File kiwi-boot-descriptions.changes of Package kiwi-boot-descriptions

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Wed Oct 16 14:40:37 UTC 2019 - Marcus Schaefer <ms@suse.com>

- Fixed ISO Application ID match
    
  When creating ISO's with xorriso the application ID is stored
  upper case. The match in this code did not care for this and
  failed the match.

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Thu Sep 12 09:44:38 UTC 2019 - David Cassany <dcassany@suse.com>

- Drop netboot descriptions for openSUSE Leap 15.2

  This commit drops support for netboot descriptions for openSUSE Leap 15.2
  or higher.

  More specific, this commit removes the tool chain requirements of
  kiwi-boot-requires for Leap 15.2 or higher. This results on
  kiwi-boot-descriptions being present and installable but not containing
  any Leap 15.2 description, just SLE descriptions and older Leap ones.
  
  Additionally this commit also removes the Leap 42.2 and Leap 42.3
  descriptions those distros are no longer supported.

  Fixes bsc#1145724 

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Tue Aug 20 15:27:35 UTC 2019 - Marcus Schaefer <ms@suse.com>

- Make application ID check in searchImageISODevice() case-insensitive

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Mon Jul 29 09:26:18 UTC 2019 - Marcus Schaefer <ms@suse.com>

- Use %suse_version instead of %sle_version do detect SLE 15 (SP*)
  %sle_version is different depending on SP1 vs GA, but %suse_version
  is the same for all SLE 15.

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Wed Jul 24 10:13:48 UTC 2019 - Marcus Schaefer <ms@suse.com>

- modify 'dn' to avoid mangling /dev/sdp block names

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Fri Jul 19 13:55:30 UTC 2019 - ms@suse.com

- Improve partition validation for PXE
    
  This commit includes a patch to relax the partition
  size validation. It turned to happen that under some
  specific partition size configurations in the PXE client
  the partition layout was always seen as an invalid one
  in each boot. This was causing a repartition and redeploy
  of the PXE image in every single boot.
    
  Fixes bsc#1141156

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Fri Jul 19 13:54:33 UTC 2019 - ms@suse.com

- Normalize partedGetPartitionID output (bsc#1136744)
    
  This commit ensures the partedGetPartitionID output returns the
  same partition ID codes with or without the presence of sgdisk
  utility. It basically trusts partition names provided by KIWI to map
  partitions to specific IDs.
    
  Additionally this commit also makes sure that the partition stated
  to be of `ef` type in config.<mac> is named `legacy`, to be consistent
  with the partedGetPartitionID expectations.

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Mon Jul  8 09:44:37 UTC 2019 - ms@suse.com

- Deleted obsolete boot image descriptions

  The support for dracut in kiwi has settled some time ago and
  for the custom boot descriptions deleted here there is a dracut
  based replacement. See the following list and the reason for
  the deletion:

  * arm/oemboot
    Any oem image created with kiwi-ng for arm uses dracut.
    There is no tested support for oemboot on arm

  * ppc/netboot and ppc/oemboot
    Support for ppc with kiwi-ng is still being worked on.
    We will not support custom oem code when we can have
    dracut based support. This obsolete descriptions are an
    artifact of the legacy kiwi version

  * s390/oemboot
    Any oem image created with kiwi-ng for s390 uses dracut
    There is no tested support for oemboot on s390

  * x86_64/oemboot/rhel-07.0 and x86_64/oemboot/ubuntu-xenial
    Obsolete and replaced with generic dracut support in kiwi-ng

  * x86_64/oemboot/suse-leap42.2 and x86_64/oemboot/suse-leap42.3
    Distributions out of support per upstream kiwi policy

  * x86_64/oemboot/suse-tumbleweed
    Lots of changes on the udev and systemd side made oemboot
    non functional anyway. The switch to dracut is inevitable here.
    Thus no reason to keep broken oemboot code around

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Mon Jun 17 07:30:51 UTC 2019 - ms@suse.com

- Use default values for nr_inode on devtmpfs mounts
    
  Using nr_inode=0 is causing mount failures in recent kernels. This
  option was introduced to fix issues in split systems, which are no
  longer supported. According to that we just remove this option and
  let mount set the default value, which depends on available memory
  of the system. Fixes SUSE/kiwi#1105

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Thu May 23 14:27:03 UTC 2019 - ms@suse.com

- Allow disabling multipath

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Wed May 22 12:50:10 UTC 2019 - ms@suse.com

- Fixed udev startup
  Due to a change in the udev rules an error in kiwi was triggered
  that outlines an incomplete udev startup sequence. This
  patch fixes the creation of the dev tree by udev and is
  related to bsc#1135762

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Wed May 22 12:49:55 UTC 2019 - ms@suse.com

- Set SERVER variable as expected by netboot code (#674)
  This commit sets $host from $SERVER variable if present and no
  $kiwiserver is given from the command line.
  The same criteria applies for $type and $SERVERTYPE variables.
  Fixes bsc#1133537

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Wed Apr 24 15:23:58 UTC 2019 - David Cassany <dcassany@suse.com>

- Added netboot definitions for Leap 15.1 (boo#1132839)

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Wed Mar  6 15:55:44 UTC 2019 - ms@suse.com

- custom_boot/functions.sh: add support for PLABEL in config

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Wed Mar  6 15:54:55 UTC 2019 - ms@suse.com

- Update spec file:
  * syslinux is only available on x86*, so requires it only for x86
  * Run format spec file

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Mon Jan  7 10:33:48 UTC 2019 - ms@suse.com

- Fallback to sulogin if setctsid is missing

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Mon Jan  7 10:33:19 UTC 2019 - ms@suse.com

- Use setctsid/bash instead of sulogin for debugging
    
  The custom kiwi boot descriptions supports a boot process
  accompanying debug shell if the kiwidebug=1 option is
  set on the kernel command line. That shell was invoked
  using sulogin. Problem is that this call occupies the
  controlling terminal and console such that the typical
  multiplexing of consoles through plymouth is stopped.
  This means it's not possible to run e.g an oem deployment
  with several active/multiplexed consoles and a backgrounding
  debuging shell. This patch moves away from sulogin and
  calls a bash through setctsid on a free console

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Mon Dec 17 11:36:13 UTC 2018 - ms@suse.com

- Fixed console multiplexer when dialogs get displayed.
  https://github.com/SUSE/kiwi-descriptions/pull/30

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Fri Sep 28 16:16:39 UTC 2018 - David Cassany <dcassany@suse.com>

- Added syslinux requirement for kiwi-image-iso-requires, this
  fixes bnc#1103398 

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Thu Sep 20 08:45:29 UTC 2018 - ms@suse.com

- Setup swap space with a label in any case
    
  Independently of the device persistency setup we create
  the swap space with the label named SWAP and add it as
  such to the fstab file

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Mon Aug 13 09:04:39 UTC 2018 - ms@suse.com

- Clear the terminal I/O before dialog
    
  Call the reset program to clear the terminal I/O
  prior to call the dialog program. This Fixes bsc#1095856

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Mon May 28 09:17:51 UTC 2018 - ms@suse.com

- Make sure root entry in fstab is created for pxe
    
  On pxe deployment via netboot the root entry in fstab was
  not created even if the client config file contains a DISK
  setup

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Wed Apr  4 14:55:17 UTC 2018 - ms@suse.com

- Add kiwi-image-tbz-requires to provide kiwi-image:tbz 

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Tue Mar 13 14:15:55 UTC 2018 - ms@suse.com

- Added jing as required package in the *-requires sub packages

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Tue Feb 20 10:45:54 UTC 2018 - ms@suse.com

- Update meta packages structure for the buildservice

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Tue Feb  6 20:30:33 CET 2018 - ms@suse.de

- Move of kiwi boot descriptions to its own package
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