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Accepted wpasupplicant 0.4.7-3bpo1 (source i386)

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Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2006 10:57:25 +0100
Source: wpasupplicant
Binary: wpasupplicant
Architecture: source i386
Version: 0.4.7-3bpo1
Distribution: sarge-backports
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Kyle McMartin <kyle@debian.org>
Changed-By: Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@debian.org>
 wpasupplicant - Client support for WPA and WPA2 (IEEE 802.11i)
Closes: 287220 296310 304032 310136 315031 315963 315964 317548 322171 322174 322175 325296 326226 327522 330138 331533 331533 332654 335487 336423 338131 346265 347347 350900 353530
 wpasupplicant (0.4.7-3bpo1) sarge-backports; urgency=low
   * Rebuilt for sarge.
   * Disabled wpagui package.
 wpasupplicant (0.4.7-4) unstable; urgency=low
   [Daniel T Chen]
   * Convert rcS.d script to use /etc/network/if-p{ost-down,re-up}.d
     instead. Remove the rcS.d script installed in 0.4.7-0ubuntu{1,2}.
     If you manually modified /etc/network/interfaces to use the pre-up
     and post-down directives with wpasupplicant, please remove them.
     Thanks to Scott James Remnant for the guidance. (Closes: #304032)
   [Kel Modderman - submitted via bug #353530] (Closes: #353530)
   * Use upstream manpages.
   * added watch file
   * cleanups in debian/rules
   * Install wpagui manpage to man8
   * Use qmake-qt4 directly, to avoid ftbfs on systems with other qt
     versions installed.
   [Reinhard Tartler]
   * Merged with ubuntu package
   * added myself to Uploaders
   * use debhelper 5
   * remove debian/wpasupplicant.conffiles, debhelper handles this on its own
   * renamed ChangeLog.gz to changelog.gz, (Policy 12.7)
   * installed lintian override for possible multiple calling of update-rc.d.
     This is necessary to support different upgrade paths.
   * revised postinst, so that updating initskript links happens in when
     configuring the package only
   * introduce debian/NEWS, documenting importants bits of debian/changelogs,
     and a bit about future development of wpasupplicant
   * verified working WPA EAP-TLS on ipw2200. (Closes: #317548)
   * /etc/init.d/wpasupplicant is now a initscript which is not started on
     startup by default. (see changes by Daniel T Chen). lintian is not happy
     about this, so another lintian override was added
 wpasupplicant (0.4.7-3) unstable; urgency=low
   * Another brown paper bag release.
   * Fix mistype of $CONFIG_FILE variable name in default script. Also make
     this the same variable checked for existance in the init script, as that
     was another bug I missed. (closes: #350900)
 wpasupplicant (0.4.7-2) unstable; urgency=low
   * Brown paper bag release.
   * Add description for wpagui binary package...
 wpasupplicant (0.4.7-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream version. (closes: #347347)
   * New binary package, wpa_gui; build-deps on Qt4. (closes: #332654)
   * Move wpasupplicant to run in rcS, before networking. This will likely
     upset a few people, but as wpasupplicant can wait for the interface to
     exist before doing anything, it shouldn't cause any real problems.
     (closes: #310136)
   * Document in default config file that EAP-FAST will not work
     without a patch to OpenSSL. (closes: #322174)
   * Comment out most of the default config file, some people kept the
     whole file verbatim, causing OpenSSL to try and load some uncommon
     libraries people likely didn't have installed, resulting in
     wpasupplicant segfaulting (closes: #330138, #336423)
   * Also for #336423, Suggest: libengine-pkcs11-openssl, and document why.
   * Make more noise when the daemon fails to run. (closes: #346265)
   * Don't advertise that -i may not be required in default/wpasupplicant,
     this option was removed as it did not scale to handle multiple
     interfaces. (closes: #322175)
   * Document typical location of config file in manpage. Note,
     wpasupplicant no longer implicitly finds a config file. (closes: #315963)
   * Add simple WPA-PSK example to default config file. (closes: #331533)
   * Split up $OPTIONS in default/wpasupplicant. (closes: #331533)
 wpasupplicant (0.4.6-0.2) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream version (closes: #335487).
   * This version is designed for Wireless Extensions 19 and so will work
     with Linux kernel 2.6.14.  Closes: #338131.
   * Note that WPA support was added in Wireless Extensions 18 and should
     therefore exist in new (2.6.14-compliant) drivers, including
     ipw2200 v1.0.8. In order to take advantage of this new support you need to
     invoke wpasupplicant with the wext driver ("-D wext" in
     /etc/default/wpasupplicant for instance, instead of "-D ipw" say).
     Probably closes also #304087 and #317548, but I'm not going to confirm
     that just for an NMU.
   * Added comments to README.Debian amounting to the above.
   * Borrowed some of Norbert Preining's improvements:
         - add debhelper token to postrm script
         - fix address of FSF in copyright file
         - bump standards version to 3.6.2
         (Kyle, when you get back to this package, find Norbert's other changes
         upgrading to debhelper 4 in bug #338131).
   * Set NMU version to 0.2 for Norbert's convenience.
   * Marked /etc/init.d/wpasupplicant as a conffile (should really use
     debhelper4 to take care of this, but I'm not going to make the other
     changes needed for this).
 wpasupplicant (0.4.4-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream version.
   * Ship a default /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf which associates with any
     open access point. (closes: #287220, #322171, #315964)
   * /etc/default/wpasupplicant is no longer mode 755 (closes: #315031)
   * Add a postrm script, oops, overlooked this initially... (closes: #327522)
   * Fix hyphen/minus in man pages. (closes: #296310)
   * patches/
     - 01_config
       + update
       + Enable wired driver. (closes: #325296)
       + Add EAP_FAST to config, but comment it out. EAP_FAST requires a patch
         to openssl before it is compileable.
     - 10_madwifi_includes
       + update from madwifi CVS. (closes: #326226)
 wpasupplicant (0.4.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.
   * Add debhelper flag to postinst.
 wpasupplicant (0.4.1-0) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.
   * This release was not uploaded.
 wpasupplicant (0.4.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.
   * patches/
     - 12_ipw_open_aps
       + remove patch: It seems to cause problems with associating with
         open access points.
     - 11_madwifi_open_aps
       + remove patch, fixed upstream
           driver_madwifi: fixed association in plaintext mode
 57192874058a9211be47e777231f166c 669 net optional wpasupplicant_0.4.7-3bpo1.dsc
 a74aac593730441fa70baa2cba2e46ae 470664 net optional wpasupplicant_0.4.7.orig.tar.gz
 84cef0b1396c1ba625dfdc3054d42318 28927 net optional wpasupplicant_0.4.7-3bpo1.diff.gz
 412fb97d55a114992ce3643546a6d046 170028 net optional wpasupplicant_0.4.7-3bpo1_i386.deb

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