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52. By Colin Watson

Disable partner by default again (accidentally enabled in
1:0.48ubuntu1), and make sure that preseeding apt-setup/partner=true
enables it (LP: #744982).

51. By Colin Watson

Update extras.ubuntu.com/natty Release.gpg, signed with the proper key
this time.

50. By Colin Watson

Add Release files for extras.ubuntu.com/natty.

49. By Colin Watson

* Resynchronise with Debian. Remaining changes:
  - Install the Ubuntu mirror generator instead of Debian's.
  - Set apt-setup/security_host to security.ubuntu.com, or
    ports.ubuntu.com on ports architectures; adjust directory and
    distribution to match.
  - Add security sources for restricted, universe, and multiverse,
    commented out unless the respective components are enabled. Disable
    security generator checks for contrib and non-free.
  - For CD installs, leave the sources.list created by apt-setup in
    /etc/apt/sources.list.apt-setup, and restore the sources.list created
    during base installation for the rest of the installation.
  - Honour OVERRIDE_BASE_INSTALLABLE when checking
    /cdrom/.disk/base_installable.
  - Set the mirror verification timeout to 30 seconds.
  - Adjust services-select for Ubuntu, removing volatile and adding
    partner (apt-setup/partner) and extras (apt-setup/extras).
  - Always disable the CD at the end of installation if any mirrors are
    present, even if it's a complete CD.
  - Pre-populate apt's lists directory with signed Release files for
    archive.ubuntu.com (and mirrors) and security.ubuntu.com, to protect
    against downgrade attacks right from initial installation.
  - Run 'apt-get update' for all sources.list lines produced by a single
    generator in one go, and don't comment out sources.list lines if it
    fails.
  - Make the path to security updates configurable, as well as the host.
  - Remove restricted from cdrom entry if apt-setup/restricted is false.
  - Make sure apt-cdrom doesn't unmount the CD if cd_type ends with
    /single.
  - Enable all network sources, including security updates, even if the
    network is unconfigured.
  - Honour apt-setup/restricted, apt-setup/universe, and
    apt-setup/multiverse when writing -backports lines.
  - Check to make sure the CD filesystem is iso9660 before remounting it
    as such. Do not write a CD identifier if we're not working with
    iso9660 so pkgsel does not try to unmount such disks.
  - Run 'apt-get update', without downloading package lists or cleaning up
    old files, after moving the sources.list generated during base system
    installation back into place.
  - If OVERRIDE_LEAVE_CD_MOUNTED is set, don't unmount /cdrom; this is a
    bad idea in a live CD environment!
  - Bail out cleanly from cdrom generator if /cdrom/.disk/info doesn't
    exist or has zero size.

48. By Colin Watson

* Resynchronise with Debian. Remaining changes:
  - Install the Ubuntu mirror generator instead of Debian's.
  - Set apt-setup/security_host to security.ubuntu.com, or
    ports.ubuntu.com on ports architectures; adjust directory and
    distribution to match.
  - Add security sources for restricted, universe, and multiverse,
    commented out unless the respective components are enabled. Disable
    security generator checks for contrib and non-free.
  - For CD installs, leave the sources.list created by apt-setup in
    /etc/apt/sources.list.apt-setup, and restore the sources.list created
    during base installation for the rest of the installation.
  - Honour OVERRIDE_BASE_INSTALLABLE when checking
    /cdrom/.disk/base_installable.
  - Set the mirror verification timeout to 30 seconds.
  - Disable the volatile service for Ubuntu, and don't ask the
    apt-setup/services-select question.
  - Always disable the CD at the end of installation if any mirrors are
    present, even if it's a complete CD.
  - Pre-populate apt's lists directory with signed Release files for
    archive.ubuntu.com (and mirrors) and security.ubuntu.com, to protect
    against downgrade attacks right from initial installation.
  - Run 'apt-get update' for all sources.list lines produced by a single
    generator in one go, and don't comment out sources.list lines if it
    fails.
  - Make the path to security updates configurable, as well as the host.
  - Remove restricted from cdrom entry if apt-setup/restricted is false.
  - Allow preseeding apt-setup/partner to enable the partner repository,
    and apt-setup/extras to enable extras.ubuntu.com.
  - Make sure apt-cdrom doesn't unmount the CD if cd_type ends with
    /single.
  - Enable all network sources, including security updates, even if the
    network is unconfigured.
  - Honour apt-setup/restricted, apt-setup/universe, and
    apt-setup/multiverse when writing -backports lines.
  - Check to make sure the CD filesystem is iso9660 before remounting it
    as such. Do not write a CD identifier if we're not working with
    iso9660 so pkgsel does not try to unmount such disks.
  - Run 'apt-get update', without downloading package lists or cleaning up
    old files, after moving the sources.list generated during base system
    installation back into place.
  - If OVERRIDE_LEAVE_CD_MOUNTED is set, don't unmount /cdrom; this is a
    bad idea in a live CD environment!
  - Bail out cleanly from cdrom generator if /cdrom/.disk/info doesn't
    exist or has zero size.
* Add Release files for natty.
* Move partner and extras to the services-select framework, customised for
  Ubuntu (LP: #657176).

47. By Evan

Do not include the CDROM line in the check for restricted being
present in the sources.list (LP: #655893).

46. By Colin Watson

Default apt-setup/extras to false; it will be preseeded to true on
desktop images (LP: #653200).

45. By Colin Watson

[ Michael Vogt ]
add support for extras.ubuntu.com (as apt-setup/extras)

44. By Colin Watson

* Resynchronise with Debian. Remaining changes:
  - Install the Ubuntu mirror generator instead of Debian's.
  - Set apt-setup/security_host to security.ubuntu.com, or
    ports.ubuntu.com on ports architectures; adjust directory and
    distribution to match.
  - Add security sources for restricted, universe, and multiverse,
    commented out unless the respective components are enabled. Disable
    security generator checks for contrib and non-free.
  - For CD installs, leave the sources.list created by apt-setup in
    /etc/apt/sources.list.apt-setup, and restore the sources.list created
    during base installation for the rest of the installation.
  - Honour OVERRIDE_BASE_INSTALLABLE when checking
    /cdrom/.disk/base_installable.
  - Set the mirror verification timeout to 30 seconds.
  - Disable the volatile service for Ubuntu, and don't ask the
    apt-setup/services-select question.
  - Always disable the CD at the end of installation if any mirrors are
    present, even if it's a complete CD.
  - Pre-populate apt's lists directory with signed Release files for
    archive.ubuntu.com (and mirrors) and security.ubuntu.com, to protect
    against downgrade attacks right from initial installation.
  - Run 'apt-get update' for all sources.list lines produced by a single
    generator in one go, and don't comment out sources.list lines if it
    fails.
  - Make the path to security updates configurable, as well as the host.
  - Remove restricted from cdrom entry if apt-setup/restricted is false.
  - Allow preseeding apt-setup/partner to enable the partner repository.
  - Make sure apt-cdrom doesn't unmount the CD if cd_type ends with
    /single.
  - Enable all network sources, including security updates, even if the
    network is unconfigured.
  - Honour apt-setup/restricted, apt-setup/universe, and
    apt-setup/multiverse when writing -backports lines.
  - Check to make sure the CD filesystem is iso9660 before remounting it
    as such. Do not write a CD identifier if we're not working with
    iso9660 so pkgsel does not try to unmount such disks.
  - Run 'apt-get update', without downloading package lists or cleaning up
    old files, after moving the sources.list generated during base system
    installation back into place.
  - If OVERRIDE_LEAVE_CD_MOUNTED is set, don't unmount /cdrom; this is a
    bad idea in a live CD environment!
  - Bail out cleanly from cdrom generator if /cdrom/.disk/info doesn't
    exist or has zero size.
  - Mount /proc, /sys, and /dev in the target system if necessary when
    running apt-cdrom.
* Add Release files for maverick.

43. By Colin Watson

Mount /proc, /sys, and /dev in the target system if necessary when
running apt-cdrom (LP: #527641).

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