Changelog for calamares-branding-upstream-3.2.0-lp150.40.1.noarch.rpm :

* Mon Dec 18 2017 Update to Calamares 3.1.10: - fix bug then Python job-modules could not use pretty_name() for reporting the module status when the job was started. - The packages module can now be enabled, but then skipped if no internet is available (this is a preferred configuration for distro\'s which would like to install packages, but which are optional when there is no connection).
* Wed Dec 06 2017 Update to Calamares 3.1.9: - Fix bug in Netinstall corner cases: a hidden subgroup would be installed even when its parent was not selected, and a hidden subgroup could cause its parent to default to unselected. - The branding element ProductLogo is used as the logo, instead of the product icon.
* Thu Nov 23 2017 Update to Calamares 3.1.8: - Fix Netinstall crash if the returned netinstall-groups data was empty. - Fix regression were GeoIP data had been read twice. - Use more support code from KPMCore, instead of doing it ourselves.
* Thu Nov 23 2017 Update to Calamares 3.1.7 fixes two regressions introduced earlier in the 3.1 series (3.1.5 or before): - Netinstall was no longer compatible with the packages module, which prevented any users of netinstall from installing packages from online repositories. - The bootloader installation for EFI systems used the wrong name for the bootx64.efi (or bootia32.efi) files.
* Mon Oct 23 2017 Update to Calamares 3.1.6: - fixes two regressions introduced in 3.1.5 - improving timezone selection in northern locations.
* Thu Oct 12 2017 Remove -devel subpackage: libraries are not intended to be used by other programs.- Fix Python shebang in files.
* Tue Oct 03 2017 Merge calamares and calamares-libs3 into one RPM package: Calamares\' developers don\'t guarantee stable API or ABI, libraries are not intended to be used by other programs.
* Wed Sep 27 2017 Update to Calamares 3.1.5: - Python 3.4 is once again supported. - Improved reporting of dependencies in CMake. - Dozens of compilation warnings fixed up.
* Thu Sep 07 2017 Update to Calamares 3.1.4: - A race condition leading to crashes when starting Calamares has been resolved. - Packages module has been seriously revamped; it is now also translatable. - Translations in the partitioning module have been improved. - Encrypted swap is now correctly configured. - Minor visual improvements.
* Sun Sep 03 2017 Updated to Calamares 3.1.4 pre-release git version b22bd67: - Fix partitioning regressions in Calamares 3.1.2/3.1.3. - Drop calamares_crash_reporter.
* Fri Sep 01 2017 Drop 2.4-QT5.5-compat.patch: openSUSE Leap 42.1 no longer supported.- Drop 3.1-users.conf.patch: no longer need to dissable autologin.
* Fri Sep 01 2017 Don\'t build calamares_crash_reporter for openSUSE Tumbleweed, otherwise entire building fails.
* Fri Sep 01 2017 Updated to Calamares 3.1.3: - Python jobs without a pretty_name() function – and that is the majority of them – could no longer be run. - The installation-is-done notification could hang Calamares when the installation failed.- Update 2.4-unpackfs.conf.patch and rename it to 3.1.3-unpackfs.conf.patch
* Fri Sep 01 2017 Updated to Calamares 3.1.2: - Translation updates. - Summary page now shows language and number-formats information. - The Quit and Done buttons now have a tooltip explaining what they will do. - At the end of the install process, a notification appears in the system notification area (generally a pop-up in the lower right-hand corner of the screen). - If installation fails, the system won’t reboot automatically on the last Calamares page. - Fat32 filesystems are now handled correctly even when misspelled. - Filesystem sizes are now shown with an MB suffix.- Modify 3.1.2-SUSE_DM_-_add_special_case_configuring_autologin_in_sysconfig.patch and rename it to 3.1.2-configuring_autologin_in_sysconfig.patch
* Thu Aug 03 2017 Backport upstream patch to enable autologin configurations 3.1.2-SUSE_DM_-_add_special_case_configuring_autologin_in_sysconfig.patch
* Sun Jul 30 2017 Updated to Calamares 3.1.1: - Improved salting for user passwords. - Crash on startup when no installation-devices are found has been fixed. - Support for very small screens (800x600) is improved. - Hostnames may be up to 63 characters in length, conforming to RFC1123 and various LDAP schemas. - System language, locale settings and keyboard are now guessed based on installer language and location. - Crashreporter added to release tarball.
* Mon Jun 05 2017 Provide branding package separately.
* Sun Jun 04 2017 Updated to Calamares 3.1.0. Upstream changes between Calamares 3.0.1 and 3.1.0: - improved package selection user interface; - support for disabling swap partition creation in automated partitioning; - double-click as a way to edit a partition in the manual partitioning view; - improved check for internet connection availability; - improved package manager handling, so a package operation which fails for a single package won’t block other packages; - various minor fixes. Upstream changes between Calamares 3.0.0 and 3.0.1: - fix for an issue in the users module, which could break login if the chosen password had non-Latin1 characters; - proper exception handling in the networkcfg module; - improved autologin configuration handling for sddm. Upstream changes between Calamares 2.4.6 and 3.0.0: - new optional PythonQt-based module interface. - dropped support for KPMcore 2; - countless fixes and improvements.
* Fri Jan 27 2017 Updated to Calamares 2.4.6: - fixed autologin handling for sddm in the displaymanager module; - improved build system files so module linkage defaults to private; - fixed an issue which caused the internet connection status to not be written to GlobalStorage; - added support for building the partition module with both KPMcore 2.2 and 3.0; - fixed a crash on startup in the webview module (if built with QtWebEngine); - fixed an issue in the partition module which could sometimes cause the legacy bootloader to be installed on the wrong disk; - fixed an issue in the users module to correctly disable the root password if configured to do so; - fixed an issue in the partition module to always set the correct flags for an EFI system partition.
* Fri Nov 25 2016 Updated to Calamares 2.4.5: - fixed a path handling issue which could sometimes occur when reusing an existing EFI system partition; - fixes and reliability improvements for the internet connection check in the welcome module; - fixed GRUB deployment with 32-bit UEFI firmware (note: this also affects some 64-bit systems which ship a 32-bit UEFI firmware); - fixed operating system detection for automatic dual boot setup in GRUB; - added Btrfs subvolumes setup for AATT and AATThome in automated install modes (note: manual partitioning still doesn’t support Btrfs subvolumes, as this requires further work in both KPMcore and Calamares); - fixed a security issue which could happen when using manual partitioning to set up a system with an encrypted root partition, but with an unencrypted separate /boot partition.
* Tue Nov 22 2016 Updated to Calamares 2.4.4. Upstream changes between Calamares 2.4.3 and 2.4.4: - improved EFI system partition flag management (this removes a dependency on sgdisk); - improved parsing of SDDM configuration; - support for selecting visible groups by default in the netinstall module; - added option of updating the packages database before performing package operations; - added support for try_install and try_remove entries in the packages module configuration; - fixed potential failure in unpackfs module (caused by inability to write extended attributes to a filesystem which doesn’t support them). Upstream changes between Calamares 2.4.2 and 2.4.3: - added support for C++/Qt batch job plugins; - new dummycpp job module as an example for module developers; - added support for early LUKS unlocking with Debian initramfs (new initramfscfg module); - added support for early LUKS unlocking with Dracut (new dracutlukscfg module); - multiple fixes to /etc/crypttab handling to improve LUKS support on Debian and related distributions; - fixed user creation so it obeys the list of default groups for new users; - added Deepin support to the displaymanager module; - fixed an issue which could cause a failed install with LUKS if other LUKS partitions are already present.
* Mon Oct 17 2016 Rebasing partition.conf.patch (2.4 > 2.4.2)
* Mon Oct 17 2016 Updated to Calamares 2.4.2: - improved system requirements configuration checking; - fixed case-insensitive path handling when installing GRUB on VFAT filesystems; - removed dependency on chfn in the users module; - added support for Debian-style /etc/default/keyboard configuration as an option; - fixed an issue which could cause a failed install when resolv.conf is a broken symlink in the target rootfs; - fixed locale filtering for UTF-8 on Fedora and related distributions; - added support for disabling LUKS-related UI elements; - fixed an issue in the summary page, which caused the target root partition to be mislabeled in the UI.
* Tue Oct 04 2016 Modified 2.4-QT5.5-compat.patch to be a bit less hacky.- Added Licence module to the default settings.- Removed luksbootkeyfile, luksopenswaphookcfg and webview from default settings.
* Mon Oct 03 2016 Updated to Calamares 2.4.1.- Rebased all patches.- Splited calamares-opensuse-default-settings.patch into 6 new patches.- Added 2.4-QT5.5-compat.patch (compatibility patch for OpenSUSE Leap 42.1, which uses QT 5.5).- Removed calamares-opensuse-default-settings.patch.
* Mon Jun 06 2016 Updated to Calamares 2.2.3