lp:ubuntu/lucid/partman-auto

Created by James Westby on 2009-12-05 and last modified on 2010-04-23
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70. By Colin Watson on 2010-04-23

Explicitly handle failures from get_real_resize_range (LP: #568021).

69. By Colin Watson on 2010-04-21

Run clean_method before starting autopartitioning instead of in the
middle of performing a recipe, and call autopartition just once for
multi-disk partitioning. This means that methods applied to partitions
of physical disks in RAID recipes are applied to all disks rather than
just the last one (LP: #566965).

68. By Colin Watson on 2010-04-15

Update Ubuntu-specific translations from Launchpad.

67. By Colin Watson on 2010-04-09

Don't offer resize_use_free on armel (LP: #550963).

66. By Colin Watson on 2010-03-31

Ignore $iflabel{ } specifiers if we aren't in a subdirectory of $DEVICES
when decoding the recipe (LP: #538536).

65. By Colin Watson on 2010-02-11

Use new get_real_resize_range function from partman-partitioning
72ubuntu3, which caches calls to tune2fs and ntfsresize.

64. By Michael Casadevall on 2009-10-20

Change armel+dove automatic partitioning to use the uboot pseudo-filesystem
instead of ext2. (LP: #455713)

63. By Colin Watson on 2009-09-09

* Resynchronise with Debian. Remaining changes:
  - Adjust default partition sizes for Ubuntu.
  - Accept autopartitioning automatically rather than showing
    choose_partition.
  - Drop priority of partman-auto/choose_recipe question to medium.
  - Offer resize_use_free autopartitioning method.
  - Add support for partman-auto/method=loop via partman-auto-loop.
  - Drop the bootable flag from i386/amd64 recipes; it can break existing
    Windows installations when autopartitioning only free space rather
    than a whole disk.
  - Remove explicit $primary{ } specifiers from standard recipes. We only
    need them to be primary if no other primary partitions exist already.
  - Make biggest_free respect the selection made in partman-auto/disk.
  - Exclude devices containing the installation medium from automatic
    partitioning.
  - Add armel/dove recipes.

62. By Michael Casadevall on 2009-09-01

* Added dove partman-auto support; dove is almost identical to kirkwood as
  it's a uboot based SoC and requires a dedicated boot partition. /boot as
  an ext2 partition may be replaced in the near future with a uboot
  partition type similar to how EFI is currently implemented for ia64.
  - Defaults for the /boot partition are 128M min, 256M max.

61. By Colin Watson on 2009-09-01

Update translations from Launchpad.

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