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Bug#381178: marked as done (f-prot-installer: f-prot scripts enter endless loop in i386 chroot environment on amd64 machine)

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Package: f-prot-installer
Version: 0.5.14
Severity: normal

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I have installed f-prot in an i386 chroot environment on an AMD64 computer
with amd64 kernel, as described in

When started, f-prot consumes all available cpu time
and don't terminate (it seems to have entered an endless loop).
This even hapens with
f-prot -help

I found out, that the binary executable
runs fine. So I believe, that the bug is located in the scripts
which should start the f-prot binary.

  Juergen Kosel

-- System Information:
Debian Release: 3.1
Architecture: i386 (i686)
Kernel: Linux 2.6.16-2-amd64-k8
Locale: LANG=de_DE@euro, LC_CTYPE=de_DE@euro (charmap=ISO-8859-15)

Versions of packages f-prot-installer depends on:
ii debconf Debian configuration management sy ii debianutils 2.8.4 Miscellaneous utilities specific t ii libwww-perl 5.803-4 WWW client/server library for Perl
ii  unzip                       5.52-1sarge4 De-archiver for .zip files
ii  wget                        1.9.1-12     retrieves files from the web

-- debconf information:
* f-prot-installer/action: Download and install
* f-prot-installer/configured: false
  f-prot-installer/where_are_files: /tmp
* f-prot-installer/reinstall: true
* f-prot-installer/update_defs: true

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I corrected /etc/apt/sources in the chroot and upgraded
f-prot installer to version 0.5.14.sarge.3:
In this version the bug is already fixed.


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