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Bug#196085: marked as done (elf/do-lookup.h:do_lookup can signal SEGV)

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From: Ognyan Kulev <ogi@fmi.uni-sofia.bg>
Subject: Device files are not accepted under the Hurd
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Package: parted
Version: 1.6.5-1
Severity: important
Tags: patch, upstream

Under the Hurd, when device file is passed as an argument to "parted",
Segmentation fault occurs.  More detailed report can be found in

The reason is using store_typed_open instead of store_open.  More
information can be found in $HURD/libstore/store.h (or
/include/hurd/store.h).  Basicly, store_typed_open expects something
like "device:hd0", while store_open expects something like "/dev/hd0".
Needless to say, the latter is what everyone would try.  The first style
is equivalent of (MAJOR,MINOR) pair in *nix, and the second style is
equivalent of block device file name.

I forward this bug report to bug-hurd, as I'm not completly sure if this
is the right fix.

Ognyan Kulev <ogi@fmi.uni-sofia.bg>, "\"Programmer\""
7D9F 66E6 68B7 A62B 0FCF  EB04 80BF 3A8C A252 9782

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--- parted-1.6.5.orig/libparted/gnu.c
+++ parted-1.6.5/libparted/gnu.c
@@ -235,12 +235,12 @@
        arch_specific->consume = 1;
-       err = store_typed_open (dev->path, 0, NULL, &arch_specific->store);
+       err = store_open (dev->path, 0, NULL, &arch_specific->store);
        if (err) {
                error_t rw_err = err;
-               err = store_typed_open (dev->path, STORE_READONLY, NULL,
-                                       &arch_specific->store);
+               err = store_open (dev->path, STORE_READONLY, NULL,
+                                 &arch_specific->store);
                if (err) {
                        if (ped_exception_throw (


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I'm closing this bug because the bug was in the Hurd itself.  The 
relevant commit is 

Ognyan Kulev <ogi@{fmi.uni-sofia.bg,fsa-bg.org}>
7D9F 66E6 68B7 A62B 0FCF  EB04 80BF 3A8C A252 9782

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