On Sun, Jan 14, 2018 at 08:04:39PM +0100, Helmut Grohne wrote:
> Package: faumachine-data
[...]
> /usr/share/faumachine/experiments/test-fi-smart-step2/gen_results.sh contains 
> badblocks. According to file it is a POSIX shell script, ASCII text executable
> /usr/share/faumachine/experiments/test-fi-smart-step2/generate.in contains 
> badblocks. According to file it is a ASCII text
> /usr/share/faumachine/experiments/test-fi-smart-step2/summary.txt contains 
> badblocks. According to file it is a ASCII text
[...]

The package description indicate that FAUmachine is a PC emulatior which
does (hardware related) fault injection and can run a test-suite on a
machine installed from an iso image.

Based on this I would assume the badblocks should be available inside
the emulated machines operating system, rather than on the host where
faumachine is installed. Thus a package relationship might not be
suitable here at all.

Would be great to get some feedback on this from the package maintainer
who hopefully understands what's going on much better than me.

Regards,
Andreas Henriksson

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