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    • Konstantin Pavlov's avatar
      xenial: drop -updates because they bring in pain. · 6e98dd42
      Konstantin Pavlov authored
      Ubuntu 16.04 is not exactly the same thing as it was on the moment of
      launch.  The so-called HWE updates bring in tech stacks from newer
      releases - such as new kernel, or new xorg/mesa stack.  This also means
      that the bugs introduced in newer distributions are now seen in 16.04 as
      well - such as the infamous protobuf library bug where it can not be
      unloaded if loaded twice.
      
      To fix that, we need to make sure we're using only security-updated
      Ubuntu, and not to pull in any dependencies that depend on mir.
      6e98dd42
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