[ Andriy, see quoted paragraph below ]

On Sat, Feb 8, 2014 at 9:12 AM,  <pe...@freenet.de> wrote:
> Hello again,
> finally I was able to "solve" my problem. The culprit was - as suspected - 
> that
> GELI uses cngets() instead of gets() since 9.1. I used the old gets() as well 
> as
> the related cngetc() and cncheckc() implementations from 9.0 and changed the
> call in GELI from cngets() to gets_old(). As a result of this, I can now enter
> the password at the GELI prompt again. Now, I am not sure what really causes 
> my
> problem as cngets() is not that different from gets() except for the new
> cngrab() and cnungrab() calls as well as the the cpu_spinwait() in cngetc() 
> that
> wasn't present before. Perhaps cpu_spinwait() is buggy on my system? Or the
> grab/ungrab things don't work correctly?
> If I see it correctly, Andriy Gapon is responsible for these last changes so I
> suppose it would be best to contact him directly and work out a solution?

Just add him on CC (done) and work out the solution on a public list:
this way it helps more than just you and people could learn from how
the debugging is done too. :-)

Eitan Adler
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