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libseccomp2-32bit-2.5.4-2.5 RPM for ppc64

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Name: libseccomp2-32bit Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 2.5.4 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 2.5 Build date: Sat Sep 3 00:42:17 2022
Group: System/Libraries Build host: obs-power9-07
Size: 198115 Source RPM: libseccomp-2.5.4-2.5.src.rpm
Packager: http://bugs.opensuse.org
Url: https://github.com/seccomp/libseccomp
Summary: An enhanced Seccomp (mode 2) helper library
The libseccomp library provides an interface to the Linux Kernel's
syscall filtering mechanism, seccomp. The libseccomp API abstracts
away the underlying BPF-based syscall filter language and presents a
more conventional function-call based filtering interface.

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License

LGPL-2.1-only

Changelog

* Fri Jul 01 2022 Marcus Rueckert <mrueckert@suse.de>
  - fix build of python3 bindings so that the debug* package names do
    not overlay with the main package
* Wed Jun 29 2022 Robert Frohl <rfrohl@suse.com>
  - Use multibuild to get python3 support back
* Sat Apr 30 2022 Jan Engelhardt <jengelh@inai.de>
  - Deactive python3 by default, it's just not a good idea for ring0.
* Thu Apr 21 2022 Jan Engelhardt <jengelh@inai.de>
  - Update to release 2.5.4
    * Update the syscall table for Linux v5.17.
    * Fix minor issues with binary tree testing and with empty
      binary trees.
    * Minor documentation improvements including retiring the
      mailing list.
* Mon Jan 17 2022 Marcus Meissner <meissner@suse.com>
  - buildrequire python-rpm-macros
* Thu Dec 02 2021 Marcus Rueckert <mrueckert@suse.de>
  - reenable python bindings at least for the distro default python3
    package:
    - adds make-python-build.patch
* Sun Nov 07 2021 Jan Engelhardt <jengelh@inai.de>
  - Update to release 2.5.3
    * Update the syscall table for Linux v5.15
    * Fix issues with multiplexed syscalls on mipsel introduced in v2.5.2
    * Document that seccomp_rule_add() may return -EACCES
* Mon Sep 13 2021 Andreas Schwab <schwab@suse.de>
  - Skip 11-basic-basic_errors test on qemu linux-user emulation
* Wed Sep 01 2021 Jan Engelhardt <jengelh@inai.de>
  - Update to release 2.5.2
    * Update the syscall table for Linux v5.14-rc7
    * Add a function, get_notify_fd(), to the Python bindings to
      get the nofication file descriptor.
    * Consolidate multiplexed syscall handling for all
      architectures into one location.
    * Add multiplexed syscall support to PPC and MIPS
    * The meaning of SECCOMP_IOCTL_NOTIF_ID_VALID changed within
      the kernel. libseccomp's fd notification logic was modified
      to support the kernel's previous and new usage of
      SECCOMP_IOCTL_NOTIF_ID_VALID.
* Sat Nov 21 2020 Dirk Mueller <dmueller@suse.com>
  - update to 2.5.1:
    * Fix a bug where seccomp_load() could only be called once
    * Change the notification fd handling to only request a notification fd if
    * the filter has a _NOTIFY action
    * Add documentation about SCMP_ACT_NOTIFY to the seccomp_add_rule(3) manpage
    * Clarify the maintainers' GPG keys
  - remove testsuite-riscv64-missing-syscalls.patch
* Wed Sep 09 2020 Dominique Leuenberger <dimstar@opensuse.org>
  - Do not rely on gperf: pass GPERF=/bin/true to configure and
    remove gperf BuildRequires. The syscalls.perf file it would
    generate is part of the tarball already.
* Tue Sep 08 2020 Andreas Schwab <schwab@suse.de>
  - testsuite-riscv64-missing-syscalls.patch: Fix testsuite failure on
    riscv64
  - Ignore failure of tests/52-basic-load on qemu linux-user emulation
* Tue Sep 08 2020 Ralf Haferkamp <rhafer@suse.com>
  - Update to release 2.5.0
    * Add support for the seccomp user notifications, see the
      seccomp_notify_alloc(3), seccomp_notify_receive(3),
      seccomp_notify_respond(3) manpages for more information
    * Add support for new filter optimization approaches, including a balanced
      tree optimization, see the SCMP_FLTATR_CTL_OPTIMIZE filter attribute for
      more information
    * Add support for the 64-bit RISC-V architecture
    * Performance improvements when adding new rules to a filter thanks to the
      use of internal shadow transactions and improved syscall lookup tables
    * Properly document the libseccomp API return values and include them in the
      stable API promise
    * Improvements to the s390 and s390x multiplexed syscall handling
    * Multiple fixes and improvements to the libseccomp manpages
    * Moved from manually maintained syscall tables to an automatically generated
      syscall table in CSV format
    * Update the syscall tables to Linux v5.8.0-rc5
    * Python bindings and build now default to Python 3.x
    * Improvements to the tests have boosted code coverage to over 93%
  - libseccomp.keyring: replaced by Paul Moore <pmoore@redhat.com> key.
* Fri Jun 05 2020 Jan Engelhardt <jengelh@inai.de>
  - Update to release 2.4.3
    * Add list of authorized release signatures to README.md
    * Fix multiplexing issue with s390/s390x shm* syscalls
    * Remove the static flag from libseccomp tools compilation
    * Add define for __SNR_ppoll
    * Fix potential memory leak identified by clang in the
      scmp_bpf_sim tool
  - Drop no-static.diff, libseccomp-fix_aarch64-test.patch,
    SNR_ppoll.patch (merged)
* Mon Feb 17 2020 Tomáš Chvátal <tchvatal@suse.com>
  - Add patch to fix ntpsec and others build (accidental drop of symbols):
    * SNR_ppoll.patch
* Tue Jan 07 2020 Andreas Schwab <schwab@suse.de>
  - Tests are passing on all architectures
* Mon Jan 06 2020 Guillaume GARDET <guillaume.gardet@opensuse.org>
  - Backport patch to fix test on aarch64:
    * libseccomp-fix_aarch64-test.patch
* Thu Dec 19 2019 Jan Engelhardt <jengelh@inai.de>
  - Update to release 2.4.2
    * Add support for io-uring related system calls
* Wed Jul 24 2019 Michel Normand <normand@linux.vnet.ibm.com>
  - ignore make check error for ppc64/ppc64le, bypass boo#1142614
* Sun Jun 02 2019 Jan Engelhardt <jengelh@inai.de>
  - Update to new upstream release 2.4.1
    * Fix a BPF generation bug where the optimizer mistakenly
      identified duplicate BPF code blocks.
* Sun Mar 17 2019 Marcus Meissner <meissner@suse.com>
  - updated to 2.4.0 (bsc#1128828 CVE-2019-9893)
    - Update the syscall table for Linux v5.0-rc5
    - Added support for the SCMP_ACT_KILL_PROCESS action
    - Added support for the SCMP_ACT_LOG action and SCMP_FLTATR_CTL_LOG attribute
    - Added explicit 32-bit (SCMP_AX_32(...)) and 64-bit (SCMP_AX_64(...)) argument comparison macros to help protect against unexpected sign extension
    - Added support for the parisc and parisc64 architectures
    - Added the ability to query and set the libseccomp API level via seccomp_api_get(3) and seccomp_api_set(3)
    - Return -EDOM on an endian mismatch when adding an architecture to a filter
    - Renumber the pseudo syscall number for subpage_prot() so it no longer conflicts with spu_run()
    - Fix PFC generation when a syscall is prioritized, but no rule exists
    - Numerous fixes to the seccomp-bpf filter generation code
    - Switch our internal hashing function to jhash/Lookup3 to MurmurHash3
    - Numerous tests added to the included test suite, coverage now at ~92%
    - Update our Travis CI configuration to use Ubuntu 16.04
    - Numerous documentation fixes and updates
  - now gpg signed, added key of Paul Moore from keyserver.
* Mon Jan 14 2019 kukuk@suse.de
  - Use %license instead of %doc [bsc#1082318]

Files

/usr/lib/libseccomp.so.2
/usr/lib/libseccomp.so.2.5.4


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