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9. By Jackson Doak on 2015-03-05

Resynchronise with Debian. LP: #1221711, #1284093 Remaining changes:

8. By Jackson Doak on 2015-03-05

* Resynchronise with Debian. Remaining changes:
  - Replace REGDB_AUTHOR with the ubuntu-devel-discuss@ list, to create
    our own private key for signing the regulatory data.
  - Explicitly override dh_auto_build to make a new private key.
  - Don't remove pubkeys, to make sure the key can be verified; but still
    remove /lib/crda/pubkeys/linville.key.pub.pem since that conflicts
    with crda.
  - debian/patches/dont_auto_create_keypair: Drop the tilde from the key
    path, since it isn't guaranteed to work on buildds.
* New upstream version
  - Update world regulatory domain: re-enable VHT80 on channel 42
    (5210 MHz) (regression in 2014.05.19); enable VHT80 on channel 58
    (5290 MHz) and VHT160 on channel 50 (5250 MHz) (requires Linux 3.15)
  - Enable VHT160 on channel 50 (5250 MHz) for many countries
    (requires Linux 3.15)
  - Update rules for Bulgaria (BG): add channels 100..140 (5490-5710 MHz)
  - Add rules for American Samoa (AS), Bermuda (BM), The Bahamas (BS),
    Christmas Island (CX), Ethiopia (ET), French Guiana (GF),
    Guadeloupe (GP), Cayman Islands (KY), Mongolia (MN),
    Northern Mariana Islands (MP), Martinique (MQ), Mauritius (MU),
    Malawi (MW), Nicaragua (NI), French Polynesia (PF), Paraguay (PY),
    Reunion (RE), Suriname (SR), Uganda (UG), U.S. Virgin Islands (VI)
    and Mayotte (YT)
  - Update rules for countries using ETSI regulations in 60 GHz band:
    increase frequency range to 57-66 GHz and remove NO-OUTDOOR flag
* debian/copyright: Update upstream maintainer and git repository
  addresses
* New upstream version
  - Update rules for Spain (ES): increase max EIRP in one frequency range
  - Add rules for Anguilla (AI), Dominica (DM), Saint Kitts and Nevis (KN),
    Saint Lucia (LC), Lesotho (LS), Marshall Islands (MH), Moldova (MD),
    Saint Pierre and Miquelon (PM), Turks and Caicos Islands (TC),
    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (VC), and Wallis and Futuna (WF)
  - Update rules for Saint Barthélemy (BL): increase frequency range and
    max EIRP on 5 GHz band; assign to ETSI DFS region
  - Update rules for Bolivia (BO): reduce max EIRP in 2.4 GHz band;
    increase frequency range in 5 GHz band
  - Update rules for Andorra (AD): add 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands
  - Update rules for Republic of Korea (KR): add channel 165 (5825 MHz)
* New upstream version
  - Correct removal of NO-OFDM and DFS flags from some rules
    (regression in 2013.11.27)
  - Add channels 52..64 and 100..144 in 5 GHz band to world regulatory
    domain
  - Update rules for Norway (NO): increase frequency range on 5 GHz band
    and add 17 GHz band
  - Update rules for Uzbekistan (UZ)
  - Add rules for Afghanistan (AF), Burkina Faso (BF), Bhutan (BT),
    Central African Republic (CF), Côte d'Ivoire (CI), Micronesia (FM),
    Ghana (GH), Guyana (GY), Montenegro (ME), Mauritania (MR), Palau (PW),
    Senegal (SN), Chad (TD), Togo (TG) and Vanuatu (VU)
  - Update rules for Venezuela (VE): increase max EIRP in some frequency
    ranges
  - Update rules for Haiti (HT)
* New upstream version (Closes: #729089)
  - Enable VHT80 for many countries where it is permitted
  - Enable 5 GHz band for Albania (AL), Bangladesh (BD), Algeria (DZ),
    Indonesia (ID), Morocco (MA), Zimbabwe (ZW)
  - Enable HT40 in 5 GHz band for Russian Federation (RU)
  - Enable VHT80 for world roaming
  - Remove obsolete country code CS (Serbia and Montenegro)
  - Add 60 GHz band channels 1-3 for world roaming
  - Remove antenna gain
  - Add many countries to DFS regions
  - Increase frequency range on 5 GHz for many countries
  - Increase max EIRP on 2.4 GHz for Canada (CA), Dominican Republic (DO),
    Grenada (GD), Guatemala (GT), Guam (GU), Panama (PA), Puerto Rico (PR),
    Taiwan (TW), United States (US) and Uzbekistan (UZ)
  - Increase max EIRP on part or all of 5 GHz band for Grenada (GD),
    Honduras (HN), Jamaica (JM), Sri Lanka (LK), Monaco (MC), Mexico (MX),
    Papua New Guinea (PG), Trinidad and Tobago (TT), Uruguay (UY),
    Uzbekistan (UZ) and Venezuela (VE)
  - Enable HT40 in 2.4 GHz band for Republic of Korea (KR)
  - Reduce max EIRP on 5 GHz for Bulgaria (BG), Brunei Darussalam (BN)
  - Reduce 5 GHz band for Bulgaria (BG), Oman (OM)
  - Remove middle of 5 GHz band for United States (US)
  - Correct max EIRP and reduce 5 GHz band for Saudi Arabia (SA),
    South Africa (ZA)
  - Reduce max EIRP and increase frequency range on 2.4 GHz for
    Colombia (CO) and Mexico (MX)
  - Correct max EIRP and frequency range on 5 GHz for Kenya (KE)
* Remove the backward-compatible 'EU' regulatory domain; drivers
  should all be generating specific country codes, and the domain
  is no longer up-to-date with ETSI regulations
* Set both PASSIVE_SCAN and NO_IBSS flags in binary database

7. By Colin Watson on 2013-07-01

* Resynchronise with Debian. Remaining changes:
  - Replace REGDB_AUTHOR with the ubuntu-devel-discuss@ list, to create
    our own private key for signing the regulatory data.
  - Explicitly override dh_auto_build to make a new private key.
  - Don't remove pubkeys, to make sure the key can be verified; but still
    remove /lib/crda/pubkeys/linville.key.pub.pem since that conflicts
    with crda.
  - debian/patches/dont_auto_create_keypair: Drop the tilde from the key
    path, since it isn't guaranteed to work on buildds.

6. By Colin Watson on 2011-11-25

Don't install /lib/crda/pubkeys/linville.key.pub.pem; this conflicts
with crda.

5. By Tim Gardner on 2011-11-21

Make wireless-regdb Multi-Arch: foreign

4. By Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre on 2011-09-22

* debian/rules: (LP: #831364)
  - replace REGDB_AUTHOR with the ubuntu-devel-discuss@ list, to create our
    own private key for signing the regulatory data.
  - explicitly override dh_auto_build to make a new private key.
  - don't remove pubkeys, to make sure the key can be verified.
* debian/patches/dont_auto_create_keypair: drop the tilde from the key path,
  since it isn't guaranteed to work on buildds.

3. By Ben Hutchings on 2011-05-17

* New upstream version (Closes: #626816)
  - Update regulatory rules for Netherlands (NL)
  - web/Regulatory.py is now under the ISC licence

2. By Ben Hutchings on 2011-04-12

* debian/copyright: Correct licence of web/Regulatory.py
* debian/control: Add references to git repository

1. By Ben Hutchings on 2011-04-12

Import upstream version 2010.11.24

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