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Name: uuidd Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15
Version: 2.39.3 Vendor: SUSE LLC <>
Release: 150600.2.1 Build date: Sun May 19 01:24:18 2024
Group: System/Filesystems Build host: mourvedre
Size: 71689 Source RPM: util-linux-systemd-2.39.3-150600.2.1.src.rpm
Summary: Helper daemon to guarantee uniqueness of time-based UUIDs
The uuidd package contains a userspace daemon (uuidd) which guarantees
uniqueness of time-based UUID generation even at very high rates on
SMP systems.






* Fri May 17 2024
  - Fix misdetection of LUKS2 partition on MD RAID
    (bsc#1224393, boo#1213227, boo#1213361)
    * add Revert-libblkid-try-LUKS2-first-when-probing.patch
* Fri Feb 09 2024
  - Add file conflict of util-linux-tty-tools and busybox-util-linux.
* Tue Jan 23 2024
  - Upgrade to version 2.39.3 (PED-7694):
    * libblkid: add support for bcachefs sub-device labels
    * libblkid: detect large bcachefs superblocks
    * libblkid: validate that NTFS sector_size is a power of two
    * libblkid: report endianness for VXFS
    * libmount: Fix regression when mounting with atime
    * libmount: accept '\' as escape for options separator
    * libmount: gracefully handle NULL path in mnt_resolve_target()
    * libmount: report statx in features list
    * libsmartcols: handle nameless tables in export format
    * libuuid: avoid truncation of clocks.txt to improve performance
    * lscpu: fix caches separator for --parse=<list>
    * lscpu: Add Phytium FTC862 cpu model
    * lsfd: fix the form for the optional argument of --inet option
      in manpage
    * lsfd: avoid a case of undefined behavior
    * lsfd: fix a memory leak
    * lslogins: fix -y option formatting in manpage
    * more: avoid an out-of-bound access
    * setpriv: fix some group argument completion
    * setterm: avoid restoring flags from uninitialized memory
    * umount: handle bindmounts during --recursive
    * other changes, see:
    * Changes from 2.39.2:
    * libblkid: fix topology chain types mismatch
    * libmount:
    * handle failure to apply flags as part of a mount operation
    * improve EPERM interpretation
    * update documentation for MNT_ERR_APPLYFLAGS
    * use mount(2) for remount on Linux < 5.14
    * use some MS_* flags as superblock flags
    * setarch: add PER_LINUX_FDPIC fallback
    * uuidd: improve man page for -cont-clock
    * wall: do not error for ttys that do not exist
    * zramctl: add hint about supported algorithms
    * other changes, see:
    * Changes from 2.39.1:
    * Various bug fixes including problem with parsing mount options.
    * Changes from 2.39:
    * blkpr: New command to run persistent reservations ioctls on a device.
    * pipesz: New command to set or examine pipe and FIFO buffer sizes.
    * waitpid: New command to wait for arbitrary processes.
    * mount, libmount: Supports new file descriptors based mount kernel API.
    * mount, libmount: New mount options X-mount.idmap=,,
      X-mount.{owner,group,mode}=, rootcontext=@target.
    * renice: Supports posix-compliant -n (via POSIXLY_CORRECT) and add a new
      option --relative.
    * dmesg: Supports subsecond granularity for --since and --until.
    * dmesg: Option --level accepts '+' prefix or postfix for a level name to specify
      all higher or all lower levels.
    * blkid, libblkid: Supports bcachefs.
    * fstrim: New option --types to filter out by filesystem types.
    * lsblk: --nvme and --virtio are new options to filter out devices.
    * lsblk: Improves detection of hotplug and removable status.
    * nsenter: New option --env for allowing environment variables inheritance.
    * namei: New option -Z to report SELinux contexts.
    * Many other new features and fixes. For complete list see
    * Changes from 2.38.1:
    * column: fix buffer overflow when -l specified, fix greedy mode
    on -l
    * dmesg: fix --since and --until
    * libmount: when moving a mount point, all sub mount entries in
      utab should also be updated (bsc#1198731)
    * libuuid: improve cache handling (bsc#1201959, PED-1150)
    * lsblk: fix JSON output when without --bytes
    * lsfd:fix crash triggered by an empty filter expression
    * sulogin: fix includes (obsoletes linux-fs.patch)
    * Many other fixes, improvements and code cleanup. For the
      complete list see
    * Changes from 2.38:
    * first release with translated util-linux man-pages
    * mount: new options --mkdir as shortcut for X-mount.mkdir
    * mount, libmount: new mount options X-mount.subdir=
    * lsfd: new command
    * dmesg: new option --json to print kernel log in JSON format
    * libfdisk: improved to set correct CHS addresses in MBR
    * fstrim: ignores all /ect/fstab entries with X-fstrim.notrim
    * hardlink: now supports reflinks and new option --method=
    * hwclock: new command line options --param-get and --param-set
    * irqtop: new option --cpu-stat
    * libblkid: supports zoned disks for btrfs
    * lsblk: new options --noempty to ignore all devices with zero
      size, and --zoned to print information about zones
    * mkswap: new option --quiet
    * nsenter: new option --wdns to change working directory within
    * rename: new options --all and --last to replace all or last
      occurrences of expression rather than the first one
      and RLIMIT_NOFILE reourse limits.
    * unshare: new options --map-users= and --map-groups= to map
      block of group IDs; new option --map-auto to map the first
      block of user IDs owned by the effective user from /etc/subuid
    * wdctl: new options --setpregovernor to set pre-timeout governor
      name, and --setpretimeout to set watchdog pre-timeout in
    * Many other new features and fixes. For the complete list see
  - Port patches/libmount-print-a-blacklist-hint-for-unknown-filesyst.patch
  - Drop upstreamed patches: util-linux-sulogin4bsc1175514.patch,
    util-linux-libuuid-extend-cache.patch (better upstream
    implementation exists),
    util-linux-uuidd-prevent-root-owning.patch (it should not happen
    in the re-implemented libuuid),
  - Disable failing check fadvise/drop on ppc64le (test file does not
    appear in the kernel cache at all).
* Tue Jan 23 2024
  - Add upstream patch
    bsc#1207987 gh#util-linux/util-linux@1d98827edde4
* Thu Jan 18 2024
  - Minor multibuild fixes (PED-307):
    * Restore /bin symlinks in util-linux-systemd.
    * Restore compatibility supplements and split-provides.
    * Update safety check instructions.
    * Prevent propagating of structured comments to scriptlets.
* Sun Nov 05 2023
  - Convert to multibuild (PED-307)
* Tue Jan 24 2023
  - added patches [bsc#1197437]
    + util-linux-flock-limitations.patch
* Tue Jan 03 2023
  - Disable broken test in IBS (builds fine locally) (bsc#1206740)
* Fri Dec 09 2022
  - Fix tests not passing when '@' character is in build path:
    Fixes rpmbuild %checks fail when @ in the directory path (bsc#1194038).
  - Add util-linux-fix-tests-when-at-symbol-in-path.patch
* Thu Dec 01 2022
  - libuuid continuous clock handling for time based UUIDs:
    Prevent use of the new libuuid ABI by uuidd %post before update
    of libuuid1 (bsc#1205646).
  - util-linux-uuidd-prevent-root-owning.patch: Use chown --quiet
    to prevent error message if /var/lib/libuuid/clock.txt does not
* Tue Oct 18 2022
  - Fix file conflict during upgrade (boo#1204211).
* Mon Sep 19 2022
  - Update to version 2.37.4 (PED-1869):
    * Fix security issue in chsh(1) and chfn(8) (CVE-2022-0563).
      SUSE is not affected (bsc#1196241).
    * CVE-2021-3996 (bsc#1194976, obsoletes
      Improper UID check in libmount allows an unprivileged user to unmount FUSE
      filesystems of users with similar UID.
    * CVE-2021-3995 (bsc#1194976, obsoletes
      This issue is related to parsing the /proc/self/mountinfo file allows an
      unprivileged user to unmount other user's filesystems that are either
      world-writable themselves or mounted in a world-writable directory.
  - linux-fs.patch: Fix conflict between <linux/fs.h> and <sys/mount.h>
* Mon Sep 19 2022
  - libuuid improvements (bsc#1201959, PED-1150):
    * libuuid: Fix range when parsing UUIDs
    * Improve cache handling for short running applications-increment
      the cache size over runtime
    * Implement continuous clock handling for time based UUIDs
    * Check clock value from clock file to provide seamless libuuid
      update (util-linux-libuuid-check-clock-value.patch).
* Fri Jun 24 2022
  - agetty: Resolve tty name even if stdin is specified (bsc#1197178,
  - libmount: When moving a mount point, update all sub mount entries
    in utab (bsc#1198731,
* Fri Mar 18 2022
  - Extend cache in uuid_generate_time_generic() (bsc#1194642#c51,
* Fri Mar 04 2022
  - Prevent root owning of /var/lib/libuuid/clock.txt
    (bsc#1194642, util-linux-uuidd-prevent-root-owning.patch).
* Thu Mar 03 2022
  - Make uuidd lock state file usable and time based UUIDs safe again
    (bsc#1194642, util-linux-uuidd-fix-lock-state.patch).
* Thu Mar 03 2022
  - Fix "su -s" bash completion
    (bsc#1172427, util-linux-bash-completion-su-chsh-l.patch).
* Mon Jan 31 2022
  - Implement "X-fstrim.notrim" fstab mount option that skips fstrim
    for selected device (jsc#SLE-17942,
* Mon Jan 24 2022
  - Fix unauthorized umount (CVE-2021-3995, CVE-2021-3996,
* Sat Dec 18 2021
  - blockdev: Remove NBSP character in values (bsc#1188507#c31,
* Tue Dec 14 2021
  - The legacy code does not support /etc/login.defs.d used by YaST.
    Enable libeconf to read it (bsc#1192954).
* Wed Nov 17 2021
  - Update to version 2.37.2:
    * No longer uses Groff to maintain man-pages.
    * New implementation of hardlink.
    * lscpu reimplemented.
    * uclampset: new util to manipulate the utilization clamping
      attributes of the system or a process.
    * hexdump automatically uses -C when called as "hd".
    * dmesg supports new command-line options --since and --until.
    * findmnt supports new command-line options --shadowed to print
      only filesystems over-mounted by another filesystem.
    * mount supports --read-only command-line option for non-root
      users too.
    * umount(8) can umount also all over-mounted filesystems (more
      filesystems on the the same mount point) when executed with
    - -recursive.
    * libfdisk (and fdisk, sfdisk, cfdisk) supports partition type
      names on input, ignoring the case of the characters and all
      non-alphanumeric and non-digit characters in the name
      (e.g. type="Linux /usr x86" is the same as type="linux usr-x86"
      for sfdisk).
    * libmount no longer contains a workaround to detect inconsistent
      /proc/self/mountinfo reads.
    * libblkid supports "probing hints" now. The hints are the
      optional way how to force probing functions to check for
      example another location -- for example specific session on
      multi-session UDF. The command blkid(8) supports this
      functionality with a new --hint option. The library has been
      also extended to support others ISO9660 and UDF identifiers.
    * blkzone provides a new "capacity" command.
    * cfdisk is possible to start in read-only mode by a new
      command-line option --read-only
    * lsblk provides new columns FSROOTS, and MOUNTPOINTS. The column
      MOUNTPOINTS is used in the default output now and this new
      column prints all mount points where the device is used (btrfs
      subvolumes, bind mounts, etc).
    * losetup uses LOOP_CONFIG ioctl now.
    * column supports a new command-line option --table-columns-limit
      to specify a maximal number of the input columns. The last
      column will contain all remaining line data if the limit is
      smaller than the number of the columns in the input data.
    * Obsoletes util-linux-ipcs-shmall-overflow-1.patch,
    * Many other new features and fixes. For the complete list see
  - Update and
    login_defs-support-for-util-linux to version 2.37
    (new variable LOGIN_KEEP_USERNAME).
  - INCOMPATIBLE CHANGE: Remove the raw utility altogether, as it is
    not even built any more with the latest kernel.
* Thu Oct 07 2021
  - ipcutils: Avoid potential memory allocation overflow
    (bsc#1188921, CVE-2021-37600,
  - Add bc to BuildRequires to run more complete testsuite,
    fix testsuite (bsc#1178236#c19,
* Fri Mar 19 2021
  - ipcs: Avoid overflows (bsc#1178236,
* Tue Feb 16 2021
  - Update to version 2.36.2:
    * agetty: tty eol defaults to REPRINT
    * fsck.cramfs: fix fsck.cramfs crashes on blocksizes > 4K
    * lib/caputils: add fall back for last cap using prctl.
    * lib/signames: change license to public domain
    * libfdisk:
    * (dos) fix last possible sector calculation
    * (script) ignore empty values for start and size
    * ignore 33553920 byte optimal I/O size
    * libmount:
    * add vboxsf, virtiofs to pseudo filesystems
    * do not canonicalize ZFS source dataset
    * don't use "symfollow" for helpers on user mounts (boo#1181750,
      obsoletes util-linux-libmount-dont-use-symfollow.patch)
    * fix /{etc,proc}/filesystems use
    * login: use full tty path for PAM_TTY
    * lsblk: read SCSI_IDENT_SERIAL also from udev
    * rfkill: stop execution when rfkill device cannot be opened
    * setpriv: allow using [-+]all for capabilities.
    * su: use full tty path for PAM_TTY
    * switch_root: check if mount point to move even exists
    * umount:
    * ignore --no-canonicalize,-c for non-root users
    * Show the 'r' option in the help menu
    * Code cleanups and documentation improvements.
    * Translation updates.
* Wed Feb 10 2021
  - libmount: don't use "symfollow" for helpers on user mounts
    (boo#1181750, util-linux-libmount-dont-use-symfollow.patch)
* Tue Feb 09 2021
  - Override GTKDOCIZE with /bin/true so we can run autoreconf
    without needing gtk-doc as a dependency.
* Thu Feb 04 2021
  - Merge package with SLE15 SP3 and openSUSE Leap 15.3:
    Obsoletes upstreamed patches:
  - libblkid: Do not trigger CDROM autoclose (v2.35, bsc#1084671,
  - lscpu: avoid segfault on PowerPC systems with valid hardware
    (v2.36.1, bsc#1175623, bsc#1178554, bsc#1178825,
  - Fix for SG#57988, bsc#1174942 (v2.36):
    libmount-fix-mount-a-EBUSY-for-cifs.patch: Fix warning on mounts
    to CIFS with mount –a.
  - blockdev: Do not fail --report on kpartx-style partitions on
    multipath (v2.36,
    bsc#1168235, util-linux-blockdev-report-dm.patch).
  - nologin: Add support for -c to prevent error from su -c
    (v2.35, bsc#1151708, util-linux-nologin-su-c.patch).
  - Add libmount-Avoid-triggering-autofs-in-lookup_umount_fs.patch:
    Avoid triggering autofs in lookup_umount_fs_by_statfs
    (v2.36 boo#1168389)
  - mount: fall back to device node name if /dev/mapper link not found
    (v2.34, bsc#1149911)
    * Add patch: util-linux-canonicalize-coverity-scan.patch
  - De-duplicate fstrim -A properly (v2.34, bsc#1127701,
    util-linux-fstrim-A-1.patch, util-linux-fstrim-A-3.patch,
  - Do not trim read-only volumes
    (v2.34, boo#1106214, util-linux-fstrim-A-2.patch,
  - libmount: To prevent incorrect behavior, recognize more pseudofs
    and netfs (v2.34, bsc#1122417,
  - agetty: Return previous response of agetty for special characters
    (v2.34, bsc#1085196, bsc#1125886,
  - Fix problems in reading of login.defs values (v2.34, bsc#1121197,
* Thu Feb 04 2021
  - Build with libudev support to support non-root users
  - Move findmnt and lsblk to util-linux-systemd, as they use libudev
* Fri Jan 29 2021
  - Do not require libeconf-devel on products without /usr/etc.
* Mon Jan 25 2021
  - s/--enable-vendordir/--with-vendordir/
  - remove pam_securetty line again. As long as there is no agreement
    from pam side having it would fail openQA (boo#1033626)
* Sat Jan 16 2021
  - Update to version 2.36.1:
    * chrt: use SCHED_FLAG_RESET_ON_FORK for sched_setattr()
    * fallocate: fix --dig-holes at end of files
    * fdisk: always report fdisk_create_disklabel() errors
    * flock: keep -E exit status more restrictive
    * fstrim: remove fstab condition from fstrim.timer
    * hexdump: automatically use -C when called as hd
    * hwclock: add fallback if SYS_settimeofday does not exist, fix
      SYS_settimeofday fallback
    * libblkid: allow a lot of mac partitions, fix Atari prober logic,
      limit amount of parsed partitions
    * more libfdisk improvements
    * losetup: avoid infinite busy loop, increase limit of setup
    * lsblk: fix -T optional argument, fix SCSI_IDENT_SERIAL, print
      zero rather than empty SIZE, read ID_SCSI_IDENT_SERIAL if
    * lscpu: Add FUJITSU aarch64 A64FX cpupart, Even more Arm part
      numbers, avoid segfault on PowerPC systems with valid hardware
      configurations (bsc#1175623)
    * mount: Add support for "nosymfollow" mount option.
    * pg: fix wcstombs()
    * sfdisk: correct --json --dump false exclusive, fix backward
    - -move-data
    * vipw: fix short write handling in copyfile
    * whereis: fix out of boundary read, support zst compressed man
    * minor code improvements and fixes
    * minor licensing changes
    * improve docs
  - Require both group(uuidd) and user(uuidd).
* Thu Nov 26 2020
  - Do search /usr/sbin for mount helpers. (This drops /sbin/fs,
    /sbin/fs.d, which we do not use in openSUSE.)
* Fri Nov 20 2020
  - prepare usrmerge (boo#1029961)
* Wed Nov 04 2020
  - Modernize patch util-linux-sulogin4bsc1175514.patch
    * Try to autoconfigure broken serial lines
* Fri Oct 30 2020
  - Add patch util-linux-sulogin4bsc1175514.patch
    Avoid sulogin failing on not existing or not functional console
    devices (bsc#1175514)
* Wed Sep 16 2020
  - Fix default permissions of wall and write.
  - Update to version 2.36:
    * blkdiscard(8) refuses to proceed if filesystem or RAID
      signatures are found in interactive mode (executed on a
      terminal). The option --force is required to the discard
    * new commands irqtop(1) and lsirq(1)to monitor kernel
    * cal(1) provides a new --vertical command line option.
    * blkzone(8) implements open/close/finish commands now.
    * unshare(1) and nsenter(1) commands support the time namespace
    * agetty(8) now supports multiple paths in the option
    - -issue-file.
    * fdisk(8), sfdisk(8), cfdisk(8), mkswap(8) and wipefs(8) now
      support block devices locking by flock(2), new command line
      option --lock and $LOCK_BLOCK_DEVICE environmental variable.
    * dmesg(1) new command line option --follow-new to wait and
      print only new kernel messages.
    * fdisk(8) new command line option --list-details and
    - -noauto-pt.
    * fdisk(8) and sfdisk(8) support user-friendly aliases for
      partition types.
    * fstrim(8) supports new command line option --listed-in.
    * libfdisk provides API to relocate GPT backup header. New
      command line option "sfdisk --relocate".
    * mount(8) now supports mount by ID= tag.
    * login(1) supports list of "message of the day".
    * All tools which read /etc/login.defs is possible to compile
      with libeconf now.
    * more(1) has been refactored.
    * man pages cleanup
    * other fixes and improvements, see:
  - Refresh Add-documentation-on-blacklisted-modules-to-mount-8-.patch.
  - Drop upstreamed libeconf.patch,
  - Perform all steps to integrate
  - Update baselibs.conf.
* Fri May 22 2020
  - Use plain #!/bin/sh for flushb
* Thu May 21 2020
  - Include pam_securetty in login.pamd again (bsc#1033626)
  - Update to 2.35.2
    * make glibc 2.31 compatible
  - Dropped unneeded patch libfdisk-script-accept-sector-size.patch
* Wed May 13 2020
  - Add patch to fix sfdisk not reading its own scripts:
    * libfdisk-script-accept-sector-size.patch
  - Use %autopatch
* Fri May 08 2020
  - Fix verification of mount, su and umount (bsc#1166948)
* Mon Apr 06 2020
  - Update to version 2.35.1:
    * agetty: add --show-issue, support for /run/issue and
    * fdisk: Correct handling of hybrid MBR, cleanup wipe warning,
      use 'r' to return from MBR to GPT.
    * lsblk: FSVER column,
      drop e3bb9bfb76c17b1d05814436ced62c05c4011f48.patch.
    * lscpu: Add HiSilicon aarch64 tsv110 cpupart, add a new columns
      to --cache.
    * mount: add --target-prefix.
    * mountpoint: add --nofollow option.
    * script: add --echo, --log-in, --logging-format, --log-out and
    - -log-timing.
    * scriptlive: new command.
    * scriptreplay: add --log-* options, --cr-mode, --stream,
    - -summary, -T --log-timing.
    * sfdisk: add progress bars.
    * unshare: add --keep-caps and --map-current-user options.
    * Many other fixes and improvements, see:
  - Refresh libeconf.patch.
* Mon Apr 06 2020
  - Add libmount-Avoid-triggering-autofs-in-lookup_umount_fs.patch:
    Avoid triggering autofs in lookup_umount_fs_by_statfs
* Tue Oct 08 2019
  - libeconf.patch: fix a long int error on 32bit
* Tue Oct 01 2019
  - libeconf.patch: Add support for libeconf
  - Move /etc/pam.d/* to /usr/etc/pam.d
  - Remove migration code for su from coreutils to util-linux, not
    needed anymore
* Thu Sep 19 2019
  - Do not recommend lang package. The lang package already has a
* Fri Aug 30 2019
  - lsblk: force to print PKNAME for partition with
* Mon Aug 19 2019
  - Remove outdated buildignore for pwdutils, had no effect with
    shadow anyways
* Tue Aug 06 2019
  - Issue a warning for outdated pam files
    (bsc#1082293, boo#1081947#c68).
  - Fix comments and unify look of PAM files (login.pamd,
    remote.pamd, runuser-l.pamd, runuser.pamd, su-l.pamd, su.pamd).
* Wed Jul 31 2019
  - Update to version 2.34:
    * new command hardlink
    * rewrite of lsblk, now supports --dedup
    * support for FUSE in umount
    * support for "--all -o remount" in mount
    * su: prefer /etc/default/su over /etc/login.defs and ENV_SUPATH
      over ENV_ROOTPATH (bsc#1121197), improved --pty
    * unshare: add -S/--setuid, -G/--setgid, -R/--root and -w/--wd
    * fstrim: do not suppress warnings unless --quiet is used
    * lscpu: print 'Frequency boost' and 'Vulnerability' fields, add
    - -caches
    * logger: merge multiple MESSAGE= lines
    * libblkid: do not depend on libuuid, supports DRBD9 detection
    * libsmartcols: support N:M relationships in tree-like output
    * fstrim and uuidd systemd services: hardening settings to
      improve security and service isolation
    * fstrim: trim root filesystem on --fstab, check for read-only
      filesystems on --all and --fstab (boo#1106214).
    * fstrim -A: properly de-duplicate sub-volumes (boo#1127701).
    * Obsoletes util-linux-login_defs-priority1.patch,
      util-linux-login_defs-priority2.patch and
    * Many Other fixes, see
  - Provide and obsolete hardlink package.
  - Update checksum, login now
    supports LASTLOG_UID_MAX.
* Mon Jul 22 2019
  - Fix /etc/default/su comments and create /etc/default/runuser
  - Remove /etc/default/su migration from coreutils.
* Mon Jul 01 2019
  - Fix license of libraries: LGPL-2.1-or-later and BSD-3-Clause for
    libuuid (bsc#1135708).
* Thu Jun 20 2019
  - Use FAT LTO objects in order to provide proper static library (boo#1138795).
* Tue Jun 18 2019
  - raw.service: Add RemainAfterExit=yes (bsc#1135534).
* Thu May 09 2019
  - Update to version 2.33.2 (bsc#1134337):
    * agetty: Fix 8-bit processing in get_logname() (bsc#1125886).
    * mount: Fix "mount" output for net file systems (bsc#1122417).
    * Many Other fixes, see
* Thu May 02 2019
  - Fix problems in reading of login.defs values (bsc#1121197,
  - Perform one-time reset of /etc/default/su (bsc#1121197).
  - Add virtual symbols for login.defs compatibility (bsc#1121197).
  - Add login.defs safety check
* Mon Mar 04 2019
  - Integrate pam_keyinit pam module to login
    (boo#1081947, login.pamd, remote.pamd).
* Mon Mar 04 2019
  - Drop bc BuildRequires: not needed.
* Thu Feb 21 2019
  -  libmount: remove jffs2 and ubifs from blacklist (jsc#SLE-4085).
* Thu Feb 07 2019
  - libmount: print a blacklist hint for "unknown filesystem type"
    (jsc#SLE-4085, fate#326832), and add documentation
    * add libmount-print-a-blacklist-hint-for-unknown-filesyst.patch
    * add Add-documentation-on-blacklisted-modules-to-mount-8-.patch
* Tue Jan 22 2019
  - Update to version 2.33.1:
    * agetty fixes (drop util-linux-agetty-smart-reload-10.patch,
    * Other minor fixes and documentation updates.
* Fri Jan 04 2019
  - agetty: Fixes for reload issue only if it is really needed
    (bsc#1085196, boo#1120298,
* Mon Dec 10 2018
  - Drop rfkill-block@.service and rfkill-unblock@.service that
    functionally conflict with systemd-rfkill@.service
* Wed Nov 21 2018
  - Update to version 2.33:
    * choom: new command to adjust and display the current OOM-killer
    * libsmartcols has been improved to differentiate between
      numbers, booleans and strings in JSON output.
    * fstrim(8): trim all mounted filesystems from /etc/fstab
      (-A|--fstab), new command line option --dry-run.
    * hwclock(8) new command line option --delay.
    * mount umount, libmount allow to mount and umount filesystem in
      another namespace.
    * rename(1) new command line option --interactive.
    * setarch(8) does not require architecture when modify
      personality like ADDR_NO_RANDOMIZE. The architecture argument
      is optional now.
    * command su(1) new command line option --whitelist-environment.
    * setpriv(1) new command line option --reset-env and --pdeathsig.
    * fdisk(8), sfdisk(8): print disk model name to simplify device
    * column --table-empty-lines" allows to use empty lines in
      formatted output.
    * wipefs improved to postpone BLKRRPART ioctl until all magic
      strings are wiped.
    * script(1) extended to store more information about terminal
      size and type to the typescript header. New command line
      option --output-limit.
    * libblkid provides BitLocker and basic APFS detection now.
    * lsblk is possible to execute against /sys and /proc dumps with
    - -sysroot is specified.
    * agetty(8) reload issue only if it is really needed
  - Drop klogconsole in favor of dmesg --console-level plus
    setlogcons (kbd) (boo#1116277).
* Fri Oct 26 2018
  - Fix runstatedir path (to /run) (boo#1113188#c1).
* Fri Oct 12 2018
  - Create empty /etc/issue.d for the new agetty feature.
* Thu Sep 27 2018
  - Drop obsolete downstream ppc utilities
    chrp-addnote and mkzimage_cmdline (boo#1109284).
  - Drop obsolete setctsid (boo#1109290).
* Mon Aug 06 2018
  - Update to version 2.32.1:
    * cal(1) has been improved and extended.
    * libblkid has been extended to support LUKS2, Micron mpool, VDO
      and Atari partition table.
    * rfkill(8) has been moved to /usr/sbin.
    * dmesg(1) provides better support for multi-line messages, new
      command line option --force-prefix.
    * fallocate(1) --dig-holes is faster and more effect now.
    * fdisk(8) provides access to Protective MBR accessible from main
      menu. Sun label support has been improved.
    * lscpu(1) provides more details about ARM CPUs now
    * lsmem(1) supports memory zone awareness now (FATE#324252,
      drop util-linux-lsmem-memory-zone-1.patch,
    * lsns(8) provides netnsid and nsfs columns now.
    * rtcwake(8) waits stdin to settle down before entering a system
    * Many fixes and improvements, see
      (drop util_linux_bigendian.patch, util-linux-cramfs.patch,
      util-linux-sysfs-nvme-devno.patch, util-linux-lscpu-loop.patch,
* Tue Jul 03 2018
  - Switch python-libmount to python3-libmount.
* Tue May 22 2018
  - Do not run rfkill-block@.service and rfkill-unblock@service as it
    is just template without parameter bsc#1092820 bsc#1093176
* Thu May 10 2018
  - Fix lscpu and chcpu on systems with >1024 cores
    (bnc#1091164, util-linux-lscpu-chcpu-new-cpu-macros.patch).
  - Fix CPU count in chcpu
    (bnc#1091164, util-linux-chcpu-cpu-count.patch).
* Thu Apr 19 2018
  - Backport three upstream patches:
    * Fix crash loop in lscpu
      (bsc#1072947, util-linux-lscpu-loop.patch).
    * Fix possible segfault of umount -a
    * Fix mount -a on NFS bind mounts (bsc#1080740,
* Thu Apr 12 2018
  - Integrate pam_keyinit pam module (boo#1081947, su-l.pamd,
    runuser-l.pamd, runuser.pamd).
* Wed Apr 04 2018
  - su.default: Set ALWAYS_SET_PATH default to "yes" (bsc#353876#c7);
    add one-time wrapper forcing ALWAYS_SET_PATH on upgrade.
* Tue Mar 20 2018
  - Use %license instead of %doc [bsc#1082318]
* Fri Feb 09 2018
  - Fix lsblk on NVMe
    (bsc#1078662, util-linux-sysfs-nvme-devno.patch).
* Wed Jan 31 2018
  - Update to version 2.31.1:
    * blkid: Add support for LUKS2 and new LABEL attributes.
    * move rfkill to /usr/sbin (boo#1076134).
    * fsck.cramfs: Fix bus error on broken file system.
    * hwclock: add iso-8601 overflow check
    * libmount:
    * Allow MNT_FORCE and MNT_DETACH at umount
    * add nsfs between pseudo filesystems
    * lscpu: Treat read failure on Xen Hypervisor properties as
    * sha1: endian fixes (affects util_linux_bigendian.patch)
    * documentation updates
    * other fixes and improvements
  - Fix regressions in 2.31.1:
    * sha1 on s390* (update util_linux_bigendian.patch)
    * fsck.cramfs on ppc64le (util-linux-cramfs.patch)
    * fincore/count (disable, util-linux-fincore-count.patch)
* Sun Jan 21 2018
  - Combine %service_* calls again.
* Thu Jan 18 2018
  - Provide /usr/sbin/rfkill from rfkill package (boo#1076134)
* Tue Jan 16 2018
  - Add util_linux_bigendian.patch solve two failing tests on ppc64
    (sha1, uuid/oids)
* Fri Jan 12 2018
  - Integrate rfkill-block@.service and rfkill-unblock@.service from
    rfkill package (boo#1074250#c4).
  - Remove unneeded release based conflicts and obsolescences
  - Remove sysvinit requirement.
* Mon Jan 01 2018
  - Fix Obsoletes for rfkill (boo#1074250).
* Mon Dec 18 2017
  - Update bash completion conflict to cover rfkill file conflict.
* Mon Dec 04 2017
  - lsmem: Add support for zone awareness (bsc#1065471, FATE#324252,
  - Drop util-linux-losetup-Add-support-for-setting-logical-blocksize.patch.
    Different implementations exists in the new kernel, and it has
    a conflicting implementation in util-linux.
* Mon Nov 20 2017
  - Update to version 2.31:
    * New utilities: uuidparse, rfkill.
    * su has been refactored and extended to create pseudo terminal
      (new option --pty, CVE-2016-2779, bsc#968674). This new
      EXPERIMENTAL feature provides better isolation between root's
      terminal and an unprivileged su.
    * libuuid: Improved to match
    * libuuid, uuidgen: support hash-based UUIDs v3 (md5) and v5
      (sha1) as specified by RFC-4122. Provide UUID templates for
      dns, url, oid, or x500.
    * libblkid: Extended support for DM-integrity, HPE (aka
      extended-XFS) and UBI superblock. New API to hide already
      detected signatures.
    * libfdisk: New API to modify grain, make possible to completely
      disable dialog driven partitioning.
    * libsmartcols: New API to move columns.
    * column: --table-header-repeat to repeat table headers.
    * libfdisk: Use BLKPG ioctls to inform the kernel about changes.
    * fdisk: Improved ^C and ^D behavior.
    * cfdisk: Dialog to resize partition.
    * look: Follow the WORDLIST environment variable.
    * losetup: Added support for --sector-size (FATE#319010).
    * script: Follow the usual semantics for stop/continue signals.
    * setpriv: New command line options --ambient-caps and
    - -init-groups.
    * hwclock: Reduce system shutdown times, log --systz when using
    * Other bug fixes.
  - Drop upstreamed util-linux-use-tinfow.patch.
  - Refreshed make-sure-sbin-resp-usr-sbin-are-in-PATH.diff.
* Thu Sep 21 2017
  - Update RPM categories and summaries.
    Do not ignore errors from useradd.
* Tue Sep 19 2017
  - Link against tinfow instead of tinfo
    (bsc#1056171, util-linux-use-tinfow.patch).
* Fri Sep 15 2017
  - Ensure libreadline usage as well as _GNU_SOURCE
* Tue Sep 12 2017
  - Fix prerequirement of groups tty and uuidd (boo#1057937).
* Thu Jul 20 2017
  - Update to version 2.30.1:
    Bugfix release, more details at:
  - Drop upstreamed patch
* Mon Jul 03 2017
  - Make sure group tty is defined
* Sun Jun 11 2017
  - don't conflict with sysvinit-tools in Tumblweed anymore. Needed for Leap 15
    which wants to use a different release number scheme (lp150.x which produces
    lower numbers than the conflict).
* Thu Jun 08 2017
  - Update to version 2.30:
    * Many changes and improvements, most notably:
    * The libblkid library has been improved for hybrid CDROM/DVD
    * The deprecated command tailf has been removed. Use "tail -f"
      from coreutils.
    * blkzone -- NEW COMMAND to run zone commands on block devices
      that support Zoned Block Commands (ZBC) or Zoned-device ATA
      Commands (ZAC).
    * fincore -- NEW COMMAND to count pages of file contents in
      core (memory).
    * lsmem -- NEW COMMAND to list the ranges of available memory
      with their online status.
    * The command fallocate -- supports an "insert range" operation
    * The command "column -t|--table" has been modified to use
      libsmartcols. It now provides nearly all of that library's
      functionality from the command line.
    * Security issues:
    * hwclock - no longer makes any internal permission checks. The
      System Administrator must set proper permissions to control
      user access to the RTC. It is NOT recommended to use SUID.
    * CVE-2016-2779 - This security issue is NOT FIXED yet.
    * More details at:
  - Drop upstreamed patch
  - Refreshed patch
  - fix compiler warnings for mkzimage_cmdline
* Thu Jun 08 2017
  - When when hypervisor_decode_sysfw fails continue with other
    detection methods (bsc#1042991, bsc#1039360, bsc#1033718)
    + util-linux-lscpu-cleanup-DMI-detection-return-codes.patch
* Wed Apr 12 2017
  - Prefer sysfs exported SMBIOS3 tables in lscu (bsc#1033718)
    + arm64-lscpu-use-sysfs-for-table-access-if-available.patch
* Thu Apr 06 2017
  - To cover release numbers of both SLE12 SP3 and Leap 42.3, relax
    release based conflict with bash-completion from 13.1 to 10.
* Tue Apr 04 2017
  - fix util-linux-losetup-Add-support-for-setting-logical-blocksize.patch
    - -logical-blocksize was behaving like --nooverlap
* Fri Mar 17 2017
  - Conflict with old systemd-presets-branding to ensure correct
    preset migration (boo#1029775, bsc#1012850).
* Thu Mar 16 2017
  - Drop "codepage" fstab migration needed for SuSE Linux < 9.1
    (bsc#51950 (suse#36950)).
* Tue Feb 28 2017
  - Keep dependency on insserv and fillup for compatibilitiy reasons
    in Leap 42.3. Too many poorly written packages depend on it.
    (Marked as "sysv compatibility hack".)
* Wed Feb 22 2017
  - Update to version 2.29.2:
    * su(1) security issue CVE-2017-2616 (bsc#1023041)
    * minor bugfixes and enhancements
* Fri Feb 10 2017
  - presets are managed by the branding presets package (bsc#1012850)
    The default activation state is defined by the branding preset
    This also get rid of the only use of the rpm preset macros so we can
    kill them.
* Wed Feb 08 2017
  - Merge SLE12 SP3 changes to make the package compatible with
    Tumbleweed, SLE12 SP3 and Leap 42.3.
  - Drop patch tests-script-race-on-force-only.patch from SLE12 SP3
    and Leap 42.3. Upstream has a different workaround.
  - INCOMPATIBLE CHANGE for SLE12 SP3 and Leap 42.3:
    losetup -L changes its meaning from SLE12 SP1&SP2 specific
    - -logical-blocksize to the upstream --nooverlap).
    - -logical-blocksize can be used only with long option
  - Include SLE12 + Leap 42 exclusive feature, implemented by
    * losetup: Add support for setting logical blocksizes
      (bsc#931634, FATE#319010)
      + util-linux-losetup-Add-support-for-setting-logical-blocksize.patch
    SLE12 & Leap 42 specific changes:
    * Fix for SLE12: bsc#956540, SLE12 SP1: bsc#953691, Leap 42.1:
      boo#954482, was obsoleted by the systemd update, and skipped.
    * Remove --enable-ncurses that is intended to force non-wide
      ncurses (boo#978993).
    * Make release-dependent conflict with old sysvinit-tools SLE
      specific, as it is required only for SLE 11 upgrade,
      and breaks openSUSE staging builds (boo#994399).
    * Obsolete these patches, now upstreamed:
    * Drop upstreamed patches
      util-linux-loop-reuse-01.patch, util-linux-loop-reuse-02.patch,
      util-linux-loop-reuse-03.patch, util-linux-loop-reuse-04.patch,
      util-linux-loop-reuse-05.patch, util-linux-loop-reuse-06.patch,
      util-linux-loop-reuse-07.patch, util-linux-loop-reuse-08.patch,
      util-linux-loop-reuse-09.patch, util-linux-loop-reuse-10.patch,
      util-linux-loop-reuse-12.patch, util-linux-loop-reuse-13.patch,
      util-linux-loop-reuse-14.patch, util-linux-loop-reuse-15.patch,
      util-linux-loop-reuse-16.patch, util-linux-loop-reuse-17.patch,
      util-linux-loop-reuse-18.patch, util-linux-loop-reuse-19.patch,
    * Refreshed patches
* Tue Feb 07 2017
  - Update to version 2.29.1:
    * lscpu: add aarch64 specific names
    * lubmount: Disable disable ro/rw mtab checks (bsc#1012632)
    * More details at:
* Tue Feb 07 2017
  - Replace raw initscript by a systemd service doing the same thing.
    Based on previous work of (FATE#321122).
* Thu Jan 05 2017
  - don't install bash-completions for uninstalled binaries (chfn,
    chsh, newgrp, pg)
  - for now remove procps dependency  which is only needed for tests
    because it pulls systemd
* Thu Dec 15 2016
  - Replace pkgconfig(libsystemd-*) with pkgconfig(libsystemd)
    libsystemd-* libs were deprecated and are gone now.
* Wed Dec 07 2016
  - Remove no more supported --enable-libmount-force-mountinfo.
    There is --enable-libmount-support-mtab, disabled by default,
    exactly as we need.
* Tue Nov 08 2016
  - Update to version 2.29 (FATE#322090)
    * cal: possible to specify month by name (e.g. "cal January
      2017") and use relative placeholders (cal "+1 month")
    * fdisk(8) allows to wipe newly created partitions; the feature
      is possible to control by new command line option
    - -wipe-partitions[==auto|never|default].
    * findmnt --verify: the command scans /etc/fstab and tries to
      verify the configuration.
    * mount(8) now rejects requests to create another device and
      mount filesystem for the same backing file. The command
      `losetup --nooverlap` reuses loop device if already exists
      for the same backing file. All the functionality calculate
      with offset and sizelimit options of course, so it's fine to
      have multiple regions (partitions) in the same image file and
      mount all of them in the same time. The restriction is that
      the regions should not overlap.
    * lscpu supports the "drawer" topology for IBM S/390.
    * sfdisk: Support for deprecated --show-pt-geometry (bsc#990531).
    * libmount: various issues with cifs mount
      (bsc#982331, bsc#987176).
    * libblkid: Prevent infinite loop DoS while parsing DOS partition
      tables (bsc#988361, CVE-2016-5011).
    * More details at:
  - refresh make-sure-sbin-resp-usr-sbin-are-in-PATH.diff
* Wed Sep 07 2016
  - Update to version 2.28.2, bugfix release, see
* Thu Aug 11 2016
  - Update to version 2.28.1, bugfix release, see
  - Remove util-linux-libblkid-wipe-offset.patch (upstream)
  - use the new configure option --enable-libuuid-force-uuidd
    instead of sed'ing
* Thu Aug 11 2016
  - Install klogconsole with read permissions (bnc#990837)
* Mon Jul 11 2016
  - BuildIgnore util-linux: it's part of VMInstall, hence part of
    every package build. util-linux itself can be built without its
    own presence though. Helps with some rare bootstrap issues (when
    librtas changes soname for example).
  - Drop usage of gpg-offline: this has long been migrated to a
    source service that checks signatures on checkin already (osc
    service lr source_validatory).
* Mon Jun 13 2016
  - Do not BuildRequires bash-completion: this is tempting, but it
    pulls bash-completion and its entire dependency stack into Ring0,
    which is inacceptable. Pass the correct path
    (%{_datdir}/bash-completion/completions) via
    - -with-bashcompletiondir to configure.
* Thu May 19 2016
  - blkid: Wipe corect area for probes with offset (bsc#976141,
* Tue Apr 26 2016
  - Remove incorrect --with-bashcompletiondir that breaks
    bash-completion, use path in bash-completion.pc instead
* Fri Apr 22 2016
  - Add librtas-devel to BuildRequires on Power platforms. Needed for
    proper function of lscpu (bsc#975082).
* Wed Apr 13 2016
  - fix build for openSUSE >= 13.1 (inclusive SLE 12)
  - drop build for openSUSE < 13.1
  - remove old build conditions: sysvinit_tools, enable_su and
  - cosmetics: reorder configure options
* Wed Apr 13 2016
  - Update to version 2.28 (bsc#974301):
    * Many changes and improvements, most notably:
    * Now cfdisk, sfdisk and fdisk wipe all filesystem and RAID
      signatures when creating a new disk label in interactive
      mode. See --wipe[=auto|never|always].
    * lsns -- this NEW COMMAND lists information about all
      currently accessible namespaces or about the given namespace.
    * The command sfdisk supports new operations --delete,
    - -move-data and --reorder.
    * The command blkdiscard supports a new option --zeroout to
      zero-fill rather than discard a specified area.
    * The command cal supports a new option --span to span the date
      when displaying multiple months.
    * The command chrt supports the DEADLINE scheduling class and
      the new options --sched-runtime --sched-period and
    - -sched-deadline.
    * The command logger supports RFC 5424 structured data through
      the new options --sd-id and --sd-param.
    * The command losetup supports a new option --direct-io.
    * The command lsblk allows to sort output by unprinted columns.
    * The command mount applies the nofail mount option to
      ENOMEDIUM errors.
    * The commands nsenter and unshare support a new option
    - -cgroup for work with cgroups namespaces (CLONE_NEWCGROUP).
    * The library libmount has been improved to properly detect
      already mounted btrfs subvolumes (bsc#947494, bsc#972684).
    * The library libsmartcols has been massively improved to print
      table ranges, multi-line cells, table titles and to support
      continuous printing.
    * The package build system and code have been improved to be
      more portable to non-Linux systems (BSD, OSX).
    * The package does not provide fallback solutions for
      openat-family functions anymore.
    * The python binding for libsmartcols is available in separate
      project at
    * Other bug fixes (bsc#970404, bsc#975082, FATE#318444).
    * Security issue: CVE-2016-2779 is NOT FIXED yet.
  - Remove old util-linux-noenc-suse.patch
* Tue Dec 01 2015
  - enable last binary
* Wed Nov 11 2015
  - Update to version 2.27.1, bugfix release, see
    (fixes bsc#950778, FATE#320552).
* Wed Nov 11 2015
  - Change condition for known fail markers from test for armv6 and aarch64
    architecture to test for qemu user-space build
* Wed Sep 23 2015
  - Update to version 2.27:
    * Many changes and improvements, most notably:
    * lsipc: new command
    * unshare provides a new option --propagation=
    * mount(8) supports read-only binds in one (not atomic) step by
    * GNU readline support in fdisk and sfdisk.
    * JSON support in libsmartcols and findmnt, losetup, lsblk,
      lslocks, sfdisk and lsipc.
    * script has been massively improved to be more robust and less
      complex (bsc#888678, bsc#930236).
    * sulogin supports locked root accounts by --force
      (bsc#968733, bsc#963399).
    * colors support by default. It is possible to change this
      with --disable-colors-default.
    * more information in cfdisk
    * fdisk provides new commands 'F' and 'i'
    * cal supports the new options --twelve and --months <n>
    * rtcwake supports a news option --list-modes and --date, no
      support RTC_ALM_READ and RTC_ALM_SET fallbacks any more.
    * Many fixes, most notably:
    * fsck: now supports -r {fd} (bsc#923777, bsc#903738)
    * Fix fsck -C {fd} parsing (bsc#923777, bsc#903738)
    * better handling of multi-path devices
      (bsc#880468, bsc#924994)
    * flock: improve timeout handling (bsc#926945)
    * lsblk: display mountpoint even for top-level device
    * colcrt: fix buffer overflow (bsc#949754, CVE-2015-5218)
* Wed Aug 19 2015
  - Add licenses.
* Tue Aug 04 2015
  - Add %systemd_preset_pre and %systemd_preset_posttrans that will
    do one shot presetting of uuidd.service on upgrade.
    (bnc#900935#c46, FATE#318949, FATE#317727).
  - Remove one shot presetting hacks.
* Mon May 25 2015
  - Build with --enable-libmount-force-mountinfo the rationale is
    identical to the following commit message -->
    The default behaviour is undesirable and fragile when using
* Fri May 01 2015
  - Update to util-linux-2.26.2:
    * many fixes, most notable for logger, *fdisks and mount
    * (lib)mount, add support for MS_LAZYTIME
  - disable libmount/lock test to avoid random timeouts
  - socat is needed for logger tests
* Fri Mar 13 2015
  - Update to util-linux-2.26.1:
    * cal(1): do not segfault when TERM is not defined or wrong
    * logger(1): major fixes and enhancements
    * agetty(8): support /usr/lib/os-release too
    * some more fixes, mostly minor ones, see ReleaseNotes
  - re-enable fixed tests (fdisk/bsd, ppc64le)
* Wed Feb 25 2015
  - Update to util-linux-2.26:
    * based on the git master branch of util-linux, remove backported
      patches (util-linux-libblkid-unsafe-chars.patch,
    * zramctl(8): this NEW COMMAND allows to control /dev/zramN
    * agetty(8): supports new option --reload to force already
      running agetty processes to reprint the /etc/issue file
    * cfdisk(8), sfdisk(8) and fdisk(8): support sfdisk-compatible
      scripts; it's possible to save your partitioning layout to text
      files and (re)use it in all fdisks
    * fdisk(8), sfdisk(8): support new command-line option "--output
      <list>" to specify output columns for --list or print commands,
      do not abort when fdisk -l when device cannot be opened
      [bnc#886790], [bnc#893712], [bnc#890351]
    * nsenter(1): has been updated to work with the latest kernel
      changes in user namespaces supports new command-line option
    - -preserve-credentials
    * unshare(1): has been updated to work with the latest kernel
      changes in user namespaces supports new command-line option
    * swapon(8): supports new command-line option "-o <list>" with
      the same semantics as -o for mount(8); it's now possible to
      specify swap options on the command line by the same string as
      in fstab
    * fdformat(8): supports new command-line options --from and --to
      to specify tracks and --repair for broken floppies
    * getopt(1): has been updated to the latest version (originally
      maintained outside of util-linux) and refactored
    * ldattach(8): has been improved to support GSM0710 and intro
      modem commands
    * logger(1): supports new command-line option --id= to specify
      PID (or another ID) allows to specify --rfc3164 or --rfc5424
      syslog protocols
    * lscpu: recognizes Unisys s-Par as hypervisor (FATE#318231)
    * libfdisk: the library is distributed as a shared library with a
      stable API and a standard header file
    * libmount: provides a new simple API to monitor mount-table
      changes (including changes in userspace mount options)
    * libmount: Fix mount point lookup (and mount -a) if the path
      contains // (bsc#931955).
  - Fix lack of I18N support in util-linux-systemd (mis-compilation).
* Sun Feb 22 2015
  - Build with FULL RELRO.
* Tue Feb 10 2015
  - define upstream source for klogconsole to remove patches
    * klogconsole-quiet.patch
    * klogconsole.diff
  - remove openSUSE 13.1 specific eject permissions, did not worked
    anyway since eject-fpie.patch was removed
  - always call autoreconf, not only for splitted packages, skip
    autopoint (gettext)
* Fri Feb 06 2015
  - Do not try to unregister an info file ( which we do
    not own. Already in May 2011, we stopped registering it: "do not
    register (not provided by this package)".
* Wed Feb 04 2015
  - libblkid: care about unsafe chars and possible buffer overflow
    in cache (CVE-2014-9114, util-linux-libblkid-unsafe-chars.patch,
    util-linux-libblkid-overflow.patch, bsc#907434)
* Thu Jan 29 2015
  - Update to version 2.25.2: mostly minor fixes
    (including boo#908742)
  - re-enable utmpdump and ipcs tests for all archs
* Thu Jan 15 2015
  - Use util-linux:/bin/logger as split-provide,
    /usr/lib/systemd/system/fstrim.service didn't exist in 13.1
* Sat Jan 10 2015
  - Remove from /etc/pam.d/login. By definition,
    local logins are always secure. Remote logins actually use
    /etc/pam.d/remote by way of `/bin/login -h` (such as rlogind).
    This solves the problem that root logins are erroneously rejected
    when using kmscon(8) or `machinectl login`, because they use
* Tue Nov 11 2014
  - Remove known fail marker for fdisk/bsd on ppc, ppc64, s390, s390x
* Fri Oct 17 2014
  - Fix mis-compilation of libuuid without uuidd support
  - Fix uuidd socket activation (bnc#900935).
  - Remove obsolete sysvinit script for uuidd.
  - Remove no more needed uuidd permissions stuff.
  - Replace PreReq for obsolete pwdutils by names of binaries.
  - Add fstrim service scripts and rcfstrim helper.



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Fabrice Bellet, Tue Jul 9 19:51:39 2024