Commit 49f46e63 authored by Michael Biebl's avatar Michael Biebl

Release version 241-3 to unstable

urgency=high for the security fix.
parent 996e854f
systemd (241-3) unstable; urgency=high
[ Michael Biebl ]
* Drop systemd-shim alternative from libpam-systemd.
A fixed systemd-shim package which works with newer versions of systemd
is unlikely to happen given that the systemd-shim package has been
removed from the archive. Drop the alternative dependency from
libpam-systemd accordingly.
* Properly remove duplicate directories from systemd package.
When removing duplicate directories from the systemd package, sort the
list of directories in reverse order so we properly delete nested
* udev: Run programs in the specified order (Closes: #925190)
* bash-completion: Use default completion for redirect operators
(Closes: #924541)
* networkd: Clarify that IPv6 RA uses our own stack, no the kernel's
(Closes: #815582)
* Revert "Drop systemd-timesyncd.service.d/disable-with-time-daemon.conf"
Apparently Conflicts= are not a reliable mechanism to ensure alternative
NTP implementations take precedence over systemd-timesyncd.
(Closes: #902026)
* network: Fix routing policy rule issue.
When multiple links request a routing policy, make sure they are all
applied correctly. (Closes: #924406)
* pam-systemd: Use secure_getenv() rather than getenv()
Fixes a vulnerability in the systemd PAM module which insecurely uses
the environment and lacks seat verification permitting spoofing an
active session to PolicyKit. (CVE-2019-3842)
[ Martin Pitt ]
* Enable udev autopkgtest in containers.
This test doesn't actually need udev.service (which is disabled in
containers) and works fine in LXC.
* Enable boot-and-service autopkgtest in containers
- Skip tests which can't work in containers.
- Add missing rsyslog test dependency.
- e2scrub_reap.service fails in containers, ignore (filed as #926138)
- Relax pgrep pattern for gdm, as there's no wayland session in
-- Michael Biebl <> Mon, 08 Apr 2019 12:59:32 +0200
systemd (241-2) unstable; urgency=medium
[ Martin Pitt ]
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