Package "snapd"

Name: snapd


Daemon and tooling that enable snap packages

Latest version: *DELETED*
Release: trusty (14.04)
Level: proposed
Repository: universe
Homepage: https://github.com/snapcore/snapd


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Version: *DELETED* 2019-03-19 05:06:24 UTC
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Version: 2.37.1~14.04 2019-01-30 12:06:53 UTC

  snapd (2.37.1~14.04) trusty; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release, LP: #1811233
    - cmd/snap-confine: add special case for Jenkins
    - tests: workaround missing go dependencies in debian-9
    - daemon, polkit: pid_t is signed
    - interfaces: add display-control interface
    - interfaces: add block-devices interface
    - tests/main/searching: video section got renamed to photo-and-video
    - interfaces/camera: allow reading vendor/etc info from
    - interfaces/dbus: be less strict about alternations for well-known
    - interfaces/home: allow dac_read_search with 'read: all'
    - interfaces/pulseaudio: allow reading subdirectories of
    - interfaces/system-observe: allow read on
    - tests: get test-snapd-dbus-{provider,consumer} from the beta
    - interfaces/apparmor: mock presence of overlayfs root
    - packaging/{fedora,opensuse,ubuntu}: add /var/lib/snapd/lib/glvnd

 -- Michael Vogt <email address hidden> Tue, 29 Jan 2019 18:35:36 +0100

Source diff to previous version
1811233 [SRU] 2.37

Version: 2.37~14.04 2019-01-17 19:07:26 UTC

  snapd (2.37~14.04) trusty; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release, LP: #1811233
    - snapd: fix race in TestSanityFailGoesIntoDegradedMode test
    - cmd: fix snap-device-helper to deal correctly with hooks
    - tests: various fixes for external backend
    - interface: raw-usb: Adding ttyACM[0-9]* as many serial devices
      have device node /dev/ttyACM[0-9]
    - tests: fix enable-disable-unit-gpio test on external boards
    - tests: define new "tests/smoke" suite and use that for
    - interfaces/builtin/opengl: allow access to NVIDIA VDPAU
    - snapshotstate: don't task.Log without the lock
    - overlord/configstate/configcore: support - and _ in cloud init
      field names
    - cmd/snap-confine: use makedev instead of MKDEV
    - tests: review/fix the autopkgtest failures in disco
    - systemd: allow only a single daemon-reload at the same time
    - cmd/snap: only auto-enable unicode to a tty
    - cmd/snap: right-align revision and size in info's channel map
    - dirs, interfaces/builtin/desktop: system fontconfig cache path is
      different on Fedora
    - tests: fix "No space left on device" issue on amazon-linux
    - store: undo workaround for timezone-less released-at
    - store, snap, cmd/snap: channels have released-at
    - snap-confine: fix incorrect use "src" var in mount-support.c
    - release: support probing SELinux state
    - release-tools: display self-help
    - interface: add new `{personal,system}-files` interface
    - snap: give Epoch an Equal method
    - many: remove unused interface code
    - interfaces/many: use 'unsafe' with docker-support change_profile
    - run-checks: stop running HEAD of staticcheck
    - release: use sync.Once around lazy intialized state
    - overlord/ifacestate: include interface name in the hotplug-
      disconnect task summary
    - spread: show free space in debug output
    - cmd/snap: attempt to restore SELinux context of snap user
    - image: do not write empty etc/cloud
    - tests: skip snapd snap on reset for core systems
    - cmd/snap-discard-ns: fix umount(2) typo
    - overlord/ifacestate: hotplug-remove-slot task handler
    - overlord/ifacestate: handler for hotplug-disconnect task
    - ifacestate/hotplug: updateDevice helper
    - tests: reset snapd state on tests restore
    - interfaces: return security setup errors
    - overlord: make InstallMany work like UpdateMany, issuing a single
      request to get candidates
    - systemd/systemd.go: add missing tests for systemd.IsActive
    - overlord/ifacestate: addHotplugSeqWaitTask helper
    - cmd/snap-confine: refactor call to snap-update-ns --user-mounts
    - tests: new backend used to run upgrade test suite
    - travis: short circuit failures in static and unit tests travis job
    - cmd: automatically fix localized <option>s to <option>
    - overlord/configstate,features: expose features to snapd tools
    - selinux: package to query SELinux status and verify/restore file
    - wrappers: use new systemd.IsActive in core18 early boot
    - cmd: add tests for lintArg and lintDesc
    - httputil: retry on temporary net errors
    - cmd/snap-confine: remove unused sc_discard_preserved_mount_ns
    - wrappers: only restart service in core18 when they are active
    - overlord/ifacestate: helpers for serializing hotplug changes
    - packaging/{fedora,opensuse}: own /var/lib/snapd/cookie
    - systemd: start snapd.autoimport.service in --no-block mode
    - data/selinux: fix syntax error in definition of snappy_admin
    - snap/info: bind global plugs/slots to implicit hooks
    - cmd/snap-confine: remove SC_NS_MNT_FILE
    - spread: record each tests/upgrade job
    - osutil: do not import dirs
    - cmd/snap-confine: fix typo "a pipe"
    - tests: make security-device-cgroups-{devmode,jailmode} work on arm
    - tests: force test-snapd-daemon-notify exit 0 when the interface is
      not connected
    - overlord/snapstate: run 'remove' hook before 'auto-disconnect'
    - centos: enable SELinux support on CentOS 7
    - apparmor: allow hard link to snap-specific semaphore files
    - tests/lib/pkgdb: disable weak deps on Fedora
    - release: detect too old apparmor_parser
    - tests: improve how the log is checked to see if the system is
      waiting for a reboot
    - cmd, dirs, interfaces/apparmor: update distro identification to
      support ID="archlinux"
    - spread, tests: add Fedora 29
    - cmd/snap-confine: refactor calling snapd tools into helper module
    - apparmor: allow snap-update-ns access to common devices
    - cmd/snap-confine: capture initialized per-user mount ns
    - tests: reduce verbosity around package installation
    - data: set KillMode=process for snapd
    - cmd/snap: handle DNS error gracefully
    - spread, tests: use checkpoints when dumping audit log
    - tests/lib/prepare: make sure that SELinux context of repacked core
      snap is controlled
    - testutils: split checkers, tweak tests
    - tests: fix for tests test-*-cgroup
    - spread: show AVC audits when debugging, start auditd on Fedora
    - spread: drop Fedora 27, add Fedora 29
    - tests/lib/reset: restore context of removed snapd directories
    - testutil: add File{Present,Absent} checkers
    - snap: add new `snap run --trace-exec`
    - tests: fix for failover test on how logs are checked
    - snapctl: add "services"
    - overlord/snapstate: use file timestamp to initialize timer
    - cmd/libsnap: introduce and use sc_strdup
    - interfaces: let NM access ifindex/ifupdown files
    - overlord/snapstate: on refresh, check new rev can read current
    - client, store: don't use store from client (use client from store)
    - tests/main/parallel-install-store: verify installation of more
      than one instance at a time
    - overlord: don't write system key if security setup fails
    - packaging/fedora/snapd

Source diff to previous version
1811233 [SRU] 2.37

Version: 2.35.5~14.04 2018-10-25 11:06:55 UTC

  snapd (2.35.5~14.04) trusty; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release, LP: #1786438
    - interfaces/home: don't allow snaps to write to $HOME/bin
    - osutil: workaround overlayfs on ubuntu 18.10

 -- Michael Vogt <email address hidden> Mon, 15 Oct 2018 22:23:02 +0200

Source diff to previous version
1786438 [SRU] 2.35

Version: 2.35.4~14.04 2018-10-09 11:06:22 UTC

  snapd (2.35.4~14.04) trusty; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release, LP: #1786438
    - wrappers: do not depend on network.taget in socket units, tweak
      generated units

1786438 [SRU] 2.35

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