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Uploaded nbd 1.2-7 (sparc) to ftp-master

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Format: 1.7
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2001 00:18:13 +0200
Source: nbd
Binary: nbd-client nbd-server
Architecture: sparc
Version: 1:1.2-7
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Debian/sparc Build Daemon <buildd@sparc.debian.org>
Changed-By: Wouter Verhelst <wouter@debian.org>
 nbd-client - the Network Block Device client
 nbd-server - the Network Block Device server
Closes: 115617 115621
 nbd (1:1.2-7) unstable; urgency=low
   * Since my TODO list is kinda complete now (Yeehaw!), remove the
     reference to it from debian/control.
   * Aestetical changes to initscript of nbd-server
   * Uncommented things in nbd-client's initscript. It didn't work before,
     but apparently it does now. I have no idea what was wrong; probably a
     bug in another package (most likely, bash) that has been solved now
     (it never looked wrong to me anyway). Please file a bug if I was
     wrong... ;-)
   * Now really modified nbd-client.postinst to do what it was supposed to
     do in 1:1.2-6. Actually, in -6 I modified nbd-server.postinst, but
     didn't touch nbd-client.postinst. I thus now modified
     nbd-client.postinst to reflect changes made to nbd-server.postinst in
     -6. Should've done that in the previous release, probably.
   * Removed hurd-i386 from architecture, since it doesn't build there
     after all.
     There has been some effort to port NBD to the Hurd, though, so I'll
     change the "Architecture:" line at some point in the future, when
     everything compiles cleanly. Not now, though.
   * Added pt_BR translations of both debconf templates. Thanks go to Andre
     Luis Lopes <andrelop@ig.com.br> (Closes: #115617, 115621)
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 50b9dbe931bb38a95ad3908d33134e43 19224 admin optional nbd-client_1.2-7_sparc.deb
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