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Bug#100351: marked as done (spurious message while installing base)

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Package: boot-floppies
Version: N/A; reported 2001-06-09
Severity: minor
Tags: woody

I'm using current cvs boot floppies built on unstable, installing woody.

While installing the base system via debootstrap the following message comes up
on the concole:

PAM_unix[6120]: (su) session openned for user man by (uid=0)

It was during the 'Installing base packages section' (that is, not the required
packages).  I didn't see any harm done by this error, this is just cosmetic. 

I think the culprit it the man-db postinst where it does:
nice su man -c 'mandb -c 2>/dev/null >/dev/null' &

It isn't clear to me how to make the message go away.


-- System Information
Debian Release: testing/unstable
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux meow 2.4.4 #1 Thu May 31 11:41:44 PDT 2001 i686

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The package which was causing this message, man-db, has since been
fixed to use something besides su so that this message is no
longer seen.


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