Kaydet (Commit) db4bb8ce authored tarafından Suleyman Poyraz's avatar Suleyman Poyraz

Scomd start manager

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python:
- "3.3"
- "3.4"
- "3.5"
- "3.5-dev" # 3.5 development branch
- "3.6-dev" # 3.6 development branch
- "nightly" # currently points to 3.7-dev
# command to install dependencies
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script: ./setup.py install
Suleyman POYRAZ < nipalensisaquila [at] gmail.com >
Gürer Özen <gurer [at] pardus.org.tr>
S.Çağlar Onur <caglar [at] pardus.org.tr>
Onur Küçük <onur [at] pardus.org.tr>
Bahadır Kandemir <bahadir [at] pardus.org.tr>
Ozan Çağlayan <ozan [at] pardus.org.tr>
Current maintainer:
Marcin Bojara <marcin [at] pisilinux.org>
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2017-06-24 AquilaNipalensis <nipalensisaquila@gmail.com>
* python3 support
Now Mudur run in python3 and I forked it as SSMan
2014-01-21 Marcin Bojara <marcin@pisilinux.org>
* bin/mudur_tmpfiles.py: Fix creating a character device node
2014-01-18 Marcin Bojara <marcin@pisilinux.org>
* bin/mudur_tmpfiles.py: Added support for tmpfiles
* bin/mudur.py: Fixes for working with latest udev and tmpfiles
2010-12-30 Onur Küçük <onur@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Add HU and RU locales.
* bin/update-fstab.py: Port to new parted (by Gökçen).
2010-09-14 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Switch from sysklogd to rsyslog.
2010-07-08 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Drop support for COMAR based network management, start
NetworkManager in start_network().
2010-06-08 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Drop all deprecated and backward-compatibility stuff.
* bin/mudur.py (start_udev): Drop copying of devices which is now handled
by udev >= 155.
* setup.py: Bump to 4.0 for 2011.
2010-04-09 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: pylint fixes
2010-03-16 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/service.py: Fix UI message when reloading a service.
2010-03-09 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py (cleanupVar): Call the newly added function to prune pisi
info files holding needsServiceRestart and needsReboot packages.
* bin/mudur.py: Use delimitier-separated words for identifier names
instead of CamelCase notation.
* bin/mudur.py: Merge start_service and stop_service into manage_service.
2010-02-25 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Move network-dependent code into startNetwork()
2010-01-26 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Implement profiling support with cProfile,
Don't mount /sys, /proc, /dev and /dev/pts if they're already mounted,
Use /proc/sys/kernel/printk instead of dmesg for setting log level,
Use os.chmod instead of forking chmod.
* bin/setup.py: 3.1.4
2010-01-22 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Check for /proc and /sys before mounting,
refactor mounting parts a little.
* bin/setup.py: Bump to 3.1.3
2010-01-14 Bahadır Kandemir <bahadir@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/deluser.py: Add deluser command to easily delete users with COMAR
2010-01-14 Onur Küçük <onur@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/adduser.py: Add adduser command to easily add users with COMAR
2010-01-08 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Don't call useless is_virtual() method as we don't support
Xen.
2010-01-06 Onur Küçük <onur@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Check if mudur is in live environment from
/var/run/pardus/livemedia
* bin/mudur.py: Rename livecd config to live
2009-12-30 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py (setSystemLanguage): Don't fail if /etc/env.d/03locale is
missing.
2009-12-09 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py (cleanupVar): Don't remove livemedia file as it will be
used by our brand new, smart booting mechanism.
2009-11-22 Bahadır Kandemir <bahadir@pardus.org.tr>
* service.py: Error message if service is missing
2009-11-09 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* setup.py: Bump to 3.1.1.
2009-11-02 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py (mountRootFileSystem): Revert mount -af with the old loop
to fix /home mounts, separate swap activation.
* bin/mudur.py (run_async): Fix possible NoneType error.
* bin/mudur.py: Add support for starting preload daemon,
* bin/mudur.py: Add methods for turning swap on/off,
* bin/mudur.py: Add deprecated config option for testing future changes
2009-10-21 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py (autoloadModules): Pass -b to modprobe to obey blacklist
files,
* bin/mudur.py (mtime): Use os.path.getmtime() instead of os.stat(),
* bin/mudur.py (setHostname):
- Use ternary if-else construction for better readability,
* bin/mudur.py (startServices, stopServices): Don't leak D-Bus connection
handles, close them.
* bin/mudur.py: Fix some inverted logic if-else blocks,
* bin/mudur.py (Config): Rename get_mount() to
get_fstab_entry_with_mountpoint(),
* bin/mudur.py (updateMtab): New function to update mtab entry for a given
partition and clear existing mtab~ lock files (#10562),
* bin/mudur.py (stopSystem): Use shutil.copy instead of forking 'cp',
* bin/mudur.py (mountRootFileSystem): Call mount -af instead of calling
mount -f for each partition in /etc/fstab,
* bin/mudur.py (cleanupTmp): Call rm -rf once without extending each
pattern through glob,
* bin/mudur.py (mountRootFileSystem): Suggest F3/FS Check when rootfs
can't be mounted as R/W (#10408),
* bin/mudur.py: Bring back get_kernel_option() and touch() from
pardus-python to reduce external dependencies,
Move imports to the related functions as mudur is called and called again
through the boot process.
2009-10-19 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py (checkRootFileSystem): Don't fail if /etc/fstab doesn't
somehow have an entry for the root filesystem.
2009-07-23 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py (main): --retry-failed is removed, use --type=failed instead.
2009-07-23 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py (writeToFile): Give an empty string to the writeToFile
function by default,
* bin/mudur.py (checkRootFileSystem):
- Refactor the function so that mudur calls sulogin when the root
filesystem couldn't be mounted as read/write,
- Call fsck with -y for trying to fix the filesystem in all cases when the
fsck is forced,
- Don't re re-mount read/only the root filesystem if fsck isn't forced
through /forcefsck or /etc/fstab.
* bin/mudur.py (mountRootFileSystem):
- New function separated from checkRootFileSystem,
- Guard against IOErrors when trying to write into /etc/mtab after
mounting the root filesystem as read/write.
* bin/mudur.py (UI.greet): Append '(Safe Mode)' string to the mudur's
initial greeting message to distinguish between a normal and safe startup.
2009-07-02 Bahadır Kandemir <bahadir@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/service.py: Open COMAR Link when necessary.
2009-06-26 Bahadır Kandemir <bahadir@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Reset all profile states before trying to connect network
profiles.
2009-06-26 Bahadır Kandemir <bahadir@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Even simplest methods may reply after minutes on virtual
machines, thus boot fails while bringing up network devices.
2009-06-26 H. İbrahim Güngör <h.ibrahim.gungor@gmail.com>
* bin/network.py: Show connection states
2009-06-10 Bahadır Kandemir <bahadir@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Clear previous connection states
2009-06-04 Bahadır Kandemir <bahadir@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/service.py: Use comar.Link()
2009-05-26 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/network.py: Print colorized message when bringing up/down the
profiles, don't offer packages providing no devices when creating
connections.
2009-05-25 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/*.py: Update copyright dates,
* bin/mudur.py (Logger.log): Strip color characters before writing to the
mudur.log file,
* bin/compat.py: Port the code to COMAR 3.0 structure,
* bin/network.py:
- Better formatting on screen,
- Don't write backend names if there aren't any profiles or devices on that backend,
- Add support for fancy colors, can be disabled with --no-color,
- Ask the profile name at the end,
- Quit immediately if the backend doesn't provide any device
instead of asking useless questions.
* setup.py: Bump version to 3.0.3.
2009-05-21 Bahadır Kandemir <bahadir@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py (getServices): Omit non existing services
2009-05-21 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py (startServices): Don't wait for X11 socket if no head_start
is defined,
* bin/mudur.py (UI): Make color characters a dictionary,
* bin/mudur.py: Refactor messages, drop a useless information message
about udev,
* bin/mudur.py (localMount): Drop unreachable code in localMount,
* bin/mudur.py (UI): Put all the special characters into the color dict,
* bin/service.py: bus variable is not used, fix translation logic.
2009-05-20 Bahadır Kandemir <bahadir@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Do nothing if device is unplugged.
2009-05-20 Onur Küçük <onur@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Add easy colorize support
* bin/mudur.py: Add color to network and hostname info
2009-05-18 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Revert /proc/modules check,
* bin/mudur.py (waitBus): Don't flood mudur.log, just write the waited
time once upon exit.
2009-05-17 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Use touch from pardus.shellutils.
2009-05-17 Fatih Aşıcı <fatih@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Get back the kernel version parsing. It is used by
autoloadModules().
* bin/mudur.py: Change default language to "en".
2009-05-16 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py (Config.__init__): Remove unused kernel version parsing.
Should be implemented in pardus-python if mudur needs it one day.
* bin/mudur.py: Python functions return None by default, no need to
explicitly return it.
* bin/mudur.py: Make /forcefsck detection a one-liner.
* bin/mudur.py: Trigger udev for failed events only if /dev/.udev/failed
exists,
* bin/mudur.py (startNetwork): Remove the bus parameter as it wasn't used
at all in the function,
* bin/mudur.py: Use get_kernel_option from pardus.sysutils which carefully
parses /proc/cmdline and returns an appropriate dictionary, adapt the
relevant parts of mudur to handle it.
2009-05-15 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py (localMount): Remove noshm as mount don't have an option
like that.
2009-05-15 Bahadır Kandemir <bahadir@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py (startNetwork): Fixed not recognizing other wired devices.
2009-05-09 Bahadır Kandemir <bahadir@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py (startNetwork): Fixed a race condition, also cleaned up
code.
2009-05-04 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* etc/mudur.conf: Set head_start to xdm
* bin/mudur.py (startNetwork): Switch to new network backend.
2009-04-27 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py(localMount): Remove probing of usbcore as it's
now in-kernel.
2009-04-20 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* etc/mudur.conf: Comment the head_start for now,
* setup.py: Prepare for the 3.0.0 release.
2009-04-09 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py (setupUdev): This modification caused /dev/ppp
to disappear upon reboot (#9497).
2009-03-20 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py (copyUdevRules): Upstream says that we don't have to
retrigger for persistent rules,
* bin/mudur.py (CPU): Completely remove the CPU class as cpufreq
probing will be done by kernel,
* bin/mudur.py (checkFileSystems): Delete /forcefsck only if it
exists. Fixes an unhandled exception during boot if mudur=forcefsck
is given,
* bin/mudur.py (readyService): Remove this method and use startService
with a second parameter equal to 'ready' instead of this,
* bin/mudur.py (startService): Add a second parameter command= for
being able to call "service --ready" for some services.
* bin/mudur.py (Config.__init__): Enable debug by default as we don't
flood the mudur.log with millions of lines when it's enabled.
2009-03-16 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Disable CPUFreq probing as they will be
built into kernel.
2009-03-04 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: Add occasional debug calls for
better logging into /var/log/mudur.log
2009-03-03 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/mudur.py: The I/O redirection of start-stop-daemon
doesn't work at all. Implemented a new method run_async()
which runs a command in background and optionally redirects
its output and error streams.
* bin/mudur.py (startUdev): Use run_async() for spawning
udevadm monitor instead of buggy start-stop-daemon.
* bin/mudur.py (Logger.sync): Use epoch time instead of
uptime for not reading /proc/uptime for every log attempt.
Use writelines() instead of map().
2009-02-26 Ozan Çağlayan <ozan@pardus.org.tr>
* bin/network.py: Remove useless import.
* bin/service.py (loadConfig, Service.__init__): Rename shadowed builtin variables.
* bin/update-environment.py (read_env_d): Rename shadowed builtin variables.
* bin/mudur.py:
Comment the code,
Rename some functions for better self-explanation,
Split setupUdev() to setupUdev() and startUdev(),
Make the code pychecker clean.
* bin/mudur.py (loadFile, writeToFile):
Use open() instead of file().
* bin/mudur.py (setupUdev):
Limit the size of /dev to 10M,
No need to traverse /lib/udev/devices, just copy it recursively,
Remove uevent_helper hack for older kernels.
* bin/mudur.py (startUdev):
Use start-stop-daemon for udev monitor startup/cleanup.
* bin/mudur.py (stopSystem):
Call stopUdev() to stop udev daemon.