplug management daemon (udeb)
Launchpad-Bugs-Fixed: 1370329 1430479 1526808 1537211 1541775 1543144 1543282
Changes:
 systemd (228-6ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=medium
 .
   * Merge with Debian unstable. Remaining Ubuntu changes:
     - Hack to support system-image read-only /etc, and modify files in
       /etc/writable/ instead.
     - Build using libseccomp on powerpc and ppc64el (See Debian #800818).
 .
     Upgrade fixes, keep until 16.04 LTS release:
     - systemd Conflicts/Replaces/Provides systemd-services.
     - Remove obsolete systemd-logind upstart job.
     - Clean up obsolete /etc/udev/rules.d/README.
     - systemd.postinst: Migrate mountall specific fstab options to standard
       util-linux "nofail" option.
     - systemctl: Don't forward telinit u to upstart. This works around
       upstart's Restart() always reexec'ing /sbin/init on Restart(), even if
       that changes to point to systemd during the upgrade. This avoids running
       systemd during a dist-upgrade. (LP: #1430479)
     - Provide shutdown fallback for upstart. (LP: #1370329)
     - Break lvm (<< 2.02.133-1ubuntu1) and remove our dummy /etc/init.d/lvm2
       on upgrades, as it's shipped by lvm2 now.
     - Make udev break on mdadm << 3.3-2ubuntu3, as udev's init script dropped
       the "Provides: raid-mdadm".
     - Clean up /var/log/udev on upgrade (which is written under upstart, but
       not under systemd). (LP: #1537211)
     - Migrate existing s390x network configuration to new names. (LP: #1526808)
     - systemd.postinst: Bump Version comparison for migrating the UTC setting
       from /etc/default/rcS to /etc/adjtime, to run it for upgrades to 16.04.
 .
 systemd (228-7) UNRELEASED; urgency=medium
 .
   * debian/tests/systemd-fsckd: Tame overly strict test for failed plymouth
     unit, which is a race condition with plymouthd auto-stopping.
     (LP: #1543144)
   * Do not warn about Wants depencencies on masked units. (LP: #1543282)
   * Drop timedated-don-t-rely-on-usr-being-mounted-in-the-ini.patch.
     initramfs-tools has mounted /usr since Jessie, and tzdata now creates
     /etc/localtime as a symlink too (see #803144).
   * Use-different-default-paths-for-various-binaries.patch: Drop path changes
     for setcap (which is already a build dep and not used at all) and sulogin
     (which is now in util-linux).
   * Remove obsolete udev maintainer script checks:
     - Drop check for kernel >= 2.6.32, which released in 2009.
     - Drop restarting of some daemons due to the devtmpfs migration, which
       happened before the above kernel even.
     - Drop support for forcing upgrades on kernels known not to work via
       /etc/udev/kernel-upgrade. Don't pretend that this would help, as users
       could end up with a non-bootable system. Always fail early in preinst
       when it's still possible to install a working kernel.
     - Drop postinst test for "running in containers" -- it's actually possible
       to run udev in containers if you mount /sys r/w and you know what you
       are doing. Also, the init.d script and systemd service do that check
       again.
     - Keep the kernel feature and chroot checks, as these are still useful.
       Simplify check_kernel_features() by eliminating some variables.
     - Drop debconf templates. Two of them are obsolete, and having
       CONFIG_SYSFS_DEPRECATED is now so implausible that this doesn't warrant
       the overhead and translator efforts.
   * Drop debian/tests/ifupdown-hotplug. The units moved into ifupdown, so the
     test should go there too (see #814312).
   * debian/tests/control: Reorder tests and add a comment which ones should
     not be run for an upstream build.
   * debian/tests/control: Rearrange tests and avoid removing test dependencies
     to minimize testbed resets.
   * Add debian/extra/checkout-upstream: Script to replace the current
      source with a checkout of an upstream pull request, branch, or commit,
      and remove debian/patches/. Call from debian/rules if $TEST_UPSTREAM is
      set. This will be used for upstream CI.
 .
 systemd (228-6) unstable; urgency=medium
 .
   * Make-run-lock-tmpfs-an-API-fs.patch: Drop /run/lock from
     tmpfiles.d/legacy.conf to avoid the latter clobbering the permissions of
     /run/lock. Fixes fallout from cleanup in -5 that resulted /run/lock to
     have 0755 permissions instead of 1777. (LP: #1541775)
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