This is a flexbackup bug.  The attached patch addresses the issue with 
identifying later versions of bash.

- John


-----Original Message-----
>From: Kristian Rink <kr...@pm-planc.de>
>Sent: Mar 4, 2010 3:20 AM
>To: flexbackup-help@lists.sourceforge.net
>Subject: Re: [flexbackup-help] I/O Error
>
>André;
>
>not really sure about how to resolve this as we're not using flexbackup
>that often anymore, but we still make use of an afio based backup solution:
>
>
>André Tenreiro schrieb:
>> |------------------------------------------------------------
>> | Checking 'buffer' on this machine... Ok
>> | Checking /bin/sh on this machine... unknown
>> |------------------------------------------------------------
>> | Logging output to "flexbackup.list.201003040224.log"
>> | Reading from CURRENT TAPE POSITION
>> |------------------------------------------------------------
>> At block 1.
>> |------------------------------------------------------------
>> | buffer -m 10m -p 75 -s 10k -t -u 100 -i "/dev/nst0" | afio -t -z -D \
>> |   /usr/bin/flexbackup -P gzip -Q -d -Q -q -Z -v   -b 10k -
>
>Leaving out all this "magic", did you so far already try using "plain"
>afio to list or extract things off your tape? I'd try
>
>afio -t /dev/nst0
>
>or
>
>afio -i /dev/nst0
>
>to see whether, after all, it is generally possible to get data off your
>tape in your given environment. This way, you eventually might be
>capable of making sure at least your tape is fine...
>
>K.
>
>
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