Bug#475399: partman-crypto: fails to configure multiple encrypted devices
On Mon, Apr 14, 2008 at 10:16:35AM +0200, Jérémy Bobbio wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 14, 2008 at 12:11:48AM +0200, Max Vozeler wrote:
> > On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 03:58:55PM +0200, Frans Pop wrote:
> > > The first volumes were loop-aes with random key. The last one was with gnupg
> > > key file. While configuring the last, partman and the debconf frontend
> > > crashed.
> > That crash is caused by an API and ABI change in cdebconf 0.129:
> > -char *question_get_field(const struct question *q, const char *lang,
> > +char *question_get_raw_field(const struct question *q, const char *lang,
> > const char *field);
> > +char *question_get_field(struct frontend *obj, const struct question *q,
> > + const char *lang, const char *field);
> > Currently cdebconf-entropy (or any other plugin) crashes
> > cdebconf when it tries to use this function.
> Damn. I should really have thought about this, and I apologies. :(
No bad feelings - such things happen! Especially since we
have no clear boundary between an cdebconf-internal API and
something like a "plugin module API".
> > We'll need to adapt plugins and rebuild them.
> > Unfortunately I have a very busy work week ahead of me and
> > won't be able to do anything about it before next weekend.
> > Jérémy, could you maybe have a look?
> > This situation is further complicated by missing strutl.h in
> > libdebconfclient0-dev 0.129, which currently prevents plugins
> > from building against that version.
> I'd like to fix this today, and upload the recent changes in
> cdebconf-entropy at the same time, if you feel fine with it.
That's fine with me - thanks.