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Bug#282356: apt-setup doesn't to work anymore, produces mount help instead

martin f krafft wrote:
> Running apt-setup from the command line just gives me the mount
> --help output several times:
> root@sid:/# apt-setup
> Usage: mount -V                 : print version
>        mount -h                 : print this help
>        mount                    : list mounted filesystems
>        mount -l                 : idem, including volume labels
> [...]
> This is independent of any command line arguments given.

FWIW, I don't reproduce this on any of my 30 daily automated d-i
installs, which all went fine today.

apt-setup uses mount as follows:

                umount /cdrom 2>/dev/null || true

                        while ! mount $1 /cdrom -o ro -t iso9660

        if mount $CDDEV /cdrom -o ro -t iso9660 2>/dev/null && scan_cd; then

                        if mount $CDDEV /cdrom -o ro -t iso9660; then

I suggest you make it set -x and debug the problem on your machine.

see shy jo

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