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Bug#380222: not fixed in mldonkey 2.7.7-7



Hi,

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
>> mldonkey
> 
> 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
> too.
> 
> 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?

Cheers,

Samuel.




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