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From: Chris Lawrence <quango@watervalley.net>
Subject: mkhybrid: seg faults with HFS options on Debian 2.1 archive
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Package: mkhybrid
Version: 1.12a4.7-3
Cc: debian-cd@lists.debian.org
Severity: important

mkhybrid causes a segmentation fault when run on a mirror of the Debian 2.1
arhive with any of the options that force creation of the HFS volume
information.  This affects making the m68k slink CDs, which require the HFS
information to be usable on Macs (without the HFS information, the install
process can't be started without using non-free tools under MacOS).

-- System Information
Debian Release: 2.1
Kernel Version: Linux localhost 2.2.0 #9 Sat Jan 30 12:57:15 CST 1999 i486 unknown

Versions of the packages mkhybrid depends on:
ii  libc6  GNU Libc: shared libraries

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