busybox_1.15.3-1_amd64.changes is NEW
(new) busybox-syslogd_1.15.3-1_all.deb optional utils
Provides syslogd and klogd using busybox
The system log daemon is responsible for providing logging of
messages received from programs and facilities on the local host as
well as from remote hosts.
The kernel log daemon listens to kernel message sources and is
responsible for prioritizing and processing operating system
The busybox implementation of the syslogd is particular useful on
embedded, diskless (netboot) or flash disk based systems because it
can use a fixed size ring buffer for logging instead of saving logs
to the disk or sending it to remote logging servers. The ring buffer
can be read using the (also busybox based) command logread.
This package provides the glue to the busybox syslogd and klogd to be
used in the system by providing the appropriate symbolic links and
Changes: busybox (1:1.15.3-1) unstable; urgency=low
[ Bastian Blank ]
* New upstream release.
* Use 3.0 (quilt) source format.
* Use debhelper compat level 7.
[ Axel Beckert ]
* Add binary packages containing symbolic links for
syslogd/klogd/logread. (Closes: #537623)
* Add binary packages containing symbolic links for udhcpc and udhcpd plus
* Enabled PID file support in normal and static build (needed for at
least udhcpc and udhcpd in a non-volatile environment)
* Fixed typo in copyright file
[ Otavio Salvador ]
* [udeb] set executable bit in udhcpc script
* [udeb] write a lease file for udhcpc response
[ Frans Pop ]
* [udeb] disable CONFIG_CTTYHACK as it's no longer used in D-I.
Override entries for your package:
busybox-static_1.15.3-1_amd64.deb - extra shells
busybox-udeb_1.15.3-1_amd64.udeb - extra debian-installer
busybox_1.15.3-1.dsc - source utils
busybox_1.15.3-1_amd64.deb - optional utils
udhcpc_1.15.3-1_all.deb - optional net
udhcpd_1.15.3-1_all.deb - optional net
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