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e972ed2... by Julian Andres Klode

releasing package grub2 version 2.04-1ubuntu26.2

ab1d190... by Julian Andres Klode

Merge branch 'ubuntu' into focal

d3c4b3f... by Julian Andres Klode

releasing package grub2 version 2.04-1ubuntu29

caea9bc... by Julian Andres Klode

change version to 2.04-1ubuntu29 (UNRELEASED)
debian/patches/ubuntu-flavour-order.patch: Remove debugging message and
export the variable so it actually works from /etc/default/grub.

3eb630e... by Julian Andres Klode

Pass dis_ucode_ldr to kernel for recovery mode

In case of a botched microcode update, this allows people to
easily roll back.

It will of course break in the more unlikely event that you are
missing a microcode update in your firmware that is needed to boot
the system, but editing the entry to remove an option is easier than
having to figure out the option and add it.

LP: #1831789
Patch-Name: ubuntu-recovery-dis_ucode_ldr.patch

696a85a... by Chris Coulson

UBUNTU: disk/loopback: Don't verify loopback images

When a file is verified, the entire contents of the verified file are
loaded in to memory and retained until the file handle is closed. A
consequence of this is that opening a loopback image can incur a
significant memory cost.

As loopback devices are just another disk implementation, don't treat
loopback images any differently to physical disk images, and skip
verification of them. Files opened from the filesystem within a loopback
image will still be passed to verifier modules where required.

Signed-off-by: Chris Coulson <email address hidden>
LP: #1878541
Forwarded: yes, https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/grub-devel/2020-06/msg00002.html
Patch-Name: ubuntu-dont-verify-loopback-images.patch

2d23673... by Julian Andres Klode

UBUNTU: Add GRUB_FLAVOUR_ORDER configuration item

This allows you to specify flavours that will be preferred
over other ones, and the order in which they are preferred
- items in the list win over items not in the list, and items
earlier in the list win over later ones.

We still have to sort out storage of this, as we need to
inject that from packages or the UA client and similar,
and we can't just modify /etc/default/grub for that.

LP: #1882663
Patch-Name: ubuntu-flavour-order.patch

8e1a6d7... by Julian Andres Klode

releasing package grub2 version 2.04-1ubuntu26.1

23e4dc8... by Julian Andres Klode

Merge branch 'ubuntu' into focal

7aa17ff... by Julian Andres Klode

releasing package grub2 version 2.04-1ubuntu28