Re: Bash 2.0 Problems
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On Mon, 3 Mar 1997, Brian C. White wrote:
> > > bash2.0 is fine for me. Been using it for a while, and everything
> > >works fine... except sysklogd which has already been fixed, what bash2.0
> > >is known to break?
> > Has the update-rc.d script been fixed yet?
> Okay, it sounds like the problems associated with bash2 are few. Let's
> go with it.
> Could somebody verify that this script has been fixed? If it hasn't,
> please report it as a bug and let me know the bug number so I can mark
> it as critical.
The real problem is: How to be sure that the average user will upgrade
dpkg (the package containing update-rc.d) *before* any other package using
it in their postinst scripts? Currently, we can't. And I guess that this
will be a sure candidate for the Debian 1.3 FAQ.
[ BTW: That's why we need the "Breaks:" field. ]
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