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gptfdisk-fixparts-1.0.8-1.1 RPM for armv7hl

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Name: gptfdisk-fixparts Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 1.0.8 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.1 Build date: Mon Jun 14 23:15:56 2021
Group: System/Base Build host: obs-arm-5
Size: 55460 Source RPM: gptfdisk-1.0.8-1.1.src.rpm
Summary: A tool for repairing certain types of damage to MBR disks
A program that corrects errors that can creep into MBR-partitioned
disks. Removes stray GPT data, fixes mis-sized extended partitions,
and enables changing primary vs. logical partition status. Also
provides a few additional partition manipulation features.






* Thu Jun 10 2021 Paolo Stivanin <>
  - Update to 1.0.8
    * Fixed double byte swap operation on writes of partition name data on
      big-endian systems; this is in addition to the double byte swap fix on
      reading partition label data fixed in 1.0.7. (Thanks to Erik Larsson for
      both fixes.)
    * Added feature to gdisk and sgdisk to enable swapping the byte order of
      partition names, so as to correct disks already affected by the preceding
      bug. This option is 'b' on the experts' menu in gdisk and
    - b/--byte-swap-name in sgdisk. This seems advanced/obscure enough that I
      don't want to clutter cgdisk's menu with this option, so I haven't added
      it there.
    * Added type code for the Barebox boot loader (0xbb00;
    * Fixed bug that caused spurious warnings about the partition table
      header claiming an invalid size of partition entries when reading
      some MBR disks.
    * Added ARM64 as an architecture for the Mac builds of gdisk and fixparts.
      The official GPT fdisk binaries of these files for macOS are now
      "universal" x86-64/ARM64 binaries, so they will run natively on the new M1
      (ARM64) Macs. The sgdisk and cgdisk binaries, though, remain built only
      for x86-64, because they rely on libraries that are not easily built in
      "universal" form.
    * Fixed double byte swap operation on partition label data on big-endian
      CPUs. This resulted in partition names becoming gibberish on such CPUs.
    * Added three new type codes:
    - 0x0701 - Microsoft Storage Replica
    - 0x0702 - ArcaOS Type 1
    - 0x8401 - Storage Performance Development Kit (SPDK) block device
  - Drop fix-spurious-warnings.patch
* Tue Feb 16 2021 Manfred Schwarb <>
  - fix regression from version 1.0.6: misleading warning when reading MBR disks,
      upstream commit f063fe08e424c99f133df18bf9dce49c851bcb0a
  - Add fix-spurious-warnings.patch
* Tue Feb 09 2021 John Paul Adrian Glaubitz <>
  - Update to 1.0.6
    * Fixed bug that could cause segfault if GPT header claimed partition
      entries are oversized. See:
    * Fixed bug that could cause a crash if a badly-formatted MBR disk was
      read. See:
    * Renamed the partition type "Freedesktop $BOOT" to "XBOOTLDR partition".
    * Added several more Freedesktop partition table type codes (0x8312 through
    * Fixed type code definition in that prevented 32-bit builds
      from correctly handling disks over 4 TiB in size.
    * Minor tweaks to get the software to compile on FreeBSD; that seems to have
      fallen into disrepair.
* Fri Sep 04 2020 Jan Engelhardt <>
  - Remove old specfile constructs.
* Tue May 26 2020 John Paul Adrian Glaubitz <>
  - Update to 1.0.5
    * Changed number of columns in type code output ("sgdisk -L"
      and equivalents in gdisk and cgdisk) from 3 to 2, since some
      descriptions are long enough that they are ambiguous with
      three columns.
    * You can now put the 0xEE partition last in a hybrid MBR using
      sgdisk. (Previously, this was possible with gdisk but not
      with sgdisk.) See the sgdisk man page for details.
    * Added numerous type codes for Container Linux, Veracrypt, and's Discoverable Partitions Specification
    * Partition type name searches are now case-insensitive.
    * It is now possible to quit out of partition type name
      searches by typing "q".
    * When changing a partition type code, the default is now the
      current type code, not a platform-specific type code.
* Wed Oct 24 2018
  - Update to 1.0.4
    * 74 new type codes added
    * Search/filter function to the type code list
    * GPT fdisk now reports more details about data structures
    * Misc bug fixes
* Mon Mar 26 2018
  - Use %license instead of %doc [bsc#1082318]
* Mon Oct 26 2015
  - Update to new upstream release 1.0.1
    * new type codes
    * bug fixes
    * changes to the OS X build for OS X 10.11 ("El Capitan")
* Fri Mar 27 2015
  - Update to new upstream release 1.0.0
    * Added partition type for Windows Storage Spaces, Ceph,
      and Discoverable Linux Partitions.
    * Added -O/--print-mbr option to sgdisk
* Sun Mar 08 2015
  - Remove old RPM tags for pre-12.x openSUSE.
    Remove duplicated documentation.
* Tue Mar 04 2014
  - Update to new upstream release 0.8.10
    * Bug fix of previous version: The hybrid MBR creation code in
    gdisk would ignore the second and third partitions to be
    * Fix bug that could cause incorrect partition end points to be
    set on hybridized partitions that spanned the 2^32-sector mark
    on disks.
    * Finally, this version enables the use of 0 as a value for a
    partition number to the -A/--attributes, -c/--change-name,
    - t/--typecode, and -u/--partition-guid commands if an earlier
    - n/--new option created a new partition; in this case, 0 refers
    to that newly-created partition.
* Tue Feb 25 2014
  - Update to new upstream release 0.8.9
    * Three new type codes.
    * The verify (v) function now checks for MBR partitions (the 0xEE
    protective partitions or hybrid MBR partitions) that don't fit
    on the disk.
    * The GPT-destruction options (z in gdisk, -z and -Z in sgdisk)
    now wipe out the final few sectors on the disk rather than
    wherever the backup GPT data are recorded as being. This is done
    to prevent wiping out data mid-disk, which can otherwise happen
    if a RAID array is resized in certain ways and the GPT data are
    not moved prior to wiping the GPT data.
    * The FixParts program had developed a bug in which it complained
    that the 0xEE partition didn't begin on sector 1; this version
    fixes that bug.
    * Finally, this version removes the dependency on libicu for UTF-16
    support in partition names.
  - remove obsolete libicu dependency
* Wed Nov 13 2013
  - Update to new upstream release 0.8.8
    * Fixed bug that could cause segfault when passing an invalid
      partition number to sgdisk's -i/--info command.
    * Added new partition type codes.
    * Added a pause (with a prompt to hit <Enter>) to display more
      items gdisk and cgdisk. There's no such pause/prompt in sgdisk,
    * Fine-tuned verification ('v') check for 0xEE partition that
      doesn't begin on sector 1.
    * Fixed hybrid MBR creation on disks larger than 2TiB
    * Added check for an active/bootable 0xEE protective partition to
      the verify ('v') function.
* Mon Jul 29 2013
  - Update to new upstream release 0.8.7
    * Small improvements and bug fixes mark this revision.
    * Three new partition type codes have been added:'s proposed $BOOT partition (type code EA00),
      the Intel Rapid Start partition (code 8400),
      and for Haiku's BFS (code EB00).
    * Removed a stray debug message that appeared when reading MBR
    * The "converting MBR to GPT" message has been modified to
      clarify that changes are being held in memory.
    * The Mac version now works on /dev/rdisk* devices as well as
      /dev/disk* devices.
    * When used with /dev/rdisk* devices, the partition table can
      sometimes be re-read without rebooting or unplugging and
      re-inserting the disk.
    * Finally, cgdisk now supports a -a option, which works similarly
      to the -a option in cfdisk.
  - remove gptfdisk-0.8.5-fix-test-suite-short-opt-usage.patch, is
    upstream merged
* Wed Mar 27 2013
  - Added url as source.
    Please see
* Fri Jan 18 2013
  - Update to new upstream release 0.8.6
    * add type codes for a Sony System Partition and for VMWare ESX
    * new check in the verification code
    * support for building under Solaris.
    * fix Mac OS X build
    * fix the hybrid MBR creation support that could cause it to omit
      the 0xEE partition under some circumstances
    * fix a bug that could cause a crash when passing a partition
      number of 0 via the -t option.
* Fri Jan 18 2013
  - remove outdated (0.8.2) debian spec files from package sources
  - fix build for old suse and other distros
  - add gptfdisk-0.8.5-fix-test-suite-short-opt-usage.patch and
    enable test suite
  - change package group to System/Base (rpmlint fix)
* Fri Jun 22 2012
  - Update to new upstream release 0.8.5
    * sgdisk: fix bug that caused truncation of 2+ TiB partitions
      on 32-bit
    * added type codes for Midnight BSD
  - Rip out unused gdisk subpackage
* Sat Mar 17 2012
  - Add gptfdisk-gcc47.patch: Fix build with gcc 4.7.
* Sun Jan 22 2012
  - Created spec file for 0.8.2 release



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