lp:ubuntu/jaunty/landscape-client

Created by James Westby on 2009-07-17 and last modified on 2009-07-17
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18. By Christopher Armstrong on 2009-04-13

Apply a fix for segfault bug involving curl timeouts. (LP: #360510)

17. By Christopher Armstrong on 2009-04-09

* New upstream bugfix release (LP: #358744)
  - Add a timeout to HTTP operations to avoid hanging (LP: #349737)
  - Clean up environment variables on startup to avoid propagating
    variables that will corrupt package installation (LP: #348681)
  - Clean up FDs on startup for the same reason (LP: #352458)
  - Catch and handle certain errors from smart (such as invalid package
    data) to avoid "stuck" Landscape activities (LP: #268745)
  - Don't print warnings meant for developers to the console (LP: #336669)

16. By Christopher Armstrong on 2009-03-19

* Fix minor packaging issues in last release (LP: #343954)
  - Version number in landscape.VERSION is now correct
  - Fixed package version number to maintain convention
* The following changes are in the 1.0.28 release:
  - Invalidate package cache when server UUID changes (LP: #339948)
  - Improve the "cloud mode" introduced in 1.0.26 to send more
    disambiguation data (LP: #343942) and allow the EC2 user data to specify
    the exchange and ping URLs (LP: #343947)
  - Allow importing of initial configurations (along with public SSL
    certificates) when running landscape-config (LP: #341705)
  - Support a non-root mode which allows running the client without the
    management functionality (LP: #82159)
  - Automatic cloud registration when there's no user-data to specify an OTP
    now works (LP: #344323)

15. By Martin Pitt on 2009-03-18

New upstream release. (LP: #343954)

14. By Matthias Klose on 2009-02-25

Build for python2.6, include the symlinks in the package.

13. By Christopher Armstrong on 2009-02-11

New upstream release (LP: #328151)

12. By Christopher Armstrong on 2008-12-11

* New upstream release supporting custom graphs (LP: #306360)
  - Multiple custom graphs can be used at the same time (LP: #307314)
  - PATH is now set for scripts in script execution (LP: #257018)
* debian/landscape-common.postinst: Only chown parts of /var/lib/landscape
  because we now store files in it that should maintain their ownership
  (LP: #307321).
* debian/landscape-client.postinst: Work around chfn/system user problem
  by not specifying a --gecos (LP: #238755)
* debian/landscape-client.logrotate: logrotate no longer reports spurious
  errors when the client isn't running (LP: #271767)

11. By Christopher Armstrong on 2008-10-17

debian/control: Update Replaces to < 1.0.23-0ubuntu0.8.10 to correctly
replace newer unsplit versions of the landscape package (LP: #285030).

10. By Christopher Armstrong on 2008-10-09

* New upstream release. (LP: #277658):
  Changes since 1.0.21.1:
  - Don't print duplicate warnings when / is nearing capacity in sysinfo
    (LP: #260230).
  - Slight change to link text in landscape-sysinfo.
  - Don't crash badly when programs are run as the incorrect user
    (LP: #268879).
* debian/changelog: New debian-version scheme including Ubuntu version. The
  same upstream version is available for all supported releases.
  (LP: #277682).
* debian/landscape-client.postrm: Delete log and data files upon purge
  (LP: #121182).
* debian/landscape-common.postrm: Delete the sysinfo logs upon purge.

9. By Dustin Kirkland  on 2008-09-30

* debian/control: fix bzr url
* debian/landscape-sysinfo.wrapper: print a timestamp before the sysinfo
  data to ensure appropriate context (LP: #270862)

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