Bug#380222: not fixed in mldonkey 2.7.7-7
Jérémie Corbier wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 17, 2006 at 04:47:14AM -0700, Samuel Mimram wrote:
>> Source: mldonkey
>> Source-Version: 2.7.7-7
>> We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of
> Unfortunately it is not fixed.
> jcorbier@champi:~/ubuntu/mldonkey-2.7.7$ dash -n debian/utils/mldonkey_create_chroot
> debian/utils/mldonkey_create_chroot: 167: Syntax error: Bad substitution
Hmmm. That's strange. I'm pretty sure that this script was passing the
dash -n test after I modified it last time.
> AFAIK POSIX shells don't support array variables and "declare -a" is a bashism
> You can either change sh to bash in the shebang or try to find another
> solution. I have chosen the first alternative as a temporary fix for the
> Ubuntu package.
I'll go for the #!/bin/bash solution. Anyway, this script is not used
since I think that the support for the chroot jail has never been
finalized. Maybe the best solution is simply to drop this script for
now. Sylvain, what do you think?