snapd:release/2.23

Last commit made on 2017-03-29
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release/2.23
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92dccdc... by Michael Vogt on 2017-03-29

add missing changelog on trusty

cf874bb... by Michael Vogt on 2017-03-29

releasing package snapd version 2.23.6

4c54a21... by Michael Vogt on 2017-03-29

Merge pull request #3101 from mvo5/explicit-use-of-snapd-sockets-2.23

cmd: explicit use of snapd sockets (for 2.23)

6929f96... by Michael Vogt on 2017-03-29

revert unneeded variable name change

185032c... by Michael Vogt on 2017-03-28

fix unit-tests

792d2e2... by Michael Vogt on 2017-03-28

Select what socket to use in cmd/snap{,ctl}

So far we relied on apparmor to figure out what snap socket we
can use. However this fails on distributions without apparmor
support.

8181a37... by Michael Vogt on 2017-03-29

Merge pull request #3100 from mvo5/backport-cups-control-fix-2.23

tests: fix interfaces-cups-control for zesty

d61416c... by Michael Vogt on 2017-03-29

configstate,hookstate: timeout the configure hook after 5 mins, report failures to the errtracker (#3099)

Only allow all configure hooks to run for a limited amount of time. The
limit is 5 minutes currently to be on the safe side on very slow systems.
We may gradually decrease this timeout.

Also add support to report hook failures to the error tracker and report
failures in the core snap configure hook.

Allow overriding this via SNAPD_CONFIGURE_HOOK_TIMEOUT in the
tests.

9537a36... by Federico Gimenez <email address hidden> on 2017-03-15

tests: fix interfaces-cups-control for zesty (#3035)

7bc4250... by Zygmunt Krynicki on 2017-03-28

packaging: rename the file shipping snap-confine AA profile

This patch renames the file shipping apparmor profile for snap confine
to end with .real. This works around a bug in dpkg [1] that affects systems
that update packages during live install. In addition this patch uses
dpkg-maintscript-helper to remove the now-unused conf-file.

[1] https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=858004