UDisks & UPower Get Updated For The Holidays
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 18 December 2014 at 07:59 AM EST. Add A Comment
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Released this morning were new versions of UDisks and UPower.

The UDisks 2.1.4 release for managing/manipulating storage devices adds the Intel Fast Flash Standby partition GPT type, supports building against the libsystemd library, adds a man page for umount.udisks2, and has numerous other fixes and improvements.

The UDisks 2.1.4 release was tagged this morning by Ubuntu's Martin Pitt.

Meanwhile, Richard Hughes released UPower 0.99.2 this morning for the project still working toward UPower 1.0. The UPower 0.99.2 release is mostly about shipping bug fixes, bumping the Glib requirement to v2.34, and other maintenance work. Those details are via this commit.
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