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Created by James Westby on 2010-02-10 and last modified on 2010-02-10
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78. By Mario Limonciello on 2010-01-19

releasing version 1.28ubuntu3

77. By Mario Limonciello on 2010-01-19

Fix automatic login on situations where custom.conf didn't exist
already on the target.

76. By Didier Roche on 2010-01-15

user-setup-apply: preserve old values in custom.conf. Only replace
what's needed (LP: #507121)

75. By Evan on 2009-11-11

* Resynchronise with Debian. Remaining changes:
  - Add the initial user to the adm, dip, lpadmin, and sambashare groups
    too, and to the admin group if no root password is set. Do not add
    them to the audio, video, floppy, dip, netdev, powerdev, scanner, or
    bluetooth groups.
  - Allow the admin group to gain root privileges using sudo.
  - Default passwd/root-login to false.
  - Create the spu group on powerpc/ps3 and powerpc/cell.
  - Make is_system_user always return false if OVERRIDE_SYSTEM_USER is
    set.
  - Add preseedable passwd/auto-login question; if set to true, configure
    gdm and kdm for automatic login. Add passwd/auto-login-backup question
    which backs up the previous contents of the files as well.
  - Ask whether the user wants to encrypt their home directory.
  - Zero out swap devices at the end of install when encryption is
    enabled.
  - If user-setup/allow-password-empty is preseeded to true, allow empty
    passwords.
  - Disable installation of pre-pkgsel.d/10kdesudo; it does nothing for
    Ubuntu, and causes a confusing message that worries some people.
  - Add weak password detection (purely length-based for now, matching
    partman-crypto).
  - Consider a password of '!' in shadow for root to be unset.

74. By Evan on 2009-10-27

Check if filesystems are already mounted before attempting to mount
them (LP: #461546).

73. By Colin Watson on 2009-09-01

Update translations from Launchpad.

72. By Evan on 2009-08-24

Zero out swap devices at the end of install when encryption is
enabled.

71. By Evan on 2009-08-19

Mount /proc, bind-mount /dev, and pass the necessary options for
ecryptfs-setup-swap.

70. By Evan on 2009-08-18

Encrypt all swap partitions when the encrypt-home option is set.

69. By Dustin Kirkland  on 2009-07-28

user-setup-apply: karmic's merge brought in new functionality that
uses usermod to set the user's initial password, which walks the PAM
stack; when this happens, pam_ecryptfs handles the initial passphrase
wrapping and the forceful hack in user-setup-apply is not needed;
in fact, it's broken because /dev/.ecryptfs-$USER will be cleaned up
by pam_ecryptfs; adjust conditional accordingly

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