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Bug#487630: SUCCESS after removal of 00tetex.cnf

On 06.11.08 Frank Küster (frank@debian.org) wrote:
> Hilmar Preusse <hille42@web.de> wrote:


> > Any further ideas?
> One and a half. 
> Half: Looking for specific files (here: 00tetex.cnf) without
> DebPkgProvidedMaps. This would, however, create a danger of getting
> back to maintainer scripts which give the reader exactly the same
> kind of "fun" we had in teTeX.
Well, this was exactly my suggestion, IIRC.

> One: We already do that.
> $ egrep -v '^$|^#' texlive-base/debian/texlive-common.postinst.pre 
> for i in updmap.d/10tetex-base.cfg fmt.d/01tetex.cnf language.d/00tetex.cnf language.d/10tetex.cnf ; do
> 	if [ -r /etc/texmf/$i ] ; then
> 		mv /etc/texmf/$i /etc/texmf/$i.obsolete
> 		echo "Obsolete config file /etc/texmf/$i has been renamed" >&2
> 		echo "as /etc/texmf/$i.obsolete." >&2
> 	fi
> done
> In other words: We move fmt.d/01tetex.cnf to
> fmt.d/01tetex.cnf.obsolete. Either this is the worng[1] filename,
> or rather we had both...
Any package script of teTeX bin (I don't remember which) moves a
file /etc/texmf/fmt.d/00tetex.cnf to /etc/texmf/fmt.d/01tetex.cnf,
i.e. Hence 00tetex.cnf was the old name and 01tetex.cnf and we should
extend the snippet above....

sigmentation fault

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