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Bug#848972: console-setup-linux: Datei /tmp/tmpkbd.BRzn8j kann nicht geöffnet werden

Package: console-setup-linux
Version: 1.154
Severity: normal

For quite some time I get the above error message in my logs at every
reboot (translated it says: File /tmp/tmpkbd.BRzn8j cannot be opened).

It appears to be a partly stable random name.

A few days after installation (~ June) it was:
Jun 11 11:43:58 samd keyboard-setup.sh[185]: Datei /tmp/tmpkbd.8qI6qr kann nicht geöffnet werden.

Then it disappeared until Oct 29, when it became
Oct 29 11:50:52 samd keyboard-setup.sh[368]: Datei /tmp/tmpkbd.eRnip8 kann nicht geöffnet werden.

It remained this way until Nov. 19th, when it disappeared,
and it reappaered on Nov. 29th as
Nov 29 20:17:34 samd keyboard-setup.sh[308]: Datei /tmp/tmpkbd.BRzn8j kann nicht geöffnet werden.

Its been present on any system boot since then.

In /var/log/apt/history.*.log I see the following changes:
Oct. 28th:
console-setup-linux:amd64 (1.151, 1.152)
Nov. 19th: 
console-setup-linux:amd64 (1.152, 1.153)
Nov. 28th:
console-setup-linux:amd64 (1.153, 1.154)

So these (dis)appearance coincide with new versions of console-setup.

I haven't noticed anything strange with the keyboard, neither in X nor
on the (heavily used) text consoles.

-- System Information:
Debian Release: stretch/sid
  APT prefers testing
  APT policy: (500, 'testing')
Architecture: amd64 (x86_64)

Locale: LANG=de_DE.UTF-8, LC_CTYPE=de_DE.UTF-8 (charmap=UTF-8) (ignored: LC_ALL set to de_DE.UTF-8)
Shell: /bin/sh linked to /bin/dash
Init: systemd (via /run/systemd/system)

Versions of packages console-setup-linux depends on:
ii  init-system-helpers     1.46
ii  initscripts             2.88dsf-59.8
ii  kbd                     2.0.3-2
ii  keyboard-configuration  1.154

console-setup-linux recommends no packages.

Versions of packages console-setup-linux suggests:
ii  console-setup  1.154

Versions of packages keyboard-configuration depends on:
ii  debconf                 1.5.59
ii  liblocale-gettext-perl  1.07-3+b1

Versions of packages console-setup depends on:
ii  debconf                 1.5.59
ii  keyboard-configuration  1.154
ii  xkb-data                2.18-1

Versions of packages console-setup suggests:
ii  locales   2.24-8
ii  lsb-base  9.20161125

Versions of packages console-setup-linux is related to:
pn  console-common        <none>
pn  console-data          <none>
pn  console-tools         <none>
pn  gnome-control-center  <none>
ii  kbd                   2.0.3-2
ii  systemd               232-7

-- debconf information:
  console-setup/codesetcode: Lat15
  keyboard-configuration/unsupported_config_options: true
* keyboard-configuration/other:
* keyboard-configuration/variantcode:
* keyboard-configuration/optionscode: terminate:ctrl_alt_bksp
* keyboard-configuration/layoutcode: de
* keyboard-configuration/xkb-keymap: de
  keyboard-configuration/unsupported_config_layout: true
  keyboard-configuration/unsupported_layout: true
* keyboard-configuration/switch: No temporary switch
* console-setup/fontface47: Terminus
* keyboard-configuration/store_defaults_in_debconf_db: true
* keyboard-configuration/model: Generische PC-Tastatur mit 105 Tasten (Intl)
* console-setup/charmap47: UTF-8
* keyboard-configuration/altgr: The default for the keyboard layout
* keyboard-configuration/modelcode: pc105
* keyboard-configuration/compose: No compose key
* keyboard-configuration/toggle: No toggling
  console-setup/fontsize-text47: 8x16
  keyboard-configuration/unsupported_options: true
* keyboard-configuration/ctrl_alt_bksp: true
* keyboard-configuration/variant: Deutsch
  console-setup/fontsize: 8x16
  console-setup/store_defaults_in_debconf_db: true
* console-setup/codeset47: # Latin1 and Latin5 - western Europe and Turkic languages
* console-setup/fontsize-fb47: 8x16
* keyboard-configuration/layout:

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