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Bug#606624: marked as done (loop-aes-utils: Debian Squeeze bug: loop-aes automount on boot fails, manual mount works)



Your message dated Sat, 25 Aug 2012 12:03:15 +0000
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and subject line Bug#680748: Removed package(s) from unstable
has caused the Debian Bug report #606624,
regarding loop-aes-utils: Debian Squeeze bug: loop-aes automount on boot fails, manual mount works
to be marked as done.

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Package: loop-aes-utils
Version: 2.16.2-1
Severity: important


uname -a
Linux xxx 2.6.32-5-686 #1 SMP Sat Oct 30 22:47:19 UTC 2010 i686
GNU/Linux

loop-aes-utils Version: 2.16.2-1
loop-aes-source Version: 3.3a-1

Hello,

I just migrated from Lenny x86 to Squeeze x86.

Because in Squeeze there is no loop-aes-module package, I built the
loop-aes-sources with m-a and installed them.

Mounting of my loop-aes encrypted partitions works, but only manual.

On system boot via fstab, there comes no password prompt after stating
that the loop module was loaded, instead the system sits there and waits
forever (at least 5 minutes). When I hit Ctrl-C, there come a couple of
messages something like this: "I/O buffer error on loop device".

I actually use now the "noauto" option in fstab to disable boot mount.
Then the system boots ok. Manual mounting of the loop-aes-partition
also works fine.

Compiling the kernel-sources with deactivating the original loop block
device did not help either.

booting with kernel option acpi=off did not help either.


-- System Information:
Debian Release: squeeze/sid
  APT prefers testing
  APT policy: (500, 'testing')
Architecture: i386 (i686)

Kernel: Linux 2.6.32-5-686 (SMP w/1 CPU core)
Locale: LANG=de_DE.UTF-8, LC_CTYPE=de_DE.UTF-8 (charmap=UTF-8)
Shell: /bin/sh linked to /bin/dash

Versions of packages loop-aes-utils depends on:
ii  gnupg                         1.4.10-4   GNU privacy guard - a free PGP rep
ii  libblkid1                     2.17.2-3.3 block device id library
ii  libc6                         2.11.2-7   Embedded GNU C Library: Shared lib
ii  libselinux1                   2.0.96-1   SELinux runtime shared libraries
ii  libsepol1                     2.0.41-1   SELinux library for manipulating b
ii  mount                         2.17.2-3.3 Tools for mounting and manipulatin

Versions of packages loop-aes-utils recommends:
ii  sharutils                     1:4.9-1    shar, unshar, uuencode, uudecode

loop-aes-utils suggests no packages.

-- no debconf information



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Version: 2.16.2-3+rm

Dear submitter,

as the package loop-aes-utils has just been removed from the Debian archive
unstable we hereby close the associated bug reports.  We are sorry
that we couldn't deal with your issue properly.

For details on the removal, please see http://bugs.debian.org/680748

The version of this package that was in Debian prior to this removal
can still be found using http://snapshot.debian.org/.

This message was generated automatically; if you believe that there is
a problem with it please contact the archive administrators by mailing
ftpmaster@debian.org.

Debian distribution maintenance software
pp.
Luca Falavigna (the ftpmaster behind the curtain)

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