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Bug#739989: marked as done (debian-installer-utils: log-output change breaks speech synthesis)

Your message dated Sat, 23 Aug 2014 01:05:51 +0200
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and subject line Re: espeak: build proper library udeb so that espeakup doesn't have to be statically linked and hence break on upstream version changes
has caused the Debian Bug report #739989,
regarding debian-installer-utils: log-output change breaks speech synthesis
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Source: debian-installer-utils
Version: 1.103
Severity: serious
Tags: d-i
Justification: breaks speech synthesis

Hi Colin,

the change below breaks speech synthesis, as reported here:

and suspected here:

I've checked that building d-i against testing udebs lets me reproduced
this issue, and that adding d-i-utils' binaries to localudebs after
having reverted this change fixes speech synthesis.

commit 9c6685364a56697ea9c590e1bc93a73ade88b679
Author: Colin Watson <cjwatson@debian.org>
Date:   Fri Feb 7 17:07:46 2014 +0000

    log-output: Always install a no-op SIGCHLD handler
    This copes with the case where the subsidiary process starts a daemon which
    does not fully disconnect its standard file descriptors (LP: #1021293).
    See also the changelog for 1.46.


Can you please have a look? Worst case I could revert and upload with
urgency=high (the package is in testing now), but having a proper fix
would be nice if it's only a matter of days.


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This was discussed on debian-boot, and it seemed easier to track the
needed rebuild than introducing yet more udebs.  Tracking is easy now
that the precise versions as tightly expressed in the espeakup-udeb
package, and that we have an uninstallability tracker.


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