Bug#270285: dosemu: unix.com -s fails to import env vars with an underscore
Ryan Underwood <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Wed, Sep 15, 2004 at 08:19:03PM +0100, Roger Leigh wrote:
>> On Tue, Sep 07, 2004 at 09:18:45PM +0100, Roger Leigh wrote:
>> I think I've now got the environment thing working on the work machine,
>> but not the home machine. However, I haven't any idea why, since the
>> setup should be very similar. I'll have to look at the environment
>> and config files much more closely. Could locale issues cause any
>> problems? I'm using en_GB.ISO-8859-1 here, but en_GB.UTF8 at work.
>> I'm trying to think of anything external to dosemu itself that could
>> affect it.
> No idea. I'd like to know if you find out though.
OK, some more detail:
I've now tested on:
Work machine: AMD Athlon, Sarge
Home desktop: Intel PIII, Sid
Home laptop: Intel PIII, Sarge clean install
Both Sarge installs are OK. The Sid one is not. For all installs,
The user environment was ~identical over all machines bar trivial
stuff (ssh agent, hostname, machtype etc.). locale does not appear to
be an issue.
The only thing that marks the Sid machine as different is that during
startup I'm prompted to press F5/F8 for both config.sys /and/
autoexec.bat (the latter after freecom has started). On the other two
machines I'm only prompted for config.sys. This is strange because
the conffiles are the same for all, and the dosemu/dosemu-freedos
packages are clean installs after a purge.
I'm not sure what makes this machine behave differently, but perhaps
the reason for it is the root cause?
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