Main Inclusion Report for xserver-xorg-video-amd
- Availability: The package is in Ubuntu universe, and builds for the architecture it is designed to work on.
- Rationale: The xserver-xorg-video-amd is required for several thin client terminal that are based on the AMD Geode chipset that is used in most LTSP-compatible products currently on the market. It is also used in the OLPC XO computer.
No CVE entries.
No Secunia history.
No entries at http://people.ubuntu.com/~pitti/ubuntu-cve/unfixed.html
- No executables are installed.
- Nothing installed to /etc/init.d/*. No daemon programs installed.
- Connects to X Server using standard X driver calls
- Does not open any ports other than to X server.
- - Reviewed all grepped instances of 'sock', 'serial', 'host', 'port', 'connect', 'open', 'stream', 'service'
- Quality assurance:
- Package works out of the box with no configuration required.
- Package does not ask any debconf questions
Debian bugs: none currently open.
Maintenance in Debian is handled by myself as well.
- Upstream is actively improving the package. The main developers are employed or contracted by AMD or the OLPC project and are working towards achieving a formal release.
- There are no long-term outstanding bugs which affect the usability of the program to a major degree.
- There are no known bugs.
- xserver-xorg-video-amd covers a class of hardware that is not yet covered by existing drivers and yet it is already commonplace on the market.
- Standards compliance: The package meets common packaging standards
- Debian Policy
- Debian library packaging guide standards.
- The source packaging uses standard debhelper build rules with CDBS.
- All dependencies are in main