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Bug#23925: marked as done (start-stop-deamon location)



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Package: dpkg
Version: 1.4.0.23.2

  When updating to hamm from bo.
 
  In bo start-stop-deamon was in /usr/sbin.
  I hamm it is in /sbin

  So start-stop-deamon is no more found during the boot process and that
breaks kerneld which breaks pppd and maybe other things.

  Suggested and tested fix : put a link :

 ln -sf /sbin/start-stop-deamon /sbin/start-stop/deamon


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