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c6b1e86... by Dan Watkins

update-motd-fsck-at-reboot: don't error on non-ext systems

LP: #1987703

4aadaa9... by Dan Watkins

update-motd-fsck-at-reboot: exclude /dev/nbd*

Absent extraordinary user configuration, NBD devices will not be present
to fsck on the next reboot and so should be excluded from this
messaging. (This also avoids hanging reboots when NBD devices are no
longer responding.)

LP: #1982486

9ff9b3c... by Brian Murray

Adjust update-notifier-crash.service so that the report process is not killed before it has a chance to act (LP: #1821412)

533cdd4... by Dave Jones

Sleep for up to an hour in the background in order to spread the load of checking for release updates on the Ubuntu infrastructure (LP: #1836475)

1a3b002... by Lucas Albuquerque Medeiros de Moura

* debian/control: add lsb-release to the update-notifier-common depends as
  it is used by apt-cdrom-check. (LP: #1927996)
* data/apt_check.py
  - Only show esm-apps alerts on lts and non-esm distros (LP: #1926990)
  - Update esm-infra alert for distros on ESM mode
  - Show message with number of upgradable packages even if that
    number is zero (LP: #1926819)
  - Get distro name and version directly from /etc/os-release
  - Fallback to lsb_release command if there are any problems using
    /etc/os-release as source of information
  - Show esm-apps status header when running on LTS distro that
    has not yet entered Extended Security Maintenance

c6abfe7... by Lucas Albuquerque Medeiros de Moura

* data/apt_check.py:
  - Add support to handle packages from ESM Apps in addition to ESM Infra
    and only display alerts if the distro is ESM. (LP: #1924766)
  - Do not display a count of ESM packages if the system does not have ESM
    enabled. (LP: #1883315)
  - Make distinction between standard security updates and ESM updates
    when performing package counts. (LP: #1926208)
  - use 'applied' instead of 'installed', redact 0 of these updates are
    security updates, and correct singular messages
* data/backend_helper.py:
  - fix pyflakes test
* debian/control: Add a dependency on python3-distro-info.

fb3d662... by Iain Lane

* data/list-oem-metapackages:
  + Handle bad apt indexes. apt.Cache() can fail if the apt lists can't be
    parsed for whatever reason. Handle that and exit 0 so that
    update-notifier continues. A consequence of being in this state is that
    we can't find any oem metapackages if any are applicable. If the indexes
    become good again then we'll find them next time. (LP: #1913726)

039caa4... by Iain Lane

control: Move ubuntu-drivers-common dep to update-notifier. It's only needed when launching update-manager, which happens from /usr/bin/update-notifier which is in the update-notifier package. Having it in update-notifier-common causes ubuntu-drivers-common and all its deps to be pulled in on all flavours, even ones without update-manager. (LP: #1912496)

2e6a5cc... by Iain Lane

List OEM metapackages before invoking update-manager. Before invoking update-manager, run a helper script to figure out if there are any oem-*-meta packages which apply to this system. These are enablement packages maintained by Canonical which install any tweaks required by a particular piece of hardware. The script takes care to exit quickly if it's been run before or if the system is already enabled. It uses ubuntu-drivers' python interface, so we need to add a dependency to make sure that is available.There will be a companion change in update-manager to consume this list. (LP: #1908050)

0a6da11... by Chad Smith skipped due to erroneous upload.