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This update for util-linux fixes the following issues : - Consider redundant slashes when comparing paths (bsc#982331, util-linux-libmount-ignore-redundant-slashes.patch, affects backport of util-linux-libmount-cifs-is_mounted.patch). - Use upstream compatibility patches for --show-pt-geometry with obsolescence and deprecation warning (bsc#990531) - Replace cifs mount detection patch with upstream one that covers all cases (bsc#987176). - Reuse existing loop device to prevent possible data corruption when multiple -o loop are used to mount a single file (bsc#947494) - Safe loop re-use in libmount, mount and losetup (bsc#947494) - UPSTREAM DIVERGENCE!!! losetup -L continues to use SLE12 SP1 and SP2 specific meaning --logical-blocksize instead of upstream --nooverlap (bsc#966891). - Make release-dependent conflict with old sysvinit-tools SLE specific, as it is required only for SLE 11 upgrade, and breaks openSUSE staging builds (bsc#994399). - Extended partition loop in MBR partition table leads to DoS (bsc#988361, CVE-2016-5011) This update was imported from the SUSE:SLE-12-SP2:Update update project.