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9017a4d... by Iain Lane on 2019-02-06

gtk: Disable screen blanking for Shell

With the switch to GNOME Shell, we're no longer using GNOME Screensaver
to handle blanking the screen. Setting the `idle-delay' to 0 disables
this for Shell.

a8af1aa... by Brian Murray on 2019-01-30

Remove code related to encrypting home since it is unused and so every debug log file doesn't have messages regarding ecryptfs being deprecated.

924adac... by Brian Murray on 2019-01-29

Disable calls related to encrypting home so every debug log file doesn't have messages regarding ecryptfs being deprecated.

d81cc3a... by Dimitri John Ledkov on 2018-12-20

releasing package ubiquity version 19.04.4

b5a828e... by Dimitri John Ledkov on 2018-12-20

When installing non-free packages, also iterate and install any
apt-installed marked packages which may include non-free drivers
detected by ubuntu-drivers.

LP: #1793671

393a47e... by Steve Langasek on 2018-12-07

Automatic update of included source packages: shim-signed 1.39.

1a89b06... by Steve Langasek on 2018-12-07

releasing package ubiquity version 19.04.3

d940b03... by Rik Mills on 2018-11-30

correct long line in python script

857861c... by Rik Mills on 2018-11-29

add changelog for Kcrash fix from KDE Neon

34259ff... by Harald Sitter on 2018-10-15

fix crash in kcrash init caused by incorrect argv

kcrash will edit the qstringlist of qapp::arguments() and assume it to
have at least one entry. this would cause a crash with how we
initialized qapp.

specifically initializing with an empty list is not a valid thing to do.
the qcoreapplication documentation explicitly requires that the arg data
must stay valid the entire lifetime AND that there must be at least one
argv entry. this is in line with general posix expectations where
argv[0] is always the called executable.

seeing as we need a valid argument list passed in, we may as well pass the
correct sys.argv into the qapp.