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Bug#17258: marked as done (FIXED in NMU [was: start-stop-daemon sends bad signals])

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From: Juan Cespedes <cespedes@debian.org>
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Subject: start-stop-daemon sends bad signals
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Package: dpkg

# strace start-stop-daemon --stop --signal HUP --exec /bin/cat
kill(27796, SIGQUIT)                    = 0
# strace start-stop-daemon --stop --signal STOP --exec /bin/cat
kill(27799, SIGTERM)                    = 0

	Apparently, it sends wrong signals.  It works OK when using
numbers instead of signal names.

Juan Cespedes

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