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Bug#343338: marked as done (discover-modprobe does not work on amd64)

Your message dated Mon, 29 Mar 2010 12:19:50 +0200
with message-id <19376.32454.404141.188972@suenner.informatik.uni-koeln.de>
and subject line fixed
has caused the Debian Bug report #343338,
regarding discover-modprobe does not work on amd64
to be marked as done.

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Package: discover
Version: 2.0.7-2.1
Severity: normal

Debian Release: 3.1
Architecture: amd64

Kernel: Linux 2.6.8-11-amd64-k8-smp #1 SMP Wed Jun 1 00:01:27 CEST 2005 x86_64 GNU/Linux

Versions of packages discover depends on:
ii  libdiscover2                  2.0.7-2.1  hardware identification library

When running discover-modprobe on amd64, no modules will be loaded.
Here's the debug output:

suenner:~# sh -x /sbin/discover-modprobe 
+ sysconfdir=/etc
+ localstatedir=/var
+ discover=discover
+ '[' -x /usr/bin/discover-config ']'
++ discover-config --sysconfdir
+ sysconfdir=/etc
++ discover-config --localstatedir
+ localstatedir=/var
+ '[' -x /sbin/discover ']'
+ discover=/sbin/discover
+ conf=/etc/discover-modprobe.conf
+ crashdir=/var/lib/discover
+ crashfile=/var/lib/discover/crash
+ . /etc/discover-modprobe.conf
++ types=all
+ '[' -d /var/lib/discover ']'
+ nop=
+ verbose=false
+ getopts nv ch
+ shift 0
+ false
+++ uname -r
++ grep -E -v '^ *$'
++ /sbin/discover --data-path=linux/module/name --data-path=linux/module/options '--format=%s %s' --data-version=2.6.8-11-amd64-k8-smp all
+ module_details=
+ module_details_uniq=
+ module_details=
+ false
+ '[' -f /var/lib/discover/crash ']'
+ exit 0

The call of /sbin/discover ..... does not echo any modules. When
omitting the "all" string at the end of line and calling the same
command without it, everything works fine.

This bug may be important or serious, since without hardware
detection, the system may not boot up.

regards Thomas

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This bug can be closed, since it's fixed in lenny. I've tested it
successfully using discover 2.1.2-3 and kernel 2.6.26-2-amd64.
regards Thomas

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