Accepted oem-config 1.17 (source)

Colin Watson cjwatson at
Tue Jul 3 14:35:17 BST 2007

 OK: oem-config_1.17.tar.gz
 OK: oem-config_1.17.dsc
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Format: 1.7
Date: Tue, 03 Jul 2007 14:12:45 +0100
Source: oem-config
Binary: oem-config-check oem-config-gtk oem-config-udeb oem-config oem-config-kde
Architecture: source
Version: 1.17
Distribution: gutsy
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Colin Watson <cjwatson at>
Changed-By: Colin Watson <cjwatson at>
 oem-config - Perform end-user configuration after initial installation
 oem-config-check - enter OEM mode if requested
 oem-config-gtk - GTK+ frontend for end-user post-install configuration
 oem-config-kde - KDE frontend for end-user post-install configuration
 oem-config-udeb - Prepare for end-user configuration after initial installation
 oem-config (1.17) gutsy; urgency=low
   * Move .glade and .ui files to a new top-level gui directory in the source
     package, and install them under /usr/share/oem-config/glade and
     /usr/share/oem-config/qt respectively.
   * Rename gtk-ui to gtk_ui and kde-ui to kde_ui, to make it easier to
     subclass them.
   * Break up the glade file into multiple pieces to make updates to single
     pages a lot easier (port of work done in ubiquity by Mario Limonciello).
   * Drop into pdb.post_mortem on non-SyntaxError exceptions if the --pdb
     option is given and oem-config is running from a terminal.
   * Fix title of language page: "Choose language and location" no longer
     makes sense now that the location is computed from the timezone.
   * Minor UI tweaks to sync up with ubiquity.
   * Add a warning in d-i/source/README about modifying files in this
   * Implement the oem-config parts of the ubiquity-oem specification:
     - Fix desktop file installation harder.
     - Update user page layout to match ubiquity, including filling in a
       suggested username automatically, displaying error messages inline,
       and showing a warning message in debugging mode.
     - Set up autologin for the oem user via gdm/kdm.
     - Disable the hwdb-client notification for the created user.
     - Add a facility to run hook scripts from
       /usr/lib/oem-config/post-install just before exiting. Hook scripts are
       run noninteractively, although they can talk to debconf for database
       queries and the like if they need to.
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