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49. By Martin Pitt on 2014-04-03

./debian/powerbtn.sh: Don't do anything if logind is running, as that
already handles power button presses. This fixes unconditional shutdowns
if a desktop environment wants to handle the power key by itself (and
inhibits logind). (LP: #1201180)

48. By Dimitri John Ledkov on 2014-02-19

* Merge with Debian; remaining changes:
  - Replace init script with Upstart job
    + This does not load modules, unlike the init script, since these are
      all loaded by ACPI:* modaliases now (and thus by udev)
  - debian/control: Bump build-dependency on debhelper for Upstart-aware
    dh_installinit
  - debian/acpid.install, debian/acpid.preinst, debian/rules:
    continue installing /etc/acpi/events/powerbtn and /etc/acpi/powerbtn.sh,
    deferring the migration to acpi-support-base; and drop the Recommends:
    on acpi-support-base for the same reason.
  - Source /usr/share/acpi-support/power-funcs in powerbtn.sh
  - debian/powerbtn.sh: ensure that /usr/share/acpi-support/power-funcs
    exists before sourcing it; note that acpid does not depend on
    acpi-support (which is fine, as it brings in lots of X dependencies
    not appropriate for servers); this fix will allow Ubuntu servers
    (especially those in VMs) to run acpid and catch and handle power
    button events again.
  - debian/powerbtn.sh: gnome-power-manager is no more, check for
    gnome-settings-daemon now. This fixes immediate shutdown when the power
    button is pressed.
  - Fix build failure with GCC 4.8.
  - Change pointless shutdown message "exiting" from NOTICE to DEBUG
    level, such that it's not emitted by default.
  - debian/powerbtn.sh: add support for mate-settings-daemon.

* Drop changes (unnecessary delta, which does no harm):
  - debian/acpid.install, debian/acpid.links:
    Don't install socket and service files needed by systemd

* New changes:
  - add support for unity-settings-daemon.

47. By Dimitri John Ledkov on 2014-02-04

Change pointless shutdown message "exiting" from NOTICE to DEBUG
level, such that it's not emitted by default. (LP: #967229)

46. By kolya on 2013-05-29

debian/powerbtn.sh: add support for mate-settings-daemon. (LP: #1184831)

45. By Matthias Klose on 2013-02-26

* Merge with Debian; remaining changes:
  - Replace init script with Upstart job
    + This does not load modules, unlike the init script, since these are
      all loaded by ACPI:* modaliases now (and thus by udev)
  - debian/control: Bump build-dependency on debhelper for Upstart-aware
    dh_installinit
  - debian/acpid.install, debian/acpid.preinst, debian/rules:
    continue installing /etc/acpi/events/powerbtn and /etc/acpi/powerbtn.sh,
    deferring the migration to acpi-support-base; and drop the Recommends:
    on acpi-support-base for the same reason.
  - Source /usr/share/acpi-support/power-funcs in powerbtn.sh
  - debian/powerbtn.sh: ensure that /usr/share/acpi-support/power-funcs
    exists before sourcing it; note that acpid does not depend on
    acpi-support (which is fine, as it brings in lots of X dependencies
    not appropriate for servers); this fix will allow Ubuntu servers
    (especially those in VMs) to run acpid and catch and handle power
    button events again.
  - debian/powerbtn.sh: gnome-power-manager is no more, check for
    gnome-settings-daemon now. This fixes immediate shutdown when the power
    button is pressed.
  - debian/acpid.install, debian/acpid.links:
    Don't install socket and service files needed by systemd
* Fix build failure with GCC 4.8.

44. By Steve Langasek on 2012-12-18

Bump to debhelper compat level 9 and use the
DEB_CFLAGS_MAINT_{APPEND_PREPEND} options to change flags, trusting
dh_auto_configure to do the right thing, so that we get support for
cross-compilation and other niceties.

43. By Tyler Hicks on 2012-11-08

* Merge from Debian unstable (LP: #1076536), remaining changes:
  - Replace init script with Upstart job
    + This does not load modules, unlike the init script, since these are
      all loaded by ACPI:* modaliases now (and thus by udev)
  - debian/control: Bump build-dependency on debhelper for Upstart-aware
    dh_installinit
  - debian/acpid.install, debian/acpid.preinst, debian/rules:
    continue installing /etc/acpi/events/powerbtn and /etc/acpi/powerbtn.sh,
    deferring the migration to acpi-support-base; and drop the Recommends:
    on acpi-support-base for the same reason.
  - Source /usr/share/acpi-support/power-funcs in powerbtn.sh
  - debian/powerbtn.sh: ensure that /usr/share/acpi-support/power-funcs
    exists before sourcing it; note that acpid does not depend on
    acpi-support (which is fine, as it brings in lots of X dependencies
    not appropriate for servers); this fix will allow Ubuntu servers
    (especially those in VMs) to run acpid and catch and handle power
    button events again.
  - debian/powerbtn.sh: gnome-power-manager is no more, check for
    gnome-settings-daemon now. This fixes immediate shutdown when the power
    button is pressed.
  - debian/acpid.install, debian/acpid.links:
    Don't install socket and service files needed by systemd

42. By Tyler Hicks on 2012-05-30

* Merge from Debian testing (LP: #1006679), remaining changes:
  - Replace init script with Upstart job
    + This does not load modules, unlike the init script, since these are
      all loaded by ACPI:* modaliases now (and thus by udev)
  - debian/control: Bump build-dependency on debhelper for Upstart-aware
    dh_installinit
  - debian/acpid.install, debian/acpid.preinst:
    continue installing /etc/acpi/events/powerbtn and /etc/acpi/powerbtn.sh,
    deferring the migration to acpi-support-base; and drop the Recommends:
    on acpi-support-base for the same reason.
  - Source /usr/share/acpi-support/power-funcs in powerbtn.sh
  - debian/powerbtn.sh: ensure that /usr/share/acpi-support/power-funcs
    exists before sourcing it; note that acpid does not depend on
    acpi-support (which is fine, as it brings in lots of X dependencies
    not appropriate for servers); this fix will allow Ubuntu servers
    (especially those in VMs) to run acpid and catch and handle power
    button events again.
  - debian/powerbtn.sh: gnome-power-manager is no more, check for
    gnome-settings-daemon now. This fixes immediate shutdown when the power
    button is pressed.
  - debian/acpid.install, debian/acpid.links:
    Don't install socket and service files needed by systemd
* Dropped changes:
  - Fix build error with GCC-4.5, build with -Wno-error=sign-compare; no
    longer needed.
* debian/acpid.install, debian/rules: Migrate the Ubuntu changes for
  powerbtn.sh to debhelper 7

41. By Tyler Hicks on 2011-12-07

* SECURITY UPDATE: Arbitrary code execution in the power button handling
  script (LP: #893821)
  - debian/powerbtn.sh: Ensure that the DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS environment
    variable is only read from a process owned by the user that will be
    evaluating the variable.
  - CVE-2011-2777
* SECURITY UPDATE: Unprivileged users may be able to write to directories
  and read files created by event handler scripts
  - event.c: Set a restrictive umask of 0077 before running an event handler
    script. Based on upstream patch.
  - CVE-2011-4578

40. By Martin Pitt on 2011-08-30

./debian/powerbtn.sh: gnome-power-manager is no more, check for
gnome-settings-daemon now. This fixes immediate shutdown when the power
button is pressed. (LP: #837266)

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