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Bug#856630: Creates empty /etc/default/rcS

Hi Phil

Am 03.03.2017 um 16:28 schrieb Philip Hands:
> Michael Biebl <biebl@debian.org> writes:
>> Package: installation-reports
>> Severity: normal
>> I've installed a Stretch system using the rc2 installer.
>> After a successful installation I had an empty /etc/default/rcS.
>> Since initscripts (which owns that file) is no longer essential and
>> installed by default, I guess there is a component in the installer
>> which doesn't deal with that properly and instead of doing nothing if
>> the file does not exist, it creates an empty one.
> Well, a quick grep of the d-i source reveals that we mention rcS in:
>   clock-setup/finish-install.d/10clock-setup
> and
>   flash-kernel/debian/flash-kernel-installer.postinst.in
> and that in both cases, each mention is guarded by first checking for
> the existence of the file.

This issue has already been dealt with in clock-setup.git. See the
merged bug report.


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