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Name: bluez-devel Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.2
Version: 5.48 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp152.12.3.1 Build date: Tue Jun 23 14:46:34 2020
Group: Development/Languages/C and C++ Build host: cloud107
Size: 141953 Source RPM: bluez-5.48-lp152.12.3.1.src.rpm
Summary: Files needed for BlueZ development
Files needed to develop applications for the BlueZ Bluetooth protocol






* Wed Mar 18 2020 Al Cho <>
  - Add
    HOGP 1.0 Section 6.1 establishes that the HOGP must require
    This change adds a configuration for platforms to choose a more
    secure posture for the HID profile.(bsc#1166751)(CVE-2020-0556)
    Attempt to set security level if not bonded.
    Add LEAutoSecurity setting to input.conf.
* Thu Dec 05 2019 Al Cho <>
  - Add tools-Fix-build-after-y2038-changes-in-glibc.patch
    * The 32-bit SIOCGSTAMP has been deprecated. Use the deprecated
    name to fix the build.(bsc#1156544)
* Tue Oct 15 2019 Al Cho <>
  - Add
    * Ensure the L2CAP SDUs whose length field match the actual frame
  - Modify bluez.changes:
    Remove (bsc#1013712)(CVE-2016-9798) tag from patch
* Thu Apr 25 2019 Al Cho <>
  - Add
    * amp_assoc_dump() didn't check the length of amp assoc struct.
    Add hcidump-Fix-memory-leak-with-malformed-packet.patch
    * Do not allow to read more than allocated data buffer size.
  - Refresh patches:
  - fix bluez.changes:
    add (bsc#1013893)(CVE-2016-9802) tag for last log.
* Thu Jan 24 2019 Al Cho <>
  - Add:btmon: multiple memory management vulnerabilities fixed
    Multiple different memory management vulnerabilities were discovered
    in btmon while fuzzing it with American Fuzzy Lop. Purpose of this
    fuzzing effort was to find some bugs in btmon, analyse and fix them
    but also try to exploit them. Also goal was to prove that fuzzing is
    low effort way to find bugs that could end up being severe ones.
    Most common weakness appeared to be buffer over-read which was
    usually caused by missing boundary checks before accessing array.
    Integer underflows were also quite common. Most interesting bug was
    simple buffer overflow that was actually discovered already couple
    years ago by op7ic:
    but it was still not fixed. This particular vulnerability ended up
    being quite easily exploitable if certain mitigation technics were
* Fri Dec 07 2018 Al Cho <>
  - Add hcidump-fixed-hci-frame-dump-stack-buffer-overflow.patch
    to replace
    Add hcidump-Fix-set_ext_ctrl-global-buffer-overflow.patch
    to fix global buffer overflow (PATCH-FIX-UPSTREAM)
  - Fix %ifarch range.
* Fri Jul 13 2018
  - add 0001-core-Fixes-order-InterfaceAdded.patch (boo#1101119)
    to fix headset connect after suspend/resume
* Thu Jun 28 2018
  - Add lost patches for RPi3 bluetooth support (bsc#995059)(bsc#1094902)
* Fri May 04 2018
  - Add
    * Fix hcidump memory leak in pin_code_reply_dump().
    * Fix hcidump buffer overflow in commands_dump().
* Tue Jan 30 2018
  - Add disable_some_obex_tests.patch bypass boo#1078285 for PowerPC
* Fri Dec 29 2017
  - update to version 5.48:
    This release brings many fixes and feature enhancements.
    Some notable enhancements include support for devices with the
    BLE battery service, as well as improved Mesh support in the
    meshctl tool. Several previously experimental D-Bus APIs have now
    been marked as stable, notably the Advertising Manager API as
    well as the AquireWrite & AquireNotify GATT APIs.
    As far as fixes go, these can be found in many areas of the stack,
    including A2DP, AVCTP, device discovery, Mesh, and GATT.
* Tue Dec 12 2017
  - add 0001-obexd-use-AM_LDFLAGS-for-linking.patch
  - document systemd dependency during %post
* Sun Sep 17 2017
  - update to version 5.47:
    This release contains various fixes to GATT, A2DP and BR/EDR vs
    LE bearer handling. There’s also a notable SDP fix for CVE-2017-
    1000250 (part of the recently announced BlueBorne vulnerabilities).
    Feature-wise, there’s now support for adding the appearance and
    local name to advertising data through the Advertising D-Bus
    interface. The btmon tool is now also able to better decode most
    Bluetooth 5.0 HCI commands and events.
    The Bluetooth Mesh Profile specification was released recently,
    and this BlueZ release comes with initial support for it in the
    form of a new meshctl tool. Using this tool it’s possible to
    provision mesh devices through the GATT Provisioning Bearer
    (PB-GATT), as well as communicate with them (e.g. configure them)
    using the GATT Proxy protocol.
* Sat Jul 15 2017
  - update to version 5.46:
    * Fix issue with handling ATT over BR/EDR connections.
    * Fix issue with SDP browsing cleanup after connection.
    * Fix issue with pointer dereference and OPP Put request.
    * Fix issue with identity address updates during pairing.
    * Fix issue with not removing services that had disappeared.
    * Add support for improved discovery of included services.
    * Add support for simplified characteristics discovery.
    * Add support for GATT caching configuration option.
    * Add experimental support for AcquireWrite and AcquireNotify.
* Fri Jul 07 2017
  - enable sixaxis plugin
* Sun Jun 25 2017
  - Add %post/%postun to bluez-auto-enable-devices so the settings
    change takes effect (boo#1039476)
* Thu Jun 08 2017
  - add bluez-auto-enable-devices subpackage with main.conf which
    auto-enables all devices (boo#1039476)
* Fri May 26 2017
  - add bluez-5.45-disable-broken-tests.diff to disable two broken
    tests (reported upstream but not yet fixed)
* Sat May 06 2017
  - update to version 5.45:
    This is mostly a bugfix release with fixes in ATT, GATT, OBEX
    and AVDTP.
    Feature-wise there are some new things as well, such as btmon
    support decoding Bluetooth 5.0 HCI commands and events.
* Fri Mar 03 2017
  - make testsuite run non-parallel (it has problems with running
    parallel checks) and quiet
* Wed Mar 01 2017
  - update to version 5.44:
    Most fixes are LE (specifically GATT) related, however some other
    areas are affected as well.
    Feature-wise, there’s a new MIDI plugin and support for using
    single-mode (LE-only) controllers that lack a public address.
    E.g. any nRF5x controller running a MyNewt or Zephyr based
    firmware falls into this category.
  - packaging: add "--enable-midi", "--enable-deprecated"
    TODO: package deprecated tools into separate package to prepare
    removal some time in the future
  - rebase bluez-cups-libexec.patch
* Wed Mar 01 2017
  - Set the cupsdir directly with patch instead of mv and seds:
    * bluez-cups-libexec.patch
  - Replace requirements by the pkgconfig counterparts
    * this should solve out the problem with builcycle on Factory
  - Ran over with spec-cleaner
* Sat Oct 29 2016
  - update to version 5.43:
    This is almost purely a bug-fix release with fixes to HoG, ATT
    and PAN. There’s also a fix for a regression in 5.42 that caused
    connection failures for external profiles like OBEX.
    Feature-wise there’s one notable addition: LE privacy. By
    enabling this in main.conf it’s now possible to make BlueZ
    generate a local Identity Resolving Key (IRK) and use Resolvable
    Private Addresses (RPAs) for itself.
* Mon Sep 26 2016
  - update to version 5.42:
    The major API change with this release is that the GATT D-Bus API
    is no longer marked as experimental.This should hopefully
    encourage the creation of more applications using it. Feature-
    wise, btmon received support for decoding full mgmt message
    traces - a feature that is available in the bluetooth-next kernel
    tree, i.e. on its way to the 4.9 kernel release. In addition to
    these changes, this release contains also fixes in areas such as
    PBAP, transport selection (BR/EDR vs LE), ATT and A2DP.
* Sun Jul 31 2016
  - Update descriptions a bit. Adjust RPM groups for what is used
    in openSUSE normally. Drop archaic %clean section.
    Drop --with-pic which is only for (unbuilt) static libs.
* Wed Jul 20 2016
  - update to version 5.41:
    BlueZ 5.41 is purely a bug-fix release targeting areas such as
    GATT, AVRCP, OBEX and device discovery filters. The GATT D-Bus
    API is now starting to be stable enough that this will likely be
    the last release where it is flagged as experimental.
  - fix build with older distributions that don't have %_userunitdir
    ins systemd-rpm-macros
* Tue Jun 07 2016
  - Don't require systemd-devel but systemd-rpm-macros (bsc#983167)
    Bluez simply needs to know where the systemd default paths are, at
    build time. For that there's no need to build-require systemd or
    systemd-devel (and pull all theirs dependencies). Instead
    build-require systemd-rpm-macros, which has much less dependencies.
* Sat May 28 2016
  - update to version 5.40:
    This is mostly a bug fix release fixing issues with GATT, paired
    devices and connection handling (particularly for accepting
    connections through the Profile D-Bus interface).
    One new feature is the ability to use btmon for reading HCI logs
    from a TTY device. Right now the creation of this kind of logs is
    available with Zephyr <> in the
    form of a special console logging mode (more information
    available here>).
    The format of the protocol is a slight modification of what btmon
    normally receives from the kernel monitor sockets, and is
    documented in doc/btsnoop.txt).
* Sun Apr 10 2016
  - update to version 5.39:
    This is almost entirely a bug fix release with important fixes to
    GATT, HoG, AVRCP & A2DP.
  - install gatttool, needed for bluetooth 4.0 devices (boo#970628)
* Fri Mar 18 2016
  - update to version 5.38:
    This release has lots of updates and fixes to the GATT D-Bus API.
    It should be working considerably better now. A key change to the
    GATT D-Bus API is that it is now fully conforming to the word of
    the D-Bus Object Manager specification. Instead of registering
    each service individually with an Object Manager interface per
    service path, all application services are now grouped together
    through a single RegisterApplication call. The details can be
    found in gatt-api.txt. Besides the D-Bus API change there are
    also numerous fixes to GATT functionality in general.
    Other areas that received fixes in this release are OBEX, AVRCP
    and 128-bit UUID handling. Feature-wise there isn’t anything
    groundbreaking, but a notable update is support for the Start
    Limited Discovery command in the btmgmt tool (this feature
    debuted with the 4.5 kernel release).
    * Fix issue with stack overflow and UUID handling.
    * Fix issue with ObjectManager interface and GATT.
    * Fix issue with GATT database and error handling.
    * Fix issue with GATT client notifications.
    * Fix issue with GATT object ordering.
    * Fix issue with GATT default MTU exchange.
    * Fix issue with device attribute clearing.
    * Fix issue with AVRCP capabilities request.
* Mon Dec 28 2015
  - update to version 5.37:
    * Fix issue with registering external profiles.
    * Fix issue with connecting external profiles.
    * Fix issue with GATT service changed handling.
    * Fix issue with not emitting GattServices update.
    * Convert to unified HID over GATT profile support.
    * Convert to KeyboardDisplay as default IO capability.
    * Install btattach utility by default.
* Fri Oct 30 2015
  - update to version 5.36:
    This release consists for the most part of bug fixes that target
    areas such as PBAP, AVRCP and GATT.
    Feature-wise a notable change is btmon support for vendor
    diagnostic messages which will be debuting with the 4.4 Linux
    kernel release. This feature will allow e.g. LMP tracing with
    specific controllers. For now there is preliminary support for
    Intel and Broadcom based controllers.
  - update dbus-devel buildrequires from
  - remove obsolete bluez-no-duplicate-test-names.patch
* Mon Sep 28 2015
  - update to version 5.35:
    This release contains bugfixes to areas such as GATT, OBEX, HoG
    and AVRCP. From now on bluetoothd will cache more information of
    remote GATT databases and thereby avoid unnecessary rediscovery
    of remote services.
    A noteworthy new feature is the ability to configure bluetoothd
    to automatically enable (power on) all new adapters. One use of
    this is to replace unreliable "hciconfig hci0 up" commands that
    some distributions use in their init/udev scripts. The feature
    can be enabled by having "AutoEnable=true" under the "[Policy]"
    section of /etc/bluetooth/main.conf
* Thu Sep 10 2015
  - Add bluez-no-duplicate-test-names.patch: Fix test suite when
    running against GLIB 2.45.x (test names are not to be used
* Fri Sep 04 2015
  - update to version 5.34:
    This release fixes a fairly important bug for the GATT D-Bus
    interface where automatic reconnections would not always occur
    for the client role. There’s also a fix for a missing attribute
    in PBAP & MAP SDP records as well as a couple of audio related
    fixes. A new feature in this release is Media Player Selection
    support for the Target role of AVRCP (the Controller role already
    had this).
* Fri Jul 31 2015
  - update to version 5.33:
    This release contains mostly bugfixes, particularly in areas such
    as the audio plugin, GATT and OBEX. The main feature additions
    are in the the emulator code which received improvelents to LE
    features. There’s also a new tool for testing the recently
    released Eddystone protocol from Google.
* Tue Jul 07 2015
  - update to version 5.32:
    This is mostly a bug fix release rather than including many new
    features. The fixes fall in several different areas, including
    OPP, ATT and advertising (instance number handling in
    particular). There’s also a fix for handling a sudden disconnect
    when a connection setup process hasn’t yet completed. The one
    notable feature this release has is the ability to select between
    letting the stack handle ATT security elevation or doing the
    respective error handling in higher layers.
* Tue Jun 16 2015
  - update to version 5.31
    Fixes to many different areas, including networking, GATT, HID,
    A2DP and AVRCP. Feature-wise we’ve got support for security flags
    for the GATT database, allowing fine-grained security level
    control for D-Bus clients using the GATT D-Bus API. We’ve also
    got a new experimental device discovery filter interface which
    allows filtering for a specific remote service, RSSI threshold
    or transport (LE vs. BR/EDR). Another new experimental interface
    is for LE advertising, which also brings the LE peripheral role
    closer to feature completion on a D-Bus level
  - remove obsolete bluez-5.30-disable-broken-tests.diff
* Wed Apr 01 2015
  - update to version 5.30
    The highlight of this release is the completion of the GATT D-Bus
    APIs. We’ve now got both the client and server functionality in
    place, however it’s still behind the -E (--experimental) command
    line switch. The API is documented in doc/gatt-api.txt and there
    are several test tools for it in the tree (even bluetoothctl has
    support for it). Another new (and still experimental) D-Bus API
    that debuts with this release is one for managing LE Advertising,
    i.e. acting in peripheral role. The API is documented in
    Besides the new features, there are several fixes to AVCTP, AVDTP
    & AVRCP.  There’s also a fix for C++ compiler compatibility with
    the library headers as well as a fix for device information not
    being stored in certain corner cases.
  - add bluez-5.30-disable-broken-tests.diff to fix test suite
  - remove -fstack-reuse=none workaround
  - remove 20150312-PATCH_BlueZ_shared_gatt-client_Fix_invalid_read-56974.patch
* Mon Mar 23 2015
  - Build the testsuite with -fstack-reuse=none to workaround broken
    test setup.  [bnc#923768]
* Thu Mar 12 2015
  - update to version 5.29
    This is a comparatively large release with over a month and 475
    commits since 5.28. There have been lots of fixes to the Android
    side. Our internal GATT library (used both by ‘normal’ BlueZ as
    well as the Android version) received lots of updates for this
    release. Other notable changes are a fix for AVCTP key repeat
    timeout as well as added support for the Multi Profile
    Specification (MPS).
  - add 20150312-PATCH_BlueZ_shared_gatt-client_Fix_invalid_read-56974.patch
    from bluez-devel for fixing test case failure (will be included in
    next bluez release)
* Tue Feb 03 2015
  - update to version 5.28
    Here’s the first BlueZ release in 2015. Most of the changes since
    the last one are bug fixes, but there’s actually quite many of
    them this time, including:
    * Fixes to GATT service discovery & probing
    * Fix for bearer selection with dual-mode devices
    * Fix potential crash when removing devices
    * Fix issue with incomplete names in EIR data
    * Fix parsing GATT name characteristics
    * Fix AVCTP long press & key repetition handling
    * Fixes for GATT notification handling
    Besides bug fixes we’ve now also got more extensive unit tests
    for new GATT code as well as better HCI decoders in btmon for
    some less used 4.1 and 4.2 features. The hid2hci tool gained
    support for CSR 8510 A10 devices and the hex2hcd tool received a
    complete rewrite with better command handling.
* Sat Dec 27 2014
  - update to version 5.27
    Here comes the traditional x-mas release!
    BlueZ 5.27 consists mostly of bug fixes to areas such as GATT
    and mgmt (the interface through which bluetoothd talks to the
    kernel). The emulation framework has also received many new
    features, paving the way for more extensive test automation.
* Sun Dec 14 2014
  - update to version 5.26
    This release is for the most part a bug-fix release with fixes in
    A2DP and OBEX related functionality, but there’s also an added
    features for get/set reports for HID over GATT as well as
    Phonebook Access Profile 1.2 support
    The Bluetooth 4.2 specification went public in early December and
    BlueZ 5.26 is the first release with support for its features.
    Perhaps the most notable one of these is Low Energy Secure
    Connections which will require a 3.19 or newer kernel. This
    feature brings LE pairing to the same level of security as it has
    been for BR/EDR. LE SC also brings along with it so-called
    cross-transport pairing, which means that you only need to pair
    once over LE or BR/EDR to get the necessary keys for both
    transports between two dual-mode devices.
* Mon Nov 10 2014
  - update to version 5.25
    This release contains various improvements to MAP and PBAP
    support. There are also various GATT related fixes. We’ve also
    got a fix for a race condition which could occasionally cause LE
    connection/pairing failures. The fix will work for kernels from
    3.13 onward (for older kernels a proper fix isn’t really feasible).
  - packaging: remove obsolete README.SUSE and README.packagers



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