Re: Failing postinst script with suidmanager
Christoph Lameter <email@example.com> writes:
> The set -e just sets up the script to abort in case of an error. One of
> the statements in that script must cause the error and the abort. Maybe
> others have more ideas how to approach this....
To find out which command is causing the error, try one of the
1) Change the `set -e' to `set -e -x'.
2) Use /usr/bin/zsh instead (in the #! line) and add the following
lines before the set -e:
emulate -R sh
bash doesn't seem to be able to do this.
3) Type `echo $?' after pasting each command into the xterm, or run
zsh in the xterm and use the commands above.
Carey Evans <*> firstname.lastname@example.org
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