Accepted schroot 0.99.0-1ubuntu1 (source)

Reinhard Tartler siretart at
Wed Jun 28 19:50:07 BST 2006

 OK: schroot_0.99.0-1ubuntu1.dsc
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 OK: schroot_0.99.0.orig.tar.gz
 OK: schroot_0.99.0-1ubuntu1.diff.gz

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Format: 1.7
Date: Wed, 28 Jun 2006 20:40:13 +0200
Source: schroot
Binary: dchroot schroot
Architecture: source
Version: 0.99.0-1ubuntu1
Distribution: edgy
Urgency: high
Maintainer: Debian buildd-tools Developers <buildd-tools-devel at>
Changed-By: Reinhard Tartler <siretart at>
 dchroot    - Execute commands in a chroot environment
 schroot    - Execute commands in a chroot environment
Closes: 354344 361108 362205 363475 364332 366608 369626 369633 372569 372874
 schroot (0.99.0-1ubuntu1) edgy; urgency=low
   * remerge ubuntu changes:
     + debian/control: libpam-dev (>> 0.79-3ubuntu6)
 schroot (0.99.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.
   * Bind mounts are now used for session-managed plain chroots
     (Closes: #354344).
   * root is no longer denied access when root is not in the groups or
     root_groups lists (Closes: #372569).
   * schroot.conf supports a personality option to set the process
     execution domain, and dchroot.conf supports an additional third
     personality option to do the same (Closes: #372874).
   * debian/control:
     - split dchroot into a separate package.
     - schroot conflicts with dchroot << 0.13.
     - dchroot depends upon schroot to use the schroot configuration,
       scripts and helper binaries.
     - dchroot and schroot Suggest debootstrap.
     - add Luk Claes as a co-maintainer.
   * debian/rules:
     - Use dh_install
     - Install dchroot lintian override.
     - Install init script into rcS, and don't restart on upgrade.  This
       will ensure that running sessions are not disrupted on upgrade.
   * debian/dchroot.install: New file.
   * debian/schroot.install: New file.
   * debian/schroot.lintian-overrides: Remove dchroot lintian override.
   * debian/dchroot.lintian-overrides: Add dchroot lintian override.
   * debian/schroot.preinst: Move from debian/preinst.
   * debian/schroot.postinst:
     - Move from debian/postinst.
     - If upgrading from a version less than 0.99.0-1, remove the
       rc.d symlinks, because rcS is used instead of the normal runlevels.
   * debian/dchroot.postrm: New file. Remove /etc/dchroot.conf on purge.
   * debian/schroot.README.Debian: Move from debian/README.Debian.  Remove
     outdated dchroot bits.
   * debian/schroot.NEWS: New file. Document the splitting out of dchroot.
 schroot (0.2.11-1) unstable; urgency=high
   * New upstream release.
   * debian/control: Upgrade to Standards-Version 3.7.2.
   * schroot/, schroot/ Correct ambiguity and
     mistakes in the documentation (Closes: #369633).  Thanks to Andreas
   * 05file and 10mount take additional steps to ensure that filesystems
     are umounted correctly, and that no chroot will be purged if there are
     mounted filesystems inside it (Closes: #369626).
   * Don't package the static libsbuild.a.
 schroot (0.2.10-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.
   * debian/control: Upgrade to Standards-Version 3.7.0.
   * sbuild/ If a chroot alias is the same as the
     chroot name, don't warn about it, because the effect is still
     unambiguous (Closes: #366608).
 schroot (0.2.9-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.
   * The package now builds cleanly with GCC 4.2 (Closes: #362205).
   * schroot/setup/10mount: Create mountpoints if they do not exist
     (Closes: #364332).
   * schroot/ Fall back to home directory instead of / if
     the current working directory does not exist in the chroot
     (Closes: #363475).
   * debian/README.Debian: Move chroot safety advice to README
     (Closes: #361108).
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