Release Notes for Guestfs Tools 1.48
These are the release notes for guestfs tools stable release 1.48. This describes the major changes since 1.46.
Guestfs tools 1.48.0 was released on 14 March 2022.
fedora-35 fedora-35 (aarch64) (Lars Kaiser, Stef Walter).
New fedora-34 (armv7l) template is built to use UEFI.
The yescrypt password hashing method is now supported (Björn Esser).
msdos operating systems / Linux distros (Laszlo Ersek).
Inspection of LUKS encrypted filesystems placed directly on logical volumes is now supported, but you will need libguestfs ≥ 1.48 (Laszlo Ersek).
Add a new default operation called
net-nmconn which removes NetworkManager connection profiles (Laszlo Ersek).
virt-win-reg --version now prints both the version of guestfs tools and the libguestfs library that it is linked with.
All OCaml tools now suppress line wrapping when output is redirected to a file (to make it easier to parse logs with external programs). There is a new --wrap option which can be used to reenable line wrapping to files if needed (Laszlo Ersek).
Multiple fixes to make it easier to build against either the system installed libguestfs or a locally built libguestfs (Laszlo Ersek).
Fix multiple OCaml warnings. Remove some deprecated OCaml features. We now require OCaml ≥ 4.04.
Multiple fixes to valgrind support for glibc 2.35, OCaml 4.13 and libvirt 7.7.
make check-valgrind should now work.
On_exit module (from libguestfs-common) is used instead of custom on-exit and signal handling.
virt-install armv7 guest on aarch64 host doesn't work, no LPAE support and no PCI devices
RFE: virt-inspector fails to detect the distro and applications on Kylin-Desktop-V10 image
virt-sysprep doesn't cleanup NetworkManager connection files
The version is incorrect when running 'virt-win-reg --version'
Log lines wrapping make log parsing difficult
Virt-v2v can't convert guest using LUKS-on-LV
Armv7 guest fails to boot with qemu-3.0.0-1
Richard W.M. Jones
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