Re: Bug report: module-init-tools: depends upon sort and uniq, which are located in /usr
I tried to report it using reportbug, but it ended in Debian's official
BTS as #423662 (so maybe this is another bug to report) and was almost
instantly closed. Feel free to point me to the right place to report.
Ohh, you just discovered bug in a package, that have compeletely different
content compared to Linux one (and is from different source package).
There is a small number of such kfreebsd specific packages,
this one belongs to them.
Here is the report as generated by reportbug:
The initscript module-init-tools uses /usr/bin/sort and /usr/bin/uniq
while /usr may not yet be mounted. Worst, it is the default with the
As a workaround, just drop "| sort | uniq" from the initscript.
In the worst case, it will show confusing
"Not loading xxx (already loaded)".
Proper fix would be write "sort -u" using only /bin a /sbin binaries.
Any volunteer ? ;-)