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[Bug 618] New: slbackup restores to the file /tmp/tjener


           Summary: slbackup restores to the file /tmp/tjener
           Product: Skolelinux
           Version: pr45
          Platform: Other
        OS/Version: other
            Status: NEW
          Severity: normal
          Priority: P2
         Component: base-config-skolelinux
        AssignedTo: nobody@skolelinux.no
        ReportedBy: klaus@astro.uio.no

When choosing Restore, and choosing to restore the file
/etc/dhcpd-skolelinux.conf, slbackup will place the _contents_ of that 
file in /tmp/tjener, not a copy in /tmp/tjener/etc/dhcpd-skolelinux.conf
as expected.

This is the result from the restore process:

Restore results
Restored files from tjener.
Snapshot restored was "2004-02-15T21:54+0100 ".
The files or directories that were restored:

    * /etc/dhcpd-skolelinux.conf
The files or directories were restored to /tmp/tjener.
The restore process was finished successfully!

This is a samll content of /tmp/tjener :
tjener:/tmp# more /tmp/tjener
# Skolelinux configuration masterfile
# Contents of this file should be in
#               /etc/dhcpd.conf
# DHCP configuration for Skolelinux server
# RJW 030801:
#       Changed all hostnames to not avoid using minus sign
#       The minus sign is allowed by RFC 952, but creates problems

This seems to only be a problem when choosing a single file to restore, when
choosing an entire directory, it works as expected, restoring /etc places the 
contents in /tmp/tjener/etc.

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