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Bug#382373: marked as done (labels are not preseeded)

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and subject line Bug#382373: labels are not preseeded
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Package: partman-crypto
Severity: minor

On creation of a regular ext3 filesystem, if I choose a predefined
mount point, the filesystem's label will also be set automatically
upon entering the options dialog. This is not the case when the
filesystem is on a crypto volume.

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Hi again,

On Fri, Aug 11, 2006 at 01:40:58PM +0200, Max Vozeler wrote:
> For some reason I can't get partman to automatically assign a 
> label at all, not for crypto and not for normal partitions either.
> I _think_ I remember that it used to do it, yet in my testing the
> label always remained at "none": For new ext2/ext3 on an existing
> partition, for ext2/ext3 on a newly created one and for guided
> partitioning, the label was never set automatically.

Just found out why: 

partman-basicfilesystems (47) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Colin Watson ]
  * Don't use the mountpoint as a default label (closes: #310754).

So this actually matches current behaviour in other parts of
partman. Since -crypto does no handling of labels itself, it should
automatically do the right thing once (if?) automatic assigning of
labels gets reintroduced in -basicfilesystems. Nothing for me to 
fix here ATM, so I'm closing the bug ;-)


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