ubiquity:master

Last commit made on 2021-07-20
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Recent commits

db8a70b... by Yuan-Chen Cheng

add pre-install hookdir for oem-config mode.

c1dda4c... by Sebastien Bacher

upload to ubuntu

b6222e2... by Sebastien Bacher

* tests/test_gtkwidgets.py, ubiquity/frontend/gtk_ui.py:
  - use gi.require_version to ensure we import the right gtk bindings
    (lp: #1936488)

9259dfb... by Jean-Baptiste Lallement

Minor fixes to part crypto UI

Fixed recovery key location label alignment, and location warning
wrapping

Co-authored-by: Didier Roche <email address hidden>

3ace4c3... by Jean-Baptiste Lallement

releasing package ubiquity version 21.10.4

485ed20... by Jean-Baptiste Lallement

Remove commented code

Co-authored-by: Didier Roche <email address hidden>

ec3cff5... by Jean-Baptiste Lallement

Display warning if recovery key is store on a fixed media

Co-authored-by: Didier Roche <email address hidden>

031dd3b... by Jean-Baptiste Lallement

Recovery key

* The recovery key is now editable and requires a confirmation.
* Show the recovery key widget in manual partitining when the user
  creates an encrypted partition.
* Use 'secrets' lib to generate the default recovery key instead of
  uuid4()
* Update the translation templates.

Co-authored-by: Didier Roche <email address hidden>

2aaaa0d... by Jean-Baptiste Lallement

Recovery key UI

The recovery key is now editable and requires a confirmation. The UI has
been adapted accordingly.
The layout has been modified a bit to still fit on a small screen.
Although the constraint in the test on the screen height has been
relaxed a little bit.

Co-authored-by: Didier Roche <email address hidden>

72064eb... by Jean-Baptiste Lallement

48 digit passphrase is good

Recovery key is a 48 digit number and long enough to consider it good.
Current algorithm was returning 'fair' which may feel unsecure to the
user while it is not.

Co-authored-by: Didier Roche <email address hidden>