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Accepted crash 7.0.1-1 (source amd64)

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Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2013 13:38:49 -0600
Source: crash
Binary: crash
Architecture: source amd64
Version: 7.0.1-1
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Troy Heber <troyh@debian.org>
Changed-By: Troy Heber <troyh@debian.org>
 crash      - kernel debugging utility, allowing gdb like syntax
Closes: 504522 584119 656132 702513 710675
 crash (7.0.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * Enable armel (closes: #656132)
   * Enable s390x (closes: #710675)
   * Include the crash/defs.h header (closes: #702513)
   * Sync with the Ubuntu crash package, build crash extensions, SPU has been
     dropped (closes: #584119), lpia has been dropped (closes: #504522).
   * Fix the -I include path sequence in the extensions/eppic.mk file to
     prevent a series of "redefined" and "redeclaration" warnings when
     compiling the EPPIC extension module.
   * Address two compile-time warnings generated as a result of the
     gdb*7.6.patch.  Without the patch, there are "warning: no previous
     prototype" warnings for gdb_main_entry() and replace_ui_file_FILE().
   * Implemented a new "mod -t" option that walks through the installed modules
     and checks for non*zero values in each module's "taints" bitmask, and
     translates the bits into symbolic letters if possible, or shows the
     hexadecimal value of the bitmask if not.  In older kernels, the
     "license_gplok" field is checked, and if non*zero, its value is displayed
     in hexadecimal.  Lastly, if the "gpgsig_ok" member exists and is zero, a
     "(U)" notation will also be displayed.
    * Fixed compiler warnings generated by extensions/trace.c when compiled
      with *DFORTIFY_SOURCE=2.  Without the patch, the messages "warning:
      ignoring return value of 'mktemp', declared with attribute
      warn_unused_result", "warning: ignoring return value of 'fwrite',
      declared with attribute warn_unused_result", and "warning: 'trace_dat'
      may be used uninitialized in this function" are generated.
   * Laid down the basic infrastructure for the ARM64 backtrace facility using
     the kernel's arm64 unwind facility as a basis.  Compile*tested only.
   * Implemented the ARM64 virtual-to-physical kernel and user address
     translation functions, supporting both 2*level page tables with 64K pages,
     and 3*level page tables with 4K pages.  Also added the associated PTE
     translator function.  Compile*tested only.
   * Implemented the capability of building crash as an x86_64 binary for
     analyzing ARM64 dumpfiles on an x86_64 host, which can be done by entering
     "make target=ARM64".  After the initial build is complete, subsequent
     builds can be done by entering "make" alone.
   * Added "aarch64" to the ExclusiveArch: line in the crash.spec file.
   * Fix for the S390X "bt" command for Linux 3.10 and later kernels.  Without
     the patch, the starting stack location of the per*cpu async and panic
     stacks of active tasks would be incorrectly determined.
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