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Re: bash2.0 & sysklogd

As explained when I first raised this question on gnu.bash.bug, the
problem is that sysklogd sends an interrupt signal to it's parent.
Bash used to just ignore this, now it prints a warning message.
sysklogd should be told not to do this.  You can ignore the message.

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