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Bug#213291: marked as done (partconf-mkfstab: Creates incorrect fstab entries)

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Package:  partconf-mkfstab
Version:  0.06
Severity: important

After running /var/lib/dpkg/info/partconf-mkfstab.postinst, the
content of /target/etc/fstab is not quite correct.  This is the entry
for /proc/:

  /dev/sda1  /proc  proc  defaults  0 2

The device is bogus, and the backup pass value should be 0, not 2.

The entries for /floppy and /cdrom also uses backup pass value 2, but
should use 0 as well.

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The bug is fixed with a new upload, I just forgot to add myself to

>From the changelog:
- Use proc as the device for the proc filesystem and fix the pass
  values. (Closes: #213291)
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