Bug#919273: libblis2: BLAS alternative is broken

2019-01-14 Thread Dave Love
Package: libblis2 Version: 0.5.1-1 Severity: important It doesn't work just to link libblis to libblas as a BLAS alternative because the soname is wrong. [The openblas package gets it right, though in a heavyweight way as far as I remember. The Fedora blis packaging uses trivial shims

Bug#919272: libblis2: different threading options need to be installable in parallel

2019-01-14 Thread Dave Love
Package: libblis2 Version: 0.5.1-1 Severity: important The combinatorial builds are good (and I hope they're repeated for openblas), but they need to be installable in parallel, and the default should be serial because anything else is unsafe. The Fedora openblas and blis packages allow that.

Bug#910582: libpam-heimdal: libpam-heimdal updates PAM config with pam_krb5

2018-10-10 Thread Dave Love
Sorry, this must be bogus. I can't now reproduce it, or figure out why authN broke when I replaced the krb5 version and why I thought the heimdal pam library was different. I don't know if it works for me to close it, as I'm attempting.

Bug#910582: libpam-heimdal: libpam-heimdal updates PAM config with pam_krb5

2018-10-08 Thread Dave Love
Package: libpam-heimdal Version: 4.7-4 Severity: important Installing libpam-heimdal updates the PAM config to use pam_krb5, not pam_heimdal, which obviously breaks badly: root@stretch:~# grep -r krb5 /etc/pam.d root@stretch:~# apt install libpam-heimdal -y Reading package lists... Done

Bug#903703: emacs-goodies-el: should we keep rfcview.el in Debian?

2018-07-13 Thread Dave Love
You wrote: > Package: emacs-goodies-el > Version: 38.0 > Severity: normal > > Hi Dave > > We're trying to clean up some of the less maintained code in > emacs-goodies-el (and repackage the rest). It will help us decide > what to do if you can let us know if you are still actively using and >

Bug#867972: keychain: adding a GPG key fails

2017-07-10 Thread Dave Love
Package: keychain Version: 2.8.2-0.1 Severity: normal Trying to add a GPG key according to the documentation fails. It's fixed in version 2.8.3 by . -- System Information: Debian Release: 9.0 APT prefers

Bug#864143: closed by Ben Hutchings <b...@decadent.org.uk> (Re: Bug#864143: initramfs-tools: missing dependency on busybox?)

2017-06-05 Thread Dave Love
I guess I wrote that badly. busybox isn't actually required by cryptsetup, just recommended, but it should be required by something. The example shows it's possible to make packages uninstallable, if they pull the initramfs trigger, by removing busybox, which you can do cleanly as far as apt is

Bug#864143: initramfs-tools: missing dependency on busybox?

2017-06-04 Thread Dave Love
Package: initramfs-tools Version: 0.130 Severity: normal Dear Maintainer, initramfs-tools-core recommends busybox, but it appears to be required. I got this with an update after it was removed: Processing triggers for initramfs-tools (0.130) ... update-initramfs: Generating

Bug#828329: [Pkg-gridengine-devel] Bug#828329: Bug#828329: forwarded to https://arc.liv.ac.uk/trac/SGE/ticket/1572

2016-11-23 Thread Dave Love
Afif Elghraoui writes: > Many thanks for working on this. I'd like to see what Dave says > upstream. Otherwise, I'd rather stick with 1.0 if possible. That's probably wise if you can. I don't know when I'll be able to test the change sensibly. > I need to > ask the release

Bug#828970: ITP: singularity -- application containerization platform

2016-07-23 Thread Dave Love
Yaroslav Halchenko writes: > Thanks for following up, Dave! I haven't realized that you are > maintaining your own fork on github with adjusted debian packaging It's not very adjusted from what I submitted. > Before commenting on your points: Do you have intent to

Bug#828970: ITP: singularity -- application containerization platform

2016-07-14 Thread Dave Love
ingularity>): Files: libexec/docker-import.sh Copyright: 2016 Dave Love, University of Liverpool License: BSD-3-Clause-LBNL There are potential security issues in the setuid program, with patches for v2.0 under <https://pkgs.fedoraproject.org/cgit/rpms/singularity.git>, but it looks as if more are needed.

Bug#734702: [Pkg-gridengine-devel] libdb dependency in v8.1.8

2015-12-11 Thread Dave Love
Afif Elghraoui writes: >> * Replace dependency on db-5.1 with unversioned package >> >> The db tools need to be consistent with the library version used in >> the build. > > The versioning consistency should be taken care of with > {shlibs:Depends}. db-5.1 isn't in Debian

Bug#776131: gridengine: Should gridengine be removed from jessie?

2015-01-29 Thread Dave Love
Ondřej Surý ond...@sury.org writes: Hi Roland, On Thu, Jan 29, 2015, at 13:39, Roland Fehrenbacher wrote: My offer to take over still stands. What needs to be done to keep it in jessie? Can we package Son of Grid Engine and still get it uploaded to jessie? A previous attempt was blocked

Bug#763884: nagstamon: wheezy needs security update

2014-10-03 Thread Dave Love
Package: nagstamon Version: 0.9.9-1 Severity: important Tags: security Version 0.9.9 needs a security update. See https://nagstamon.ifw-dresden.de/docs/security/ I built 0.9.11, which basically works except that it doesn't pop up with a mouse hover under XFCE like 0.9.9 did with that setting

Bug#714661: [Pkg-gridengine-devel] Bug#714661: Bug#714661: gridengine and debian

2013-11-08 Thread Dave Love
Paul Gevers elb...@debian.org writes: Hi, Just a very short response to a sentence I saw in your e-mail. On 06-11-13 18:01, Dave Love wrote: There are some serious problems with the current packaging, including security issues, apart from library dependencies. It would be great

Bug#714661: [Pkg-gridengine-devel] Bug#714661: gridengine and debian

2013-11-06 Thread Dave Love
Paul Gevers elb...@debian.org writes: [Resending to the bts as my mail to pkg-gridengine-de...@lists.alioth.debian.org is not being handled and I don't like waiting so long.] Hi [Please keep me in CC in replies, I am not subscribed to the list] As I am trying to get rid of lesstif2 in

Bug#715958: [Mayhem] Bug report on gridengine-master: getservbyname crashes

2013-08-16 Thread Dave Love
I don't think it's important, but for what it's worth, it's fixed by https://arc.liv.ac.uk/trac/SGE/changeset/4553/sge -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-bugs-dist-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact listmas...@lists.debian.org

Bug#694040: [Pkg-gridengine-devel] Bug#694040: gridengine: please support other architectures

2012-11-28 Thread Dave Love
Hiroyuki Yamamoto yama1...@gmail.com writes: Source: gridengine Version: 6.2u5-7.1 Severity: wishlist Hi, The source package Sun Grid Engine 6.2u5 could support alpha, ppc64, and sparc64 ports. Here is buildlog attached on ppc64. On Grid Engine 2011.11p1, arm64, armel, armhf, and

Bug#693722: [Pkg-gridengine-devel] Bug#693722: gridengine: use recent version and updated packaging

2012-11-28 Thread Dave Love
Michael Banck mba...@debian.org writes: Hi Dave, we are currently at a squeeze bug-squashing-party, so I took a look. On Sun, Nov 18, 2012 at 11:02:49PM +, Dave Love wrote: I've worked on packaging for SGE to address problems with the current version and to support (pre-release) SGE

Bug#693722: gridengine: use recent version and updated packaging

2012-11-19 Thread Dave Love
Source: gridengine Severity: wishlist Tags: security I've worked on packaging for SGE to address problems with the current version and to support (pre-release) SGE 8.1.3, though it will work with the 8.1.2 with minor changes. The sge source https://arc.liv.ac.uk/trac/SGE/browser/sge now has

Bug#678618: [Pkg-gridengine-devel] Bug#678618: gridengine: diff for NMU version 6.2u5-7.1

2012-06-28 Thread Dave Love
Luk Claes l...@debian.org writes: ?? The CVE is already addressed http://packages.debian.org/changelogs/pool/main/g/gridengine/gridengine_6.2u5-1squeeze1/changelog That's for the current stable release, not for the next one... It's in 6.2u5-6 (the relevant environment-cleaning part). If

Bug#678618: [Pkg-gridengine-devel] Bug#678618: gridengine: diff for NMU version 6.2u5-7.1

2012-06-25 Thread Dave Love
Luk Claes l...@debian.org writes: Package: gridengine Version: 6.2u5-7 Severity: normal Tags: patch pending Dear maintainer, I've prepared an NMU for gridengine (versioned as 6.2u5-7.1) and uploaded it to DELAYED/02. Please feel free to tell me if I should delay it longer. ?? The CVE

Bug#377676: emacs-goodies-el: dirvars.el is unclean

2006-07-10 Thread Dave Love
Package: emacs-goodies-el Version: 26.4-1 Severity: normal dirvars.el is quite unclean, at least in its use of advice and not providing a minor mode so that it can be toggled. You might consider URL:http://www.loveshack.ukfsn.org/emacs/dir-locals.el, which is clean and does roughly the same

Bug#377675: emacs-goodies-el: should use better cfengine.el

2006-07-10 Thread Dave Love
Package: emacs-goodies-el Version: 26.4-1 Severity: normal [This is actually on Ubuntu, but looks as though it applies to Debian unstable.] The included cfengine.el is ancient and inconsistent with the one that might (some decade?) be released in Emacs 22. Could you use

Bug#377678: emacs-goodies-el: hyperlinks for rfcview.el

2006-07-10 Thread Dave Love
Package: emacs-goodies-el Version: 26.4-1 Severity: wishlist Tags: patch I'm surprised rfcview.el is included, as Debian considers the RFCs non-free but, here's a patch to make it more useful by hyperlinking internal and external stuff. 2006-07-08 Dave Love [EMAIL PROTECTED] * rfcview.el

Bug#273206: Bug probably to be closed (smbclient: failure

2006-04-28 Thread Dave Love
Steve Langasek [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: If other windows clients are able to make a connection to the machine sroserve without getting such an error, then this definitely looks like a samba-specific bug. That's what I thought, even if someone does consider the Windows box mis-configured (but

Bug#357039: logcheck: should ensure lock directory exists

2006-03-15 Thread Dave Love
Package: logcheck Version: 1.2.43a Severity: normal Tags: patch This is actually a problem on Ubuntu, where the lock directory is now getting purged at startup, but I think the script should ensure the directory exists anyway (as bastille does, for instance): diff -u /usr/sbin/logcheck\~

Bug#355954: gcjwebplugin: should depend on or suggest classpath

2006-03-08 Thread Dave Love
Package: gcjwebplugin Version: 0.3.2-1 Severity: wishlist [This is actually from Ubuntu, but it applies to the Debian package.] I expected the plugin to depend on a class library, since it presumably won't be much use otherwise, but it doesn't depend on classpath (or even suggest it). -- To

Bug#349857: fixed in klibc 1.2.1-3

2006-02-06 Thread Dave Love
My problem booting the Sun V210 isn't fixed by this. Previously you said: please try latest klibc-utils and libklibc from incoming.debian.org or later this evening in unstable, calling update-initramfs -u will get those on your initramfs. but I see: # update-initramfs -u -k 2.6.15-1-sparc64

Bug#349857: linux-image-2.6-sparc64-2.6.15-1-sparc64: panics on boot on v210

2006-02-01 Thread Dave Love
maximilian attems [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: That gets it further, but then it fails as follows (where sda1 is /boot). If I then get in single-user, I see /dev/sda1 mounted on /, but there is no /dev/sd*, i.e. no sd devices, which looks odd. please try latest klibc-utils and libklibc from

Bug#349857: linux-image-2.6-sparc64-2.6.15-1-sparc64: panics on boot on v210

2006-01-31 Thread Dave Love
Frans Pop [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I've seen the same error on my Sparc Ultra 10. The problem is in klibc which is used by initramfs-tools; merging the bug reports. Try installing yaird and using that to generate your initrd. That gets it further, but then it fails as follows (where sda1

Bug#349857: linux-image-2.6-sparc64-2.6.15-1-sparc64: panics on boot on v210

2006-01-25 Thread Dave Love
Package: linux-image-2.6-sparc64-2.6.15-1-sparc64 Severity: important I get the following trying to boot on a v210: ... scsi1 : sym-2.2.1 SCSI device sda: 71132959 512-byte hdwr sectors (36420 MB) SCSI device sda: drive cache: write through SCSI device sda: 71132959

Bug#349605: arla: won't install against current heimdal

2006-01-23 Thread Dave Love
Package: arla Version: 0.36.2-11.1 Severity: serious You get this now krb4 has been removed from the heimdal packages: arla: Depends: libroken16-kerberos4kth (= 1.2.2-11.1) but it is not going to be installed This prevents heimdal-clients, for instance, installing if arla is installed. --

Bug#348675: strace: unknown syscall on sparc64

2006-01-18 Thread Dave Love
Package: strace Version: 4.5.12-1 Severity: normal I ran strace on `host' and it failed like this: ... clone(child_stack=0x363f0, flags=CLONE_VM|CLONE_FS|CLONE_FILES|CLONE_SIGHAND) = 4 rt_sigprocmask(SIG_SETMASK, NULL, [HUP INT TERM RT_0], 8) = 4 rt_sigprocmask(SIG_SETMASK, NULL,

Bug#347555: heimdal-kdc: iprop.8 missing

2006-01-13 Thread Dave Love
Brian May [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I believe you will find it in heimdal-servers. Ah. It should be in heimdal-kdc, since it documents ipropd-{master,slave}. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Bug#347723: heimdal-kdc: iprop-log missing

2006-01-13 Thread Dave Love
Brian May [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I cannot find a ipropd-log man page in the source, not even at that directory. Bother. I thought I was checking the 0.7.1 source for it, but it must have been snapshot source; it definitely isn't in 0.7.1. Sorry. FYI, the log that the iprop master uses

Bug#347723: heimdal-kdc: iprop-log missing

2006-01-12 Thread Dave Love
Package: heimdal-kdc Version: 0.7.1-2 Severity: normal The ipropd-log program/man page (from lib/kadm5) isn't in the package. There should probably be something installed to truncate/rotate the log with it if ipropd is configured, but I don't know whether that's a job for logrotate or not.

Bug#347361: actually there's a real bug

2006-01-11 Thread Dave Love
Brian May [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: My first random guess would be that the packets aren't getting through, perhaps as a result of a firewall. Either that or the server simply isn't listening on the right port. No, they are actually communicating. For the timeout with a 0.6 master and 0.7

Bug#347555: heimdal-kdc: iprop.8 missing

2006-01-11 Thread Dave Love
Package: heimdal-kdc Version: 0.7.1-2 Severity: normal lib/kadm5/iprop.8 isn't packaged. (It's new in 0.7.) I haven't checked whether anything else has got left out of the 0.7.1 packages. -- System Information: Debian Release: 3.1 APT prefers stable APT policy: (900, 'stable')

Bug#347361: heimdal-kdc: note ipropd incompatibility

2006-01-10 Thread Dave Love
Package: heimdal-kdc Severity: wishlist Could you add a warning on upgrades to 0.7 that ipropd is incompatible with the 0.6 version. (The command set has changed, so I assume it isn't a bug.) I updated a slave to the current unstable to check it before doing the master and found that iprop

Bug#347361: actually there's a real bug

2006-01-10 Thread Dave Love
I sent the original too soon. In fact, the 0.7.1 ipropd-slave won't work with the 0.7.1 ipropd-master. With either the 0.7 or 0.6 ipropd-master, the client times out with the message `server didn't send a message in 300 seconds' (using the default config). I'm using the current unstable

Bug#343188: sshfs: should require udev?

2005-12-13 Thread Dave Love
Package: sshfs Version: 1.2-1 Severity: normal I'm not sure how /dev/fuse is supposed to get created, but it didn't appear until I installed udev. Before that, sshfs failed trying to access the non-existent /dev/fuse. Should the package require udev? -- System Information: Debian Release: 3.1

Bug#328031: OK on a stable system

2005-12-12 Thread Dave Love
For what it's worth, it builds OK on a box running stable with a few updates (e.g. testing glibc) using the stable gcc (3.3.5). -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Bug#342227: ghc6: regression on sparc causes darcs build failure

2005-12-06 Thread Dave Love
Package: ghc6 Version: 6.4.1-1 Severity: important The sparc build of darcs fails with a bus error URL:http://buildd.debian.org/~jeroen/status/package.php?p=darcsa=sparc#fail-sparc. The current stable and testing ghc6 build darcs OK from the same source on my (mostly stable) system. -- System

Bug#341593: mule-ucs: package clobbers encode-char and decode-char

2005-12-02 Thread Dave Love
Tatsuya Kinoshita [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: BTW, the current mule-ucs startup is for various reasons: * un-define is needed for utf-* on emacs21/xemacs21 There isn't a problem just loading `un-define'. That doesn't redefine decode-char/encode-char. (I should have said that is probably only

Bug#341593: mule-ucs: package clobbers encode-char and decode-char

2005-12-01 Thread Dave Love
Package: mule-ucs Severity: important I'm not sure whether this should be higher severity than `important' -- it affects other packages. In particular, nxml-mode now conflicts with mule-ucs because of this issue, but it shouldn't need to. The mule-ucs startup sucks in the library `mucs', which

Bug#341603: nxml-mode: shouldn't conflict with mule-ucs

2005-12-01 Thread Dave Love
Package: nxml-mode Version: 20041004-5 Severity: normal In #340637 I wrote: If it breaks with mule-ucs, I guess it will need fixing for Emacs 23 anyway, but I haven't tried to follow the code. After looking at the code, I can't see any reason for it not to work with mule-ucs or Emacs 23,

Bug#340637: nxml-mode: startup bogosity

2005-11-24 Thread Dave Love
Package: nxml-mode Version: 20041004-5 Severity: normal Tags: patch The startup stuff currently ends up ensuring that the source files for the mode are loaded, not the compiled ones, which doesn't help its speed... I fixed that with these changes to make sure 21.4/site-lisp precedes site-lisp in

Bug#340637: revised patch

2005-11-24 Thread Dave Love
I found that having emacs21/site-lisp first in load-path broke processing of numeric entities, so I looked further. It seems to me that this does something more like TRT by actually looking for files on the load path; I think using load-file-name is a mistake. The result seems to find compiled

Bug#335476: nscd: Caches old IP-address

2005-11-18 Thread Dave Love
Florian Weimer [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Which GNU libc version is in Fedora? 2.3.5? Yes. (Or it was then -- there seems to be an update to 2.3.6 now.) There is quite a bit of code to handle TTLs for records fetched from DNS in version 2.3.5. Don't they expire for you, either? They were

Bug#335476: nscd: Caches old IP-address

2005-11-14 Thread Dave Love
Florian Weimer [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The current code tries to honor TTLs. It might be sufficient to set a zero (or very low) TTL for entries coming from /etc/hosts. Does `current' mean in the latest Debian package? I can't see anything relevant in the changelog, and the Fedora version

Bug#335476: nscd: Caches old IP-address

2005-11-11 Thread Dave Love
Yes, please turn off the default persistent caching of hosts (at least). I think this should also be done upstream. It can lead to lockout of logins in an obscure fashion -- at least it did on Fedora systems running what appears to be the same version of nscd with the same defaults, so

Bug#338504: nscd: nscd.conf(5) incomplete

2005-11-10 Thread Dave Love
Package: nscd Version: 2.3.5-6 Severity: normal nscd.conf(5) doesn't document the `persistent' and `shared' cache options. -- System Information: Debian Release: 3.1 APT prefers stable APT policy: (900, 'stable') Architecture: sparc (sparc64) Shell: /bin/sh linked to /bin/bash Kernel: Linux

Bug#338507: nscd: init script doesn't stop the daemon

2005-11-10 Thread Dave Love
Package: nscd Version: 2.3.5-6 Severity: normal The nscd init script (i.e. `nscd -K') doesn't stop the running daemons. It just seems to render them useless by removing the socket: # pgrep nscd # /etc/init.d/nscd start Starting Name Service Cache Daemon: nscd. # pgrep nscd 4697 4698

Bug#338325: ssh: client segv with gssapi

2005-11-09 Thread Dave Love
Package: ssh Version: 1:4.2p1-5 Severity: normal I get an unreproducible segv in the client with gssapi authentication on (`GSSAPIAuthentication yes', `GSSAPIDelegateCredentials yes') connecting to either Solaris 10 or Debian stable servers. I haven't noticed a crash without gssapi yet. I

Bug#323746: different with ssh 4.2

2005-11-09 Thread Dave Love
I just tried ssh-4.2 from testing, and found that it doesn't have this issue. (It may segv using gssapi, but that's a bug for another place...) -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Bug#292156: krb5-config: obsolete entries

2005-11-08 Thread Dave Love
Russ Allbery [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The libdefaults and login section that are reported above are either MIT-specific or for other Kerberos software and should stay, I believe. Yes, I should have said they weren't at issue. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of

Bug#323746: possible cause

2005-11-04 Thread Dave Love
I reported this issue previously (#311689), but I've seen it in another case which might be relevant to Owen. In this case, connecting to a Solaris 10 native server, it turned out to be caused by the server keytab containing des-cbc-md4 keys, which are generated by default on my Heimdal KDC and

Bug#219429: openafs-modules-source: can't build against 2.4.21 on sparc64

2005-10-10 Thread Dave Love
Russ Allbery [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Dave Love [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Sorry for the delayed response. I tried the openafs-modules-source packages from the current stable and testing/unstable against heimdal-dev. The first thing is that it needs sparc64-2.6 config files. I added

Bug#330151: heimdal-dev: krb5-config --cflags misses openssl includes

2005-09-29 Thread Dave Love
Brian May [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: What needs to include des.h? The last thing I tried was the development version of RedHat's pam_krb5, but there were a couple (?) of others I forget. What is the error you are getting? Code tries to use des.h and fails because it's not on the include path.

Bug#330151: heimdal-dev: krb5-config --cflags misses openssl includes

2005-09-26 Thread Dave Love
Package: heimdal-dev Version: 0.6.3-10sarge1 Severity: normal File: /usr/bin/krb5-config Packages that use krb5-config in the build process typically fail with the Debian version, failing to find des.h on the include path. The INCLUDE_des autoconf variable is -I/usr/include, not

Bug#317756: Framebuffer settings

2005-07-25 Thread Dave Love
Jurij Smakov [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: To test whether the problems you are experiencing are due to the wrong MCLK value, you can try setting it by adding a kernel boot argument video=atyfb:mclk=100 The framebuffer output is similar, just in bigger characters (fewer lines per screen).

Bug#317756: 2.6.12 testers wanted

2005-07-15 Thread Dave Love
Jurij Smakov [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Thanks for testing. Can you try tweaking you X configuration file as described in http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-288023.html, and see if it helps in any way with the mouse problem? The only difference between the mouse section given there and mine

Bug#313553: amanda-server: unexpected output from smbclient

2005-07-12 Thread Dave Love
Tags: patch This patch fixes the `strange result' warning for Windows shares with smbclient 3.0.14 (at least): ? Domain=[SRD] OS=[Windows 5.0] Server=[Windows 2000 LAN Manager] It's against the amanda 2.4.5 source (Debian testing). 2005-07-12 Dave Love [EMAIL PROTECTED] * client-src

Bug#315978: installation-reports: [sparc64] can't net install on v210

2005-07-11 Thread Dave Love
I eventually got the system running by doing a `reset' in the ALOM controller and letting it reboot after the initial installation. `reset-all' at the OBP prompt didn't work. It then runs OK with the released 2.6.8 or 2.6.11 kernels with networking on the extra hme interface I added in lieu of a

Bug#317756: kernel-image-2.6.11-1-sparc64: console and mouse breakage

2005-07-11 Thread Dave Love
Package: kernel-image-2.6.11-1-sparc64 Version: 2.6.11-5 Severity: normal I have this kernel running OK on a headless system, but it seems to be non-useful on the console. This is on a Blade 100 running OBP 4.15.7, in case that's relevant. The console output is messed up. The first column is

Bug#315978: [sparc64] can't net install on v210

2005-07-06 Thread Dave Love
The fundamental problem turned out to be that the system had 1GB of memory. Replacing that with 512MB allows the installer to proceed. However, it won't load the driver for the onboard ethernet with a 2.4 kernal (`error on modprobe -v tg3'). A modprobe in the shell produces: Using

Bug#315978: [sparc64] can't net install on v210

2005-07-06 Thread Dave Love
More info on this... The sparc list reports that tg3 is known not to work since it needs firmware which has been removed. In that case I think the driver should be removed and this should be documented, especially as it isn't clear the driver has failed with a 2.6 kernel. I found an hme card

Bug#312496: debian-el: M-x debian-bug creates bogus header for specific package

2005-06-27 Thread Dave Love
Peter S Galbraith [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: How about now with reportbug 3.15? Works here now... Yes, that seems to have fixed it. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Bug#315978: installation-reports: [sparc64] can't net install on v210

2005-06-27 Thread Dave Love
Package: installation-reports Severity: normal Debian-installer-version: rc3, snapshot Date: 2005-06-27 Method: netboot Machine: Sun sparc v210 Processor: ultrasparc IIIi Base System Installation Checklist: [O] = OK, [E] = Error (please elaborate below), [ ] = didn't try it Initial boot

Bug#312496: debian-el: M-x debian-bug creates bogus header for specific package

2005-06-17 Thread Dave Love
Peter S Galbraith [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I'm currently at work and only have access to sarge. Can you try this again with reportbug 3.13 which was uploaded yesterday? No change. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact [EMAIL

Bug#314451: cfengine2: cfagent segvs the first time it's run

2005-06-16 Thread Dave Love
Package: cfengine2 Version: 2.1.14-1 Severity: normal The first time I run cfagent to bring up a new system, I see this: # cfagent -q cfengine:: Trusting server identity and willing to accept key from ... Segmentation fault Running it again, it works OK, so I assume it's something to do

Bug#313593: libapache2-webkdc: no joy following the instructions

2005-06-15 Thread Dave Love
Russ Allbery [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The WebKDC never talks to regular HTTP clients, only to a WebAuth server or to a weblogin server. Is a WebAuth server or weblogin server also encountering problems, and do they give similar errors? Ah. I obviously haven't read enough. I thought I

Bug#313553: amanda-server: unexpected output from smbclient

2005-06-15 Thread Dave Love
Bdale Garbee [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I don't back up any Windows filesystems with my installation, so I don't have any easy way to investigate this. Hopefully someone else using Amanda will see this report and have some insight. I think it's simply a question of not matching the text after

Bug#313553: amanda-server: unexpected output from smbclient

2005-06-14 Thread Dave Love
Package: amanda-server Severity: normal Sorry I can't report this from the server itself. It applies to both the current stable or unstable (1:2.4.5-1) amanda-server with the stable smbclient (3.0.14a-3). It started after an upgrade of the amanda server to sarge, but I thought I was already

Bug#313593: libapache2-webkdc: no joy following the instructions

2005-06-14 Thread Dave Love
Package: libapache2-webkdc Version: 3.2.8-1 Severity: normal I've followed the instructions for setting up the package in README.Debian with no joy. All I get back is http 400, with no other diagnostics. Do you have any suggestions for debugging, presumably to improve the instructions to avoid

Bug#313601: logcheck-database: ignore mount version messages

2005-06-14 Thread Dave Love
Package: logcheck-database Version: 1.2.39 Severity: wishlist These are the subject of an am-utils FAQ URL:http://www.am-utils.org/docs/am-utils/FAQ.txt and would be useful in the ignored list. Note that it's either `newer' or `older'. Jun 14 14:32:25 albion kernel: nfs warning: mount version

Bug#313603: logcheck-database: ignore amanda connexions

2005-06-14 Thread Dave Love
Package: logcheck-database Version: 1.2.39 Severity: wishlist Could you put a match these in the ignored list: Jun 14 14:00:57 albion amandad[8533]: connect from 148.79.160.173 (148.79.160.173) This is a successful connexion for which the client is configured. -- System Information: Debian

Bug#313485: module-assistant: arla-modules won't work

2005-06-13 Thread Dave Love
Package: module-assistant Version: 0.9 Severity: normal module-assistant offers arla-modules as a possibility to compile, but that doesn't work. The arla-modules-source package just doesn't seem to be set up for it. I don't know whether this should be raised as a bug against the source package

Bug#219429: openafs-modules-source: can't build against 2.4.21 on sparc64

2005-06-10 Thread Dave Love
Russ Allbery [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: There is now a much newer version of OpenAFS in Debian testing, and it looks like it has fixed this problem. There is no longer any occurance of the string old_gid_t in the AFS source code. Could you check to see if you're still having this problem

Bug#312887: ssh-krb5: Corrupted MAC on input

2005-06-10 Thread Dave Love
Package: ssh-krb5 Version: 3.8.1p1-7 Severity: normal I just had a session disconnected with Disconnecting: Corrupted MAC on input. This was between two sparcs running ssh-krb5 under sarge, with firefox running from the remote end. Is this likely to be an ssh error or something to do with

Bug#312496: debian-el: M-x debian-bug creates bogus header for specific package

2005-06-09 Thread Dave Love
here. $ reportbug --template -T none -s none -S normal -b --list-cc=none -q exim4 Include extended configuration information? Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit From: Dave Love [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Debian Bug Tracking System

Bug#312492: exim4: problems with db files on upgrade

2005-06-08 Thread Dave Love
Package: exim4 Version: 4.50-8 Severity: normal I upgraded some boxes yesterday from Potato to Sarge and then installed exim4. On two of them cron is now reporting failed to open DB file /var/spool/exim/db/retry: File exists from one exim_tidydb part and failed to open DB file

Bug#312496: debian-el: M-x debian-bug creates bogus header for specific package

2005-06-08 Thread Dave Love
. ---BeginMessage--- Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit From: Dave Love [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Debian Bug Tracking System [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: none X-Debbugs-Cc: none, Dave Love [EMAIL PROTECTED] Package: exim4 Version: 4.50-8 Severity: normal

Bug#312496: debian-el: M-x debian-bug creates bogus header for specific package

2005-06-08 Thread Dave Love
Peter S Galbraith [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: That's going to be fun to debug... I'll have to install a bunch of conflicting packages I dont use, such as exim... Oh well. I thought exim4 was standard. What is the Emacs variable mail-user-agent set to? (e.g. what Emacs mail program are you

Bug#312092: chrony: nothing installed in /etc/network/if-{up,down}.d

2005-06-05 Thread Dave Love
Package: chrony Version: 1.20-8 Severity: normal Installation puts entries in the PPP-specific {up,down}.d directories to flip the online status, but not in the /etc/network versions. Thus, for instance, if I start a laptop wireless connexion, the servers don't get brought online as I expect. --

Bug#311689: ssh-krb5: protocol error talking to Solaris 10 sshd

2005-06-03 Thread Dave Love
Sam Hartman [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I'm not really sure either side is at fault here. It seems like you're failing to get credentials for host/[EMAIL PROTECTED] for some reason. Yes (it turned out to be the wrong kvno somehow). What I meant was the protocol error, i.e. without -v you see

Bug#311679: libc6-dev: iruserok not declared anywhere

2005-06-02 Thread Dave Love
Package: libc6-dev Version: 2.3.2.ds1-21 Severity: normal The function iruserok isn't declared in unistd.h as rcmd(3) says, or declared anywhere else. (It looks as though the man page is wrong anyway, since the other functions it lists are in netdb.h. I'll raise a separate report about that.)

Bug#311680: manpages-dev: rcmd(3) mentions wrong header

2005-06-02 Thread Dave Love
Package: manpages-dev Version: 1.70-1 Severity: normal The functions listed in rcmd(3) are actually in netdb.h, not unistd.h as it says. (Actually iruserok currently isn't declared anywhere -- I've raised a separate report about that.) -- System Information: Debian Release: 3.0 Architecture:

Bug#311689: ssh-krb5: protocol error talking to Solaris 10 sshd

2005-06-02 Thread Dave Love
Package: ssh-krb5 Version: 3.8.1p1-7 Severity: normal I get the following trying to talk to sshd on Solaris 10. The Solaris 9 version is OK. Is it clear which end is at fault, or would more info help? (I have Sun support if that's useful.) OpenSSH_3.8.1p1 Debian-krb5 3.8.1p1-7, OpenSSL

Bug#304805: blt: mention lack of bltwish in readme

2005-04-15 Thread Dave Love
Package: blt Version: 2.4z-3 Severity: wishlist I was about to complain about the lack of bltwish, which is required by the system for which I installed blt, but I looked for it in the changelog first. It says there that it's been removed, but I think README.Debian should say it's not packaged

Bug#302377: rasmol: mailcap entry is bogus

2005-03-31 Thread Dave Love
Package: rasmol Version: 2.7.2.1.1-3 Severity: normal /usr/lib/mime/packages/rasmol contains chemical/x-pdb; viewer=/usr/bin/rasmol which isn't valid according to rfc 1524 and doesn't work with run-mailcap. It should be similar to this (quoting the %s per Debian, contrary to the rfc):

Bug#301298: netbase: include new /etc/rpc?

2005-03-25 Thread Dave Love
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Marco d'Itri) writes: On Mar 25, Dave Love [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How about including the new RPC database at URL:ftp://ftp.tau.ac.il/pub/users/eilon/rpc/? Why? Because it's useful to be able to access a more-or-less complete list. Each addition to /etc/services

Bug#301298: netbase: include new /etc/rpc?

2005-03-24 Thread Dave Love
Package: netbase Version: 4.19 Severity: wishlist How about including the new RPC database at URL:ftp://ftp.tau.ac.il/pub/users/eilon/rpc/? -- System Information: Debian Release: 3.0 Architecture: sparc (sparc64) Kernel: Linux 2.4.26-sparc64 Locale: LANG=C, LC_CTYPE=en_GB (charmap=ISO-8859-1)

Bug#292867: psgml: speed up parsing when setting faces

2005-01-30 Thread Dave Love
parsing under Emacs when setting faces. They're against the Debian version of psgml-1.3.1, but probably apply generally. Also avoid a few warnings. 2005-01-28 Dave Love [EMAIL PROTECTED] * psgml-other.el (sgml-parse-in-loop): Defvar when compiling. (sgml-set-face-for): Use sgml-parse-in-loop

Bug#292512: krb5-doc: please provide Info version

2005-01-27 Thread Dave Love
Package: krb5-doc Version: 1.3.6-1 Severity: wishlist Since the docs are generated from Texinfo, it seems odd not to have the Info version. I find it the most convenient format. -- System Information: Debian Release: 3.0 Architecture: sparc (sparc64) Kernel: Linux 2.4.26-sparc64 Locale: LANG=C,

Bug#277761: Conflicts: heimdal-docs is not necessary as they can very well coexist.

2005-01-25 Thread Dave Love
Sam Hartman [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The fact that the packages contain files in common is why there is a conflicts line. your patches to solve this problem are welcome for review. This appears to involve just krb5.conf.5. It seems to me that file should be in the krb5-config package as a

Bug#292200: mailutils: bad version in libmailutils0 dependency

2005-01-25 Thread Dave Love
Package: mailutils Version: 1:0.6-2 Severity: important I did an apt-get install of mailutils from testing and then saw: mail: error while loading shared libraries: libmu_nntp.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory libmailutils0 was still at v 1:0.5-3. Installing it