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Accepted openafs 1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1 (source i386 all)

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Date: Tue, 07 Apr 2009 14:08:37 -0700
Source: openafs
Binary: openafs-krb5 openafs-client libopenafs-dev openafs-modules-source openafs-kpasswd libpam-openafs-kaserver openafs-dbserver openafs-dbg openafs-fileserver openafs-doc
Architecture: source i386 all
Version: 1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1
Distribution: etch-backports
Urgency: high
Maintainer: Russ Allbery <rra@debian.org>
Changed-By: Russ Allbery <rra@debian.org>
 libopenafs-dev - AFS distributed filesystem development libraries
 libpam-openafs-kaserver - AFS distributed filesystem kaserver PAM module
 openafs-client - AFS distributed filesystem client support
 openafs-dbg - AFS distributed filesystem debugging information
 openafs-dbserver - AFS distributed filesystem database server
 openafs-doc - AFS distributed filesystem documentation
 openafs-fileserver - AFS distributed filesystem file server
 openafs-kpasswd - AFS distributed filesystem old password changing
 openafs-krb5 - AFS distributed filesystem Kerberos 5 integration
 openafs-modules-source - AFS distributed filesystem kernel module source
Closes: 490752 492232 493120 493914 500850 501308 508258 511535 513680 514452 516023 521518 521745 522451
 openafs (1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1) etch-backports; urgency=low
   * Backport to oldstable.
   * Add build dependency on bzip2, which wasn't essential in etch.
 openafs (1.4.10+dfsg1-1) unstable; urgency=high
   * New upstream release.
     - OPENAFS-SA-2009-001: Avoid a potential kernel memory overrun if more
       items than requested are returned from an InlineBulk or BulkStatus
       message.  (CVE-2009-1251)
     - OPENAFS-SA-2009-002: Avoid converting negative errors into invalid
       kernel memory pointers.  (CVE-2009-1250)
     - Preliminary support for 2.6.30 kernels.
     - Dynamic vcache allocation support to deal with inotify vcache
     - Do appropriate locking for CellServDB in /proc.
     - Use +dfsg instead of .dfsg for saner version sorting.
   * Debian's 2.6.29 packages no longer include symlinks from the
     architecture-specific header tree to the common header tree and
     instead overlay both header trees using kbuild.  Change the Autoconf
     probes to always use kbuild and generate stub headers in the paths
     that OpenAFS expects that include the linux headers.  Patch from Aaron
     M. Ucko.  (Closes: #521745)
   * Build PIC versions of libafsauthent and libafsrpc and install them in
     libopenafs-dev for use when AFS code should be embedded into shared
     libraries.  Patch from Garrett Wollman.
   * Update CellServDB to 2008-11-07 version.  (Closes: #522451)
   * Update debian/watch for +dfsg naming instead of .dfsg.
   * Update standards version to 3.8.1 (no changes required).
   * Translation updates:
     - Japanese, thanks Hideki Yamane.  (Closes: #521518)
 openafs (1.4.8.dfsg1-3) unstable; urgency=low
   * Apply upstream CVS deltas:
     - STABLE14-cbr-free-what-you-alloc-20090325: dequeue items in the same
       way they were allocated.
     - STABLE14-shutdown-vcache-avoid-null-deref-20090324: avoid oops on
       shutdown.  (LP: #333197)
     - STABLE14-uphys-invalidate-returns-void-20081130: fix apparent Ubik
       synchronization errors due to incorrect use of a void return value.
   * Update package sections for the new archive organization.
 openafs (1.4.8.dfsg1-2) unstable; urgency=low
   * Make openafs-modules-source architecture-specific (arch: any instead
     of arch: all).  The new method for generating the kernel source tree
     only generates correct build machinery for the architecture on which
     it was built, making the package architecture-specific.  The generated
     tree is so much smaller that this still only uses about 1MB of archive
     space more than the old method and makes each openafs-modules-source
     package much smaller.  This is a workaround until we can fix
     libafs_tree to include enough build machinery to handle all Linux
     architectures from one source tree.  (Closes: #516023)
   * Explicitly remove *-stamp files in the clean target of the module
     build until the module build is upgraded to debhelper 7.
 openafs (1.4.8.dfsg1-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.  (Closes: #511535)
     - Support 2.6.28 kernels.  (LP: #303112)
     - Check at compile time that the kernel has keyring support rather
       than building non-functional modules.  (Closes: #500850)
     - Include vos clone man page.  (LP: #324449)
   * Apply upstream CVS deltas:
     - STABLE14-libuafs-updates-20081229: prerequisite for other deltas.
     - STABLE14-linux-truncate-race-20090109: avoid race condition during
     - STABLE14-linux-i-size-20090112: further fix for truncation race.
     - STABLE14-linux-truncate-cleanup-20090113: further truncation fix.
     - STABLE14-osi-probe-check-result-cope-with-enoent-20090115: fix for
       syscall probing.
     - STABLE14-linux-2629-20090115: support for 2.6.29 kernels.
       (Closes: #513680)
     - STABLE14-rx-idledead-only-ignore-keepalives-20081222: rx bug fix to
       not ignore other ping packets.
     - STABLE14-rx-rdwr-writeproc-race-20081228: fix rx race condition that
       could result in reuse of freed memory.
     - STABLE14-rx-do-not-race-current-packet-20090105: fix rx race
   * Use make libafs_tree to generate the tree for the kernel module
     compile rather than copying the entire source tree.
   * Compress the source in openafs-modules-source with bzip2 instead of
     gzip to reduce the package size.
   * Make dynroot the default for new installations.  It works much better
     with systems that don't bring up their network until late in the boot
     process, such as wireless laptops.  (LP: #249240, #318605)
   * Mention libpam-afs-session instead of libpam-openafs-session in the
     description of libpam-openafs-kaserver, and mention libpam-krb5 by
     name.  Thanks, Philipp Kaluza.  (Closes: #501308)
   * Suggest module-assistant auto-install in README.modules and be clearer
     that building one's own kernel is not required.  Thanks, Anders
     Kaseorg and Lutz Goehring for suggestions.  (LP: #295897)
   * Allow time-daemon to satisfy the openafs-fileserver recommends in
     addition to ntp, allowing for openntpd.  (Closes: #508258)
   * General improvements to debconf configuration handling.
     - Do not abort the config script if we have no default realm and
       dnsdomainname fails.  (LP: #274886, #318132)
     - Do not abort postinst if we can't resolve any host name for the
       cell.  Just continue in that case, omitting any configuration for
       the local cell.  (LP: #322054)
     - Correctly set the default for AFS_CRYPT from the existing config.
     - The cache size is high, not critical, since we have a default.
     - Don't create the client ThisCell if no local cell was specified.
     - Improve the leading comment in afs.conf.client.  Users can edit it,
       but any changes other than the setting values will be lost.
     - Remove the openafs-fileserver/bosconfig_moved template, which would
       only be shown on upgrades from pre-1.2.0 versions.
     - Standardize coding style and always quote strings.
   * Update to debhelper compatibility level V7.
     - Use dh where possible in debian/rules.
     - Use dh_lintian to install Lintian overrides.
     - Eliminate the configure target and do all the work in build.
     - Do more in the install target and less in binary, matching the
       default command stacks in dh.
     - Use a debian/clean configuration file to let dh clean do more of the
       work rather than using rm commands in debian/rules.
   * Abort the config script rather than exiting successfully if the
     debconf shell module is not available.  The config script should never
     be run in the absence of debconf, so if this fails, something deeper
     is wrong and we shouldn't blindly continue.
   * Add ${misc:Depends} to all dependencies.
   * Add explanations for the Lintian overrides.
   * Use set -e instead of #!/bin/sh -e in maintainer scripts.
   * Remove server documentation from openafs-modules-source.
   * Translation updates:
     - Spanish, thanks Francisco Javier Cuadrado.  (Closes: #514452)
 openafs (1.4.7.dfsg1-6) unstable; urgency=low
   * Apply upstream patch to free /proc entries in the correct order.
     Thanks, Marc Dionne.  (Closes: #493914)
   * Apply upstream deltas to support 2.6.27 kernels and to stop using
     COMMON_KERN_CFLAGS for all 2.6 kernels uniformly, which fixes
     problems on amd64 with newer kernels.  Thanks, Björn Torkelsson.
     (LP: #267504)
   * Translation updates:
     - Swedish, thanks Martin Bagge.  (Closes: #493120)
 openafs (1.4.7.dfsg1-5) unstable; urgency=low
   * Drop support for hppa.  We only have a param file for a 2.4 kernel,
     we were building with UCONTEXT which is stubbed out in glibc for hppa,
     and builds without UCONTEXT fail.  The binaries we were building
     before didn't work and no one reported a bug, indicating no one was
     attempting to use OpenAFS on hppa.
   * When building the kernel module, use the setting of the ARCH
     environment or make variable, if present, in preference to uname -m to
     allow cross-compiles.  Thanks, Jose Calhariz.  (Closes: #492232)
   * Add Jason Edgecomb's copyright and license for man pages to
 openafs (1.4.7.dfsg1-4) unstable; urgency=low
   * Undo the move of up.pod to afs-up.pod in debian/rules clean rather
     than just deleting the file and causing the second build to fail.
     Thanks, Dominic Hargreaves.  (Closes: #490752)
   * Don't use UCONTEXT on hppa; its glibc doesn't provide those
     functions.  It's possible that OpenAFS isn't working properly on hppa
     these days, but as yet there have been no reports.
   * Suggest openafs-krb5 in openafs-client and mention it in the long
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 4fb91cb7afface2e8c3ae6f93b88f303 124401 net optional openafs_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1.diff.gz
 aad3f94aabe7b61b1acab3f008481082 2715784 doc optional openafs-doc_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_all.deb
 442b7226fda413a203427ce2fa86f0fd 2977040 net optional openafs-client_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
 a3e9ac041054a0d5bdfb28f6f142294e 273038 net extra openafs-kpasswd_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
 78f5f691e78ad48cf69291eb8858e80a 1068046 net optional openafs-fileserver_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
 5ff94fa1b0d4fe255cea36bc689fe873 572830 net optional openafs-dbserver_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
 f60e6bf620836c093347457054c16ae9 253002 net optional openafs-krb5_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
 f60baf91148ee4fea3de6fbfb0b05bd2 2143188 libdevel extra libopenafs-dev_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
 13da5e7d3bae60d51c2a33d8e2ebdc09 889296 kernel extra openafs-modules-source_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
 154d4d4e3b1447c8f74671b9d3ec1190 417696 admin extra libpam-openafs-kaserver_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
 0f40f1659c04f08d2d5faf1382469d56 2747200 debug extra openafs-dbg_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb

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  to pool/main/o/openafs/libopenafs-dev_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/o/openafs/libpam-openafs-kaserver_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/o/openafs/openafs-client_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/o/openafs/openafs-dbg_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/o/openafs/openafs-dbserver_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/o/openafs/openafs-doc_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_all.deb
  to pool/main/o/openafs/openafs-fileserver_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/o/openafs/openafs-kpasswd_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/o/openafs/openafs-krb5_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/o/openafs/openafs-modules-source_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/o/openafs/openafs_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1.diff.gz
  to pool/main/o/openafs/openafs_1.4.10+dfsg1-1~bpo40+1.dsc

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