On Sun, 13 May 2001 17:13:01 +0200 (SAT), John Hay wrote:
> > > >
> > > > It seems that sysinstall(8) was not fully integrated into
> > > > buildworld - it depends on content of /usr/share/syscons/keymaps,
> > > > while it shouldn't.
> > > >
> > > > I've just committed a patch that should fix this problem.
> > You should look a little earlier in the logs to where the damage was really
> > done:
> > rm -f keymap.tmp
> > for map in be.iso br275.iso danish.iso finnish.iso fr.iso german.iso hr.iso hu.
> > iso2.101keys it.iso icelandic.iso jp.106 norwegian.iso pl_PL.ISO_8859-2 pt.iso
> > ru.koi8-r si.iso spanish.iso swedish.iso swissfrench.iso swissgerman.iso ua.koi
> > 8-u ua.koi8-u.shift.alt uk.iso us.dvorak us.iso us.pc-ctrl us.unix ; do env KE
> > YMAP_PATH=/usr/src/usr.sbin/sysinstall/../../share/syscons/keymaps kbdcontrol -
> > L $map | sed -e '/^static accentmap_t/,$d' >> keymap.tmp ; done
> > Segmentation fault - core dumped
> > ...
> > It looks like kbdcontrol is not very happy.
> Ok, here is a patch that fix the problem for me. The problem is that
> a second call to mkfullname() will reuse the memory at the pointer that
> it returns, so you have to preserve it before then.
OOPS, sorry. I've overlooked it. Should be fixed now. Interesting
that on my system it worked like a charm.
4.3 upgrade path is likely to be still broken , because kbdcontrol(8)
in 4-STABLE doesn't honour KEYMAP_PATH environment variable.
Perhaps kbdcontrol should be added into bootstrap tools to fully fix
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