Re: Any suggestions for reviving a hosed bash?
On Wed, Apr 21, 1999 at 10:23:19PM +0300, Konstantinos Margaritis wrote:
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> On Wed, 21 Apr 1999, you wrote:
> >i did it the other way arround, i 'fake' upgraded libreadlineg2, and then made
> >the update, so now i have the old libreadlineg2 installed, but dpkg thinks it
> >is the new one, and i guess the new bash as well, since it installed cleanly
> >after that. So now i can install the new libreadlineg2 without problem over the
> >faked one.
> yes, it works, but fooling dpkg has nothing to do with the segfault. It is a runtime
> dynamically linking problem between bash, libreadline and glibc. bash actually does not
> see any difference, so it does not 'think' you installed a new one.
Yes, but i could install the newest bash without any force-depends, as well as
revive my old bash this way. Since i didn't knew anything about the problem, i
just let it at that for a while ...