File initviocons.changes of Package initviocons

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Wed May 31 21:41:00 UTC 2017 - meissner@suse.com

- Actually build with RPM_OPT_FLAGS, will also catch
  too long -F arguments (bsc#1041840)

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Fri Feb 17 18:56:46 UTC 2012 - rschweikert@suse.com

- place binary in /usr tree (UsrMerge project)

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Thu Dec  1 15:48:27 UTC 2011 - coolo@suse.com

- add automake as buildrequire to avoid implicit dependency

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Mon Oct  5 19:46:42 CEST 2009 - poeml@suse.de

- add missing executable permissions to /usr/bin/termprobes
  [bnc#544224]

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Mon Dec 10 18:12:13 CET 2007 - poeml@suse.de

- update to r27:
  - when using -e, only output the TERM value and don't add
    LINES,COLUMNS by default anymore. Discussion in [#184179] (ssh
    installation exit abnormally when change terminal window size)
    has shown that they are not needed anyway, and they seem to
    cause problems in some cases (when used together with ssh).  In
    order to be able to revert to the previous behaviour, the -s
    switch was added. It adds LINES and COLUMNS to the eval output
    again.

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Wed Nov 14 12:20:42 CET 2007 - poeml@suse.de

- update to r25:
  - recognize WebSM console
    https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=256139 
    which sends a characteristic primary da

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Thu Jul 19 07:28:29 CEST 2007 - poeml@suse.de

- update to 0.5 (svn r24)
  - support for mlterm and Terminal.app
  - prefer Terminal.app over kterm (which responds in the same
    way). kterm is not widely used anymore, it was an old xterm
    fork but it isn't UTF-8 capable.
  - make it compile on Darwin 8.6
  - fold in patches initviocons-0.4.dif (c shell eval mode)
                    initviocons.minimal-termsize.patch [#140383]
                    initviocons.ps3-hack.patch
                    initviocons.ps3-matching.patch                                                                     

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Tue Jul 17 12:22:22 CEST 2007 - sassmann@suse.de

- added new /proc/device-tree/model matching for ps3 detection

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Tue Apr 24 20:48:49 CEST 2007 - olh@suse.de

- do not run initviocons on PS3, until the kernel fb is fixed

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Wed Jan 25 21:36:37 CET 2006 - mls@suse.de

- converted neededforbuild to BuildRequires

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Sun Jan  8 13:15:57 CET 2006 - olh@suse.de

- do not set cols/rows to less than 80x24 (#140383)

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Wed Oct 26 13:31:58 CEST 2005 - werner@suse.de

- Add support for C shell in eval mode

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Wed Oct  5 13:56:12 CEST 2005 - dmueller@suse.de

 - add norootforbuild

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Sun Jun  9 18:20:34 CEST 2002 - poeml@suse.de

- update to 0.4
- no longer ignore carriage return when a Windows telnet client ist
  connected (on iSeries). The telnet server has been fixed to
  handle the Network Virtual Terminal newline correctly.  If the
  respective Program Temporary Fixes are installed on the iSeries,
  this fix here is needed as well to prevent Enter key malfunction
  on the virtual console. 

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Tue Mar 12 10:26:54 CET 2002 - kukuk@suse.de

- Fix filelist (exclude /usr/bin as directory)

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Mon Feb  4 13:21:37 CET 2002 - poeml@suse.de

- created package
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