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Source code changes of the file "letsencrypt-auto-source/Dockerfile.wheezy" between
certbot-0.30.2.tar.gz and certbot-0.31.0.tar.gz

About: Certbot is EFF’s tool to obtain certs from Let’s Encrypt, and optionally auto-enable HTTPS on your server. It can also act as a client for any other CA that uses the ACME protocol.

Dockerfile.wheezy  (certbot-0.30.2):Dockerfile.wheezy  (certbot-0.31.0)
# For running tests, build a docker image with a passwordless sudo and a trust # For running tests, build a docker image with a passwordless sudo and a trust
# store we can manipulate. # store we can manipulate.
FROM debian:wheezy FROM ubuntu:xenial
# Add an unprivileged user: # Add an unprivileged user:
RUN useradd --create-home --home-dir /home/lea --shell /bin/bash --groups sudo - -uid 1000 lea RUN useradd --create-home --home-dir /home/lea --shell /bin/bash --groups sudo - -uid 1000 lea
# Install pip, sudo, and openssl: # Install pip, sudo, and openssl:
RUN apt-get update && \ RUN apt-get update && \
apt-get -q -y install python-pip sudo openssl && \ apt-get -q -y install python-pip sudo openssl && \
apt-get clean apt-get clean
# Use pipstrap to update to a stable and tested version of pip # Use pipstrap to update to a stable and tested version of pip
COPY ./pieces/pipstrap.py /opt COPY ./pieces/pipstrap.py /opt
RUN /opt/pipstrap.py RUN /opt/pipstrap.py
# Pin pytest version for increased stability # Pin pytest version for increased stability
RUN pip install pytest==3.2.5 six==1.10.0 RUN pip install pytest==3.2.5 six==1.10.0
# Let that user sudo: # Let that user sudo:
RUN sed -i.bkp -e \ RUN sed -i.bkp -e \
's/%sudo\s\+ALL=(ALL\(:ALL\)\?)\s\+ALL/%sudo ALL=NOPASSWD:ALL/g' \ 's/%sudo\s\+ALL=(ALL\(:ALL\)\?)\s\+ALL/%sudo ALL=NOPASSWD:ALL/g' \
/etc/sudoers /etc/sudoers
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