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Commits on May 28, 2015
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Commits on May 23, 2015
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Commits on May 14, 2015
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    Remove un-needed epdfview

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Commits on May 13, 2015
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Commits on May 5, 2015
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    Merge branch 'testing'

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    Revert "Security updates"

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    This reverts commit 89e6acc.
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Commits on Apr 30, 2015
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    cmdline has some %20 encoded options which were being escaped to spac…

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    …e and being interpreted as another firefox tab
    we don't really use the passed cmdline arguments, so removing them
Commits on Apr 29, 2015
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    apt-get -u dist-upgrade

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Commits on Apr 23, 2015
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    cmdline has some %20 encoded options which were being escaped to spac…

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    …e and being interpreted as another firefox tab
    we don't really use the passed cmdline arguments, so removing them
Commits on Apr 22, 2015
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Commits on Apr 21, 2015
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Commits on Apr 20, 2015
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Commits on Apr 17, 2015
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    Remove files not known to dpkg

    matthijskooijman authored
    This mostly removes a bunch of (probably) nVidia-specific GL and related
    libraries. Having these around broke direct rendering, at least on Intel
    These unknown files were found using:
    find /bin /boot /lib /sbin /usr -print0 | xargs -0 dpkg -S 2>&1 > /dev/null | sed 's/.*pattern //' > extra
    for i in $(cat extra); do if ! ls -l $i|grep alternatives >/dev/null; then echo $i; fi; done > extra2
    Not all of these files were removed, the list was manually filtered to leave
    the meaningful files in. In particular, these were some webconverger-specific
    files, b43 firmware files, some fonts and files autogenerated at install time
    (mime files, a lot of .pyc files).
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    Slightly improve crash error output for git-fs

    matthijskooijman authored
    It appears that when git-fs crashes, the tail -f /boot.log doesn't (always?)
    properly show the crash report. By bypassing the log and writing straight to
    the console, this is problem is circumvented.
    Also add some extra comments about how to get more meaningful error output, and
    document some caveats wrt debug mode.
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    Install the locales package

    matthijskooijman authored
    This makes locale stuff available to applications like they expect, preventing
    segfaults in e.g. libfuse when printing help options and probably other
    To save space, only the files required for the en_US@UTF-8 locale are
    installed. This is the only locale actually generated and also set as the
    default locale.
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    Update git-fs

    matthijskooijman authored
    This version was compiled inside this chroot (by temporarily installing
    libfuse-dev, libssl-dev and libgit2-dev) and now correctly links against the
    Jessie versions of all libraries.
    This uses git-fs version bb381f15f (Revert "No need to init&shutdown threads
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    Install libgit2-21 and libfuse2

    matthijskooijman authored
    These are needed for git-fs to work.
    This removes the older and, which were manually
    installed (not through dpkg).
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    Reinstall all packages

    matthijskooijman authored
    This was done by reinstalling each package separately, doing them all in one
    command resulted in dependency loop errors.
    	for p in $(dpkg -l |grep ^ii | cut -d' ' -f 3); do apt-get install --reinstall $p; done
    This serves to check that nothing got missing or corrupted over time. A few
    missing files were reinstalled by this, but nothing seems to have been really
    The installer also updated the initrd, but this change was not committed since
    there will be more changes for the initrd next.
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    Fix locales ignore in dpkg

    matthijskooijman authored
    There was a typo, locales vs locale, so these files were still being installed
    by dpkg. None of these files were committed to git, due to the .gitignore. The
    .list files still contain references to these files, which will be fixed in the
    next commit.
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    Downgrade dwm to the Jessie version

    matthijskooijman authored
    This was the only package that had a newer version installed.
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    Purge all previously removed but still configured packages

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    This is the result of running apt-get purge $(dpkg -l |grep ^rc | cut -d' ' -f 3)
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    Remove all packages that are no longer available in Jessie

    matthijskooijman authored
    This removes: epdfview firefox gcc-4.4-base gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg libavcodec53
    libavformat53 libavutil51 libboost-iostreams1.42.0 libclucene0ldbl libdb4.7
    libdb4.8 libdb5.1 libdconf0 libdrm-nouveau1a libevent-1.4-2 libexiv2-12
    libexiv2-9 libffi5 libgcrypt11 libgmp3c2 libgnutls26 libhunspell-1.2-0 libjpeg8
    liblcms1 liblzma2 libmpc2 libnl1 libnl2 libnotify1 libopenjpeg2 libpoppler19
    libprocps0 libproxy0 librtmp0 libssl0.9.8 libswscale2 libtasn1-3 libtiff4
    libx264-123 libxcb-atom1 libxcb-aux0 libxcb-event1
    This leaves firefox, epdfview and webconverger-archive-keyring in place. The
    former is a dummy package to satisfy other packages' dependencies (firefox was
    manually installed in /opt), I believe epdfview was installed externally and
    not available in Jessie and webconverger-archive-keyring is obviously an
    external package.
    The list above was generated using: aptitude search '?not(?archive(testing))?installed'
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