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Name: bolt Distribution: openSUSE Step 15
Version: 0.9.1 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.2 Build date: Tue Jan 11 08:43:55 2022
Group: System/Daemons Build host: obs-arm-5
Size: 333266 Source RPM: bolt-0.9.1-1.2.src.rpm
Summary: Thunderbolt 3 device manager
Userspace system daemon to enable security levels for Thunderbolt 3
on GNU/Linux.






* Tue Sep 28 2021
  - Need in SLE
    * Support for working with adapters without ROMs is needed
* Wed Jun 02 2021
  - Update to 0.9.1
    * Support Ice Lake Thunderbolt 3 i/o subsystem
    * Don't store domains where uuids change across reboots
    * Fixes for the journal and the domain's acl-log
    * Version the store and use that to clean up stale domains once
    * Host identification for embedded thunderbolt controllers [!233]
    * Various other small bug fixes and memory leak fixes.
* Tue Jun 16 2020
  - Update to 0.9
    * New Features:
    - Add 'Generation' attribute for the Manager
    - Ability to change the policy of a stored device
    - The BootACL Domain property is now writable
    - Support for systemd's service watchdog
    - Expose Link Speed sysfs attributes
    * Improvements:
    - boltclt: show timestamps in 'monitor' call
    - Persist the host device
    * Bug fixes:
    - Plug small memory leaks in error conditions
    - Ignore spurious wakeup device uevents for probing
    - Preserve keystate when updating devices
* Tue Dec 24 2019
  - BuildRequire pkgconfig(udev) instead of udev: allow OBS to
    shortcut though the -mini flavors (complete previos change).
* Thu Dec 19 2019
  - BuildRequire pkgconfig(libudev) instead of libudev-devel:
    Allow OBS to shortcut through the -mini flavors.
* Sun Jun 16 2019
  - Update to 0.8
    * New Features:
    - IOMMU support: adapt behavior iommu support is present and active
    * automatically enroll new devices with the new iommu policy when iommu is active
    * automatically authorize devices with the iommu policy if iommu is active
    - boltctl config command to describe, get and set global, device and domain properties.
    - Chain authorization and enrollment via boltctl {enroll, authorize} --chain
    - bolt-mock script for interactively testing boltd
    * Improvements:
    - Automatically import devices that were authorized at boot
    - Make tests installable
    - Profiling support via gprof
    * Bug fixes:
    - Better handling of random data generation, removed hardening_for_RNG_code.patch
    - Fix double free in case of client creation failure
    - Fix invalid format string in warning
    - dbus configuration moved /usr/share
* Fri Feb 22 2019
  - Move polkit rules file to into doc folder. The 'wheel' group has no special
    privileges and the file did not have any effect. (boo#1125425)
* Mon Jan 07 2019
  - use meson macros during build
* Mon Jan 07 2019
  - Update to 0.7
    * Features:
    - announce status to systemd via sd_notify (using a simple custom implementation)
    * Bug fixes:
    - properly update global security level status
    - adapt to systemd 240 not sending bind/unbind uevents
    - fix compilation on musl
    - daemon: use g_unix_signal_sourceā€¦ to catch signals
    * Improvements
    - precondition checks cleanup and completion
    - error cleanup
    - fix some leaks and issues uncovered by coverity
* Fri Jan 04 2019
  - security review: add RNG hardening patch (boo#1119975):
* Mon Dec 10 2018
  Update to 0.6
  - New Features:
    * pre-boot access control list, aka. BootACL support
    - domains objects are now persistent
    * new Uid (dbus) / uid (object) property derived from the uuid of the device representing the root switch
    * sysfs and id attribute will be set/unset on connects and disconnects
    * domains are now stored in the boltd database
    - domains got the BootACL (dbus) / bootacl (object) property
    * uuids can be added, removed or set in batch
    * when domain is online: changes are written to the sysfs boot_acl attribute directly
    * when domain is offline: changes are written to a journal and then reapplied in order when the domain is connected
    - newly enrolled devices get added to all bootacls of all domains if the policy is BOLT_POLICY_AUTO
    - removed devices get deleted from all bootacls of all domains
    - boltacl domain command will show the bootacl slots and their content
    * boltctl gained the -U, --uuid option, to control how uuids are printed
  - Improvements and fixes:
    * Testing
    - boltctl is now included in the tests
    * Bugs and robustness:
    - The device state is verified in Device.Authorize
    - Handle empty 'keys' sysfs device attribute
    - Properly adjust policies when enrolling already authorized devices
    - Fix potential crasher when logging assertions g_return_if_fail



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