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LCFG Project

LCFG Project

Recent Activity for the LCFG project

Weekly Changes – 10/06/2024

A quiet week with just a few small changes that won’t affect most systems, here are the details of the notable changes…

aptly repository/mirror manager

The APTLY_MIRROR_UBUNTU macro, used to configure aptly for mirroring of upstream Ubuntu releases, now sets the keyring resource to use the standard keyring file – /usr/share/keyrings/ubuntu-archive-keyring.gpg.

LCFG documentation

The package list for installing all the LCFG component documentation source files (POD) has been renamed to lcfg_debian_docs.pkgs and the specifications have been fixed so that it’s actually usable.

SASL modules

On DICE Ubuntu the libsasl2-modules-ldap package has been removed. That module is not used on DICE but having it installed was causing lots of entries in syslog and logwatch regarding failure to load plugins.

Changes to headers and package lists

Members of the Informatics Computing team can browse all the changes to the headers and package lists.

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