Bug#201780: install: build fails due to segfault of bdftobogl
Version: unavailable; reported 2003-07-17
A make build fails here on i386 with:
# Need to use an UTF-8 based locale to get reduce-font working.
# Any will do. en_IN seem fine and was used by boot-floppies
# reduce-font is part of package libbogl-dev
# unifont.bdf is part of package bf-utf-source
# The locale must be generated after installing the package locales
LC_ALL=en_IN.UTF-8 reduce-font /usr/src/unifont.bdf < all-cdrom.utf >
FYI: MB_CUR_MAX/MB_LEN_MAX: 6/16
/usr/src/unifont.bdf: No such file or directory
# bdftobogl is part of package libbogl-dev
bdftobogl -b unifont-reduced-cdrom.bdf > tmp/cdrom/tree/unifont.bgf
make: *** [tmp/cdrom/tree/unifont.bgf] Fehler 139
Running the offending line manually shows that bdftobogl segfaults. I
don't know if bdftobogl is broken, or perhaps the inputfile is
malformed. Assigned the package to installer for investigation by people
who are familiar with that stuff.
Severity is set to normal, because a second run of make build succeeds.
-- System Information:
Debian Release: testing/unstable
Kernel: Linux coyote 2.4.20 #1 Fri Jun 13 19:12:09 CEST 2003 i686
Locale: LANG=de_DE@euro, LC_CTYPE=de_DE@euro