Re: Bug#7584: sysklogd: Strange output on boot
In article <m0vygFQ-00014QC@lina.inka.de> you write:
>I get the following messages on system boot:
># /etc/rc2.d/S10sysklogd: line 40: 125 Interrupt start-stop-daemon
>--start --verbose --exec /sbin/syslogd -- $SYSLOGD
>which looks rather strange to me :) Is this the bash bug:
>bash 2.0-2 ?
Looks like it; it's certainly the same behaviour I got when starting
up Debian's sysvinit on a system where /bin/sh was ksh.
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