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63. By Martin Pitt

* SECURITY UPDATE: unauthenticated software installations.
  - debian/postinst.in: A bug in the build process for the Dell Latitude
    2110 factory pre-installed OEM images caused a temporary apt
    configuration file to be left in the installed system. This disabled
    apt's enforcement of authenticated packages. Remove the file on
    upgrades if it matches the factory version. (LP: #610647)
  - CVE-2010-0834

62. By Steve Langasek

Merge from Brian Murray, to fix the motd banner

61. By Steve Langasek

releasing version 5.0.0ubuntu19

60. By Steve Langasek

Prepare for Lucid release: etc/{lsb-release,issue,issue.net}.

59. By Dustin Kirkland 

debian/postinst.in: clear release-upgrade flag, and update again
immediately on base-files upgrades, LP: #563015

58. By Dustin Kirkland 

debian/rules, debian/postinst.in: second half of the fix for the
previous upload; drop symlink creation in debian/rules, LP: #561778

57. By Dustin Kirkland 

debian/postinst.in: only create /etc/motd link on initial install;
thereafter, it's entirely up to the admin whether to keep this
link or modify it to their wishes, LP: #561778

56. By Dustin Kirkland 

debian/links, debian/postinst.in, debian/rules:
remove artifacts of old base motd creation, keep duplicated data
from popping up in motd, LP: #516293

55. By Dustin Kirkland 

Fix double-printing of motd.tail, LP: #550561
* debian/postinst.in: motd.tail should no longer be generated by this
  package; rather it's where the sysadmin would add static text to
  append to the dynamically generated /etc/motd
* debian/update-motd.d/*, debian/rules:
  - move update-motd scripts to this dir, clean up install rules
    (scripts were getting installed in two places)
  - 00-header: add the lsb_release information, which seems at least
    as pertinent as the kernel's version and build-date
  - 00-header, 99-footer: split the header (uname, lsb_release) and
    the footer (admin's motd.tail) to two separate scripts

54. By Dustin Kirkland 

debian/10-help-text: fix url, no https for server doc

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