Commit 26651b99 authored by Sebastian Harl's avatar Sebastian Harl

changelog: Updated to 4.10.1-1+squeeze1~bpo50+1.

parent 2b94f66e
collectd (4.10.1-1+squeeze1~bpo50+1) lenny-backports; urgency=low
* Rebuild for lenny-backports.
* debian/control:
- Build-conflict with iptables-dev to force the use of the shipped libiptc
(this allows building the iptables plugin on all architectures).
- Build-depend on libltdl3-dev, rather than libltdl-dev -- the latter is
not available in Lenny.
- Build-depend on libsensors-dev, rather than libsensors4-dev, which is
not available in Lenny. This limits the functionality of the "sensors"
plugin which does not work well with libsensors3 and lm-sensors-3
(Re-opens: #538795).
- Build-depend on "libsnmp-dev | libsnmp9-dev" rather than specifying the
right combination of libsnmp-dev and perl, which might confuse buildds
on Lenny. Lenny is not affected by #559087 (see 4.8.2-1).
* debian/collectd.conf, debian/control, debian/rules:
- Disabled the "gmond" plugin, which requires libganglia (>= 3) which is
not available in Lenny; removed build-dependency on libganglia-dev.
- Disabled the "memcachec" plugin, which requires libmemcached which is
not available in Lenny; removed build-dependency on libmemcached-dev.
- Disabled the "tokyotyrant" plugin, which requires libtokyotyrant which
is not available in Lenny; removed libtokyocabinet-dev and
libtokyotyrant-dev build-dependencies.
- Disabled the "curl_json" plugin, which requires libyajl which is not
available in Lenny; removed libyajl-dev build-dependency.
- Disabled the "pinba" plugin, which requires protobuf which is not
available in Lenny; removed libprotobuf-c0-dev and protobuf-c-compiler
build-dependencies.
-- Sebastian Harl <tokkee@debian.org> Tue, 21 Sep 2010 00:10:55 +0200
collectd (4.10.1-1+squeeze1) testing-proposed-updates; urgency=medium collectd (4.10.1-1+squeeze1) testing-proposed-updates; urgency=medium
* debian/rules: * debian/rules:
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