Bug#340782: Still not working

2005-11-25 Thread Adam Borowski
I have the directory /dev/.udevdb/ but not /dev/.udev/db/ My fault, there is a missing mkdir (workaround: mkdir /dev/.udev/ and retry). It will still fail on: mv /dev/.udevdb/ /dev/.udev/db/ Should be: mv /dev/.udevdb /dev/.udev/db I guess you probably noticed and/or fixed this, but

Bug#338637: slay: turns into a fork-bomb when used as non-root

2005-11-11 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: slay Version: 2.5 Severity: normal Tags: patch If, as user kilobyte I try to slay kilobyte, instead of the expected behaviour slay will instead keep forking $0 -KILL kilobyte. Patch: - # Misuse trap. - if [ $USER != $1 ] - then + # Misuse trap. + if [ $USER != $SLAYEE ] + then --

Bug#345480: xserver-xorg: vt switch changes console size to COLSx25

2005-12-31 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: xserver-xorg Version: 6.9.0.dfsg.1-1 Severity: normal I use a console size bigger than 80x25, and when I switch vt to a text console, the kernel's idea (ie, TIOC{S,G}WINSZ) about the console height gets set to 25, without touching the width. That is, if you use 100x40, the size will be

Bug#334526: already present in the udev package

2005-10-29 Thread Adam Borowski
The rule is already in /etc/udev/permissions.rules: udev (0.071-1) unstable; urgency=low * permissions.rules: added fuse group fuse. (Closes: #334439) -- /---\ Shh, be vewy, vewy quiet, | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | I'm hunting wuntime ewwows! \---/

Bug#334639: patch

2005-10-29 Thread Adam Borowski
udev can create /dev/fuse itself, so this patch does it only if udev is not in use. A device in /dev/.static/dev/ is created anyway, though, otherwise fuse would be broken if the user uninstalled udev. -- /---\ Shh, be vewy, vewy quiet, | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | I'm hunting

Bug#402546: libgd-gd2-noxpm-perl: depends on XPM

2006-12-11 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: libgd-gd2-noxpm-perl Version: 1:2.34-1 Severity: normal Package: libgd-gd2-noxpm-perl ^ Depends: libc6 (= 2.3.6-6), libfreetype6 (= 2.2), libgd2-noxpm (= 2.0.33) | libgd2-xpm (= 2.0.33), libjpeg62, libpng12-0 (= 1.2.8rel), libx11-6, libxpm4, zlib1g (= 1:1.2.1),

Bug#299771: Closing due to licensing issues

2006-09-19 Thread Adam Borowski
close 299771 thanks Since the state of other fonts in Debian has improved greatly, and there is still no news from antp's upstream, I'm closing this ITP. -- 1KB // Microsoft corollary to Hanlon's razor: // Never attribute to stupidity what can be

Bug#382438: bind9: please enable listening on IPv6 by default

2006-08-10 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: bind9 Version: 1:9.3.2-2 Severity: wishlist Tags: patch, ipv6 Hello. It appears that bind9 appears to be among the last services in Debian which are not IPv6-enabled by default. All the usual ones, like apache, apache2, sshd, exim4 or ntpd listen on IPv6 even in sarge. diff -Nurd

Bug#382985: teergrubes NATted connections due to mangled IPv4 checksums

2006-08-14 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: linux-image-2.6.16-2-xen-686 Version: 2.6.16-17 Severity: grave A recently added optimization skips checksums on all packets it believes are destined for another Xen domain inside the same box. Too bad, it is sometimes wrong -- an analysis can be found on

Bug#496803: util-vserver: system hang when shutting down host

2008-08-27 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: util-vserver Version: 0.30.216~r2772-1 Severity: grave Tags: patch Justification: causes non-serious data loss I'm afraid that /etc/init.d/util-vserver stop hangs if there is at least one guest running; it's usually called on host shutdown when it will block the whole system from

Bug#498134: (no subject)

2008-09-07 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: linux-image-2.6.26-1-vserver-686 Version: 2.6.26-4 Severity: important It appears that copy-on-write links don't always work, sometimes resulting in a lock up. They are supposed to work this way: echo foo a ln a b setattr --iunlink a # Now both files are immutable but will break away

Bug#465835: kernel-package: linux-headers-* depends on libc6 and ncurses

2008-02-15 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: kernel-package Version: 11.001-0.1 Severity: normal Hi! The -headers- package for kernels produced with make-kpkg depend on binary libraries even though there's not a single ELF file inside: === The following packages have unmet dependencies: linux-headers-2.6.22-vserver-kb1:

Bug#460568: ncdu: most non-ASCII characters are broken

2008-01-13 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: ncdu Version: 1.3-1 Severity: normal When a file or directory has non-ASCII characters in its name, most are mangled. For example /zdjęcia is displayed as /zdj�~Ycia. Yet, unlike most similar mangling I've seen, some characters get through unharmed, such as Polish ó or Japanese 女 or 人.

Bug#463645: compiz-core: assumes nvidia-settings is present

2008-02-01 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: compiz-core Version: 0.6.3~git20071222.061ff159-1 Severity: normal When starting compiz I get: /usr/bin/compiz: 364: nvidia-settings: not found [: 364: 65536: unexpected operator ... and indeed, /usr/bin/compiz in check_nvidia_memory() blindly uses whatever it returned without checking

Bug#464619: libtime-piece-perl: mangled characters in a manpage

2008-02-07 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: libtime-piece-perl Version: 1.11-2 Severity: minor The manpage for Time::Seconds has invalid chars in it, in Balázs Szabó's name. In Seconds.pm, they are given as U+FFFD (bad char marker). -- System Information: Debian Release: lenny/sid APT prefers unstable APT policy: (500,

Bug#464620: openswan: mangled manpages

2008-02-07 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: openswan Version: 1:2.4.9+dfsg-3+b1 Severity: minor Two of the included manpages, ipsec__updown(8) and ipsec_rsasigkey(8) are peppered with an invalid combination of âU+0080U+0099. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact [EMAIL

Bug#464678: gnome-applets: manpage for gnome-keyboard-layout(1) is mangled

2008-02-08 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: gnome-applets Version: 2.20.1-2 Severity: minor Hi! It appears that the manpage for gnome-keyboard-layout(1) is encoded twice, resulting in broken non-ASCII chars. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Bug#464675: manpages-es: manpage for mmap(2) contains broken chars

2008-02-08 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: manpages-es Version: 1.55-7 Severity: normal Hi! It appears that the manpage for mmap(2) contains a mixture of single- and double-encoded characters. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Bug#464680: snownews: italian manpage is mangled

2008-02-08 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: snownews Version: 1.5.7-7 Severity: minor Hi! I'm afraid that the italian version of the manpage contains invalid characters. In fact, all non-ASCII chars have been replaced with U+FFFD, the bad char marker. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of

Bug#460041: qemubuilder: breaks on wrong params

2008-01-10 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: qemubuilder Version: 0.44 Severity: minor The command-line args are not validated correctly. For example: Core was generated by `qemubuilder --build --mirror http://apt.angband.pl/ftp.pl.debian.org/debian'. Program terminated with signal 11, Segmentation fault. #0 0xb7e55f33 in

Bug#452235: qemu: silent data loss on 'savevm'

2007-11-21 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: qemu Version: 0.9.0+20070816-1 Severity: important If an error happens during 'savevm', there is no error message of any kind. For example, if there are insufficient permissions to save the machine's state (very likely as -daemonize silently chdirs to /), there is visual feedback in the

Bug#453041: de_LI: syntax error

2007-11-29 Thread Adam Borowski
Hi. You've probably noticed that already, but: when generating all locales, I get: de_DE.UTF-8... done de_DE.ISO-8859-1... done [EMAIL PROTECTED] done de_LI.UTF-8.../usr/share/i18n/locales/de_LI:73: LC_TELEPHONE: syntax error done de_LU.UTF-8... done de_LU.ISO-8859-1... done

Bug#462472: /etc/cron.daily/standard spams if no filesystem is ext2, ext3 or xfs

2008-01-24 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: cron Version: 3.0pl1-103 Severity: normal Because of recent changes to 'df', /etc/cron.daily/standard sends an error mail if none of the filesystems are ext2, ext3 or xfs. The error comes from the line: df -P --type=ext2 --type=ext3 --type=xfs which produces: df: no file systems

Bug#154520: int length

2008-01-25 Thread Adam Borowski
Here's a patch for int length issues. It also stops ttyrec from doing endianess tests every single time. -- 1KB // Microsoft corollary to Hanlon's razor: // Never attribute to stupidity what can be // adequately explained by malice. diff

Bug#450737: tcng: tcsim not included; half the functionality gone

2007-11-09 Thread Adam Borowski
On Fri, Nov 09, 2007 at 12:50:49PM -0700, Wesley J. Landaker wrote: The tcng project has two parts: tcng and tcsim. Right now, tcsim is not included in the package, which means that half the functionality of the package is ununsable. This is really annoying -- please enable and install tcsim.

Bug#445085: Sorbian!=Serbian

2007-11-13 Thread Adam Borowski
Uhm, that's wrong. This was not a typo, Sorbian _is_ a valid language that does happen to use ISO-8859-2. On the other hand, S_e_rbian uses Cyrillic which is not covered by 8859-2 -- yet to muddle the waters Serbian is sometimes written using Latin script (albeit it's usually called Croatian or

Bug#451463: tcng: FTBFS: Conflicting types for loff_t

2007-11-16 Thread Adam Borowski
On Thu, Nov 15, 2007 at 09:01:03PM -0500, Daniel Schepler wrote: From my pbuilder build log: ... cc -g -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes -Wmissing-prototypes -Wmissing-declarations -I../shared -DVERSION=\`cat ../VERSION`\ -DTOPDIR=\/tmp/buildd/tcng-10b\ -c -o f_fw.o f_fw.c In file included

Bug#451524: file: QEMU disk image sizes are shown as 32bit signed ints

2007-11-16 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: file Version: 4.21-3 Severity: minor Disk image files are very likely to be bigger than 2^31-2; in this case, their size is shown incorrectly: durthang:[~/farm]$ qemu-img create -f qcow2 sid 4G Formatting 'sid', fmt=qcow2, size=4194304 kB durthang:[~/farm]$ file sid sid: QEMU

Bug#293581: bzip2: Example provided in documentation causes data loss

2005-02-04 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: bzip2 Version: 1.0.2-3 Severity: normal The example code included in the documentation will silently drop the last block of data. The file /usr/share/doc/bzip2/manual_3.html contains the following example: FILE* f; BZFILE* b; int nBuf; charbuf[ /*

Bug#295489: openvt: race condition when not using -c

2005-02-15 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: console-tools Version: 1:0.2.3dbs-56 Severity: normal If you invoke openvt twice in rapid succession, it will often open the same VT twice, spawning two shells in it. -- System Information: Debian Release: 3.1 APT prefers unstable APT policy: (500, 'unstable'), (1, 'experimental')

Bug#295490: tintin++: Debian changelog is duplicated over the upstream one

2005-02-15 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: tintin++ Version: 1.93.7-1 Severity: minor /usr/share/doc/tintin++/changelog.gz and /usr/share/doc/tintin++/changelog.Debian.gz are identical (except for the compression level). Shouldn't changelog.gz be either the upstream changelog or at least be not there? (I know, I know, the

Bug#299771: ITP: ttf-antp -- Antykwa Poltawskiego font family

2005-03-16 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Adam Borowski [EMAIL PROTECTED] * Package name: ttf-antp Version : 0.51 Upstream Author : Bogus³aw Jackowski, Janusz M. Nowacki and Piotr Strzelczyk * URL : http://www.janusz.nowacki.strefa.pl/poltawski-e.html * License

Bug#299771: ITP: ttf-antp -- Antykwa Poltawskiego font family

2005-03-16 Thread Adam Borowski
On Wed, 16 Mar 2005, Frank Küster wrote: Miros/law Baran [EMAIL PROTECTED] schrieb: The font is included in the tetex-base package, along with other Type1 GUST-sponsored fonts (Antykwa Toru?ska etc.) - I think such a package will be redundant. Well, tetex-base only has the afm and pfb

Bug#306380: leafnode: postinst adds spurious lines to /etc/inetd.conf

2005-04-26 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: leafnode Version: 1.11.0.rel-1 Severity: normal Every time postinst is called (including upgrades), a new entry is added to /etc/inetd.conf. update-inetd will catch this problem, and ask the following question: ,- | Setting up leafnode (1.11.0.rel-1) ... | | WARNING!!

Bug#306380: leafnode: postinst adds spurious lines to /etc/inetd.conf

2005-04-26 Thread Adam Borowski
On Tue, 26 Apr 2005, Mark Brown wrote: Could you please supply your inetd.conf? # /etc/inetd.conf: see inetd(8) for further informations. # # Internet server configuration database # # # Lines starting with

Bug#306380: leafnode: postinst adds spurious lines to /etc/inetd.conf

2005-04-26 Thread Adam Borowski
On Tue, 26 Apr 2005, Mark Brown wrote: One other question, sorry: which inetd are you running (and which version)? I'll try to see if I can reproduce this tonight. netkit-inetd 0.10-10 (the version currently in testing) -- /---\ Shh, be vewy, vewy quiet, | [EMAIL

Bug#436168: fake scottish filter

2007-08-05 Thread Adam Borowski
be // adequately explained by malice. #!/usr/bin/perl -w # Fake scottish (dwarven) accent filter, by Adam Borowski, inspired by the # character Durkon from Order of the Stick by Rich Burlew. GPL, 2007. use strict; my @repl=qw( ^yes$:aye there:thar eir$:ar about:aboot

Bug#443181: joe: %a/%A work on bytes not chars

2007-09-19 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: joe Version: 3.5-1.1 Severity: normal %a and %A fields in the status bar (-lmsf, -rmsg) show only the first byte of any multibyte character (UTF-8, legacy Chinese/etc charsets, ...). This is useless, as there is no way to see the rest -- and you're not really supposed to be able to edit

Bug#274395: not a bug, at least not in WordStar mode (jstar)

2007-09-19 Thread Adam Borowski
Please not change this behaviour, as it how any other WordStar-compatible editor I know handles ^KB and ^KK. In fact, for old users, it's the only way they ever get rid of block selections, as ^KH is a modern addition. Of course, this argument applies only to the jstar mode, as joe itself

Bug#445958: vorbisgain: tramples upon mtimes

2007-10-09 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: vorbisgain Version: 0.36-3 Severity: normal Tags: patch When a file's metadata is updated, the mtime is changed to the current time. Whether this is correct or not is often a religious issue (metadata-vs-data), but, generally, all other tag-editing software choose to keep the timestamp.

Bug#445958: damn, forgotten the patch...

2007-10-09 Thread Adam Borowski
Oh well... and here's the patch... diff -Nurd vorbisgain-0.36/vorbis.c vorbisgain-0.36mtime/vorbis.c --- vorbisgain-0.36/vorbis.c 2007-10-09 12:04:52.0 +0200 +++ vorbisgain-0.36mtime/vorbis.c 2007-10-09 12:04:22.003508825 +0200 @@ -557,7 +557,8 @@ * message has been printed).

Bug#446245: ncurses-bin: libtic is missing

2007-10-11 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: ncurses-bin Version: 5.6+20071006-2 Severity: normal When trying to run 'clear', 'tput' and the like: | clear: error while loading shared libraries: libtic.so.5: cannot open shared | object file: No such file or directory According to apt-file, there's no such library in any package in

Bug#444704: ttyrec is not redundant

2007-10-12 Thread Adam Borowski
I would say that ttyrec is worth keeping. First, the RC bug(s) are trivially fixable, all it takes is changing a simple flag, a fix is in the BTS for five freaking years. Ttyrec is used quite a bit, especially among NetHack and MUD players, so at very least something which reads ttyrec's format

Bug#444704: ttyrec is not redundant

2007-10-15 Thread Adam Borowski
On Fri, Oct 12, 2007 at 05:11:07PM +0200, Lucas Nussbaum wrote: On 12/10/07 at 15:06 +0200, Adam Borowski wrote: I would say that ttyrec is worth keeping. Hi Adam, (I'm away for the weekend, sorry for the delay...) Would you be interested in maintaining ttyrec in Debian? Perhaps; it's

Bug#411588: cursor leaves weird artifacts in window titlebars

2007-08-02 Thread Adam Borowski
Hi! I finally found out a way to reproduce that bug in chameleon-cursor-theme you reported on a piece of hardware I have. The same thing happens on the non-free nvidia driver on beryl during scrolling with certain programs, xloadimage to name one. I was able to narrow it down: it appears the

Bug#441328: rhythmbox: please accept front.jpg as album artwork

2007-09-08 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: rhythmbox Version: 0.11.1-1 Severity: wishlist Tags: patch When Rhythmbox is looking for album artwork to display, it looks first in the directory the file is in for images named cover.*, folder.*, etc. It fails to accept random names, which is questionable -- but that's an

Bug#447946: manpages-es: manpages mangled because of wrong source encoding

2007-10-24 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: manpages-es Version: 1.55-6 Severity: important Hello. I see that you recoded all manpages to a broken data-loss causing encoding not even two weeks after basic UTF-8 support was added to man-db... From the changelog, I see this change was done on Sep 19 and only uploaded yesterday

Bug#407232: gucharmap: please store the last script used

2007-01-16 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: gucharmap Version: 1:1.6.0-1 Severity: wishlist At the moment, gucharmap always picks Arabic on start. The glyphs may be pretty and so on, but well, what do they mean? Hardly any person knows more than 1-3 scripts, so users are nearly certain to look only for characters in scripts they

Bug#410961: keyword bookmarks

2007-02-20 Thread Adam Borowski
I guess you could include some logic that says if a person enters a keyword for a bookmark that has a %s insert in it but doesn't supply a second string then ignore it, but it's not really worth it. That would result in an invalid URL, and thus cause either an error message, redirecting the

Bug#411588: cursor leaves weird artifacts in window titlebars

2007-02-21 Thread Adam Borowski
On Mon, Feb 19, 2007 at 03:52:51PM -0800, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Package: chameleon-cursor-theme Version: 0.5-1 Whenever the cursor moves across a title bar of a non-focused window it makes a dark block in the title bar around where the cursor is. It also leaves an artifact when

Bug#426702: dovecot-common: missing manpage

2007-05-30 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: dovecot-common Version: 1.0.rc15-2 Severity: normal There is no manpage even for the main binary (dovecot), forcing people to hunt around for basic info like command-line switches. Could you please at least incorporate the stuff from http://wiki.dovecot.org/CommandLine ? -- System

Bug#229357: Can we require build-arch/indep targets for lenny?

2007-07-03 Thread Adam Borowski
On Mon, Jul 02, 2007 at 09:26:23PM -0700, Steve Langasek wrote: I believe the attached patch has the following characteristics: - Behavior on systems where 'make' is not GNU make is undefined. Specifically, on such a system dpkg is likely to either conclude that /all/ packages support

Bug#229357: Can we require build-arch/indep targets for lenny?

2007-07-03 Thread Adam Borowski
On Tue, Jul 03, 2007 at 10:01:47AM -0700, Steve Langasek wrote: On Tue, Jul 03, 2007 at 09:54:03AM +0200, Adam Borowski wrote: So, an idea: what about checking make -f /dev/null blah 2/dev/null first, for some portability? What 'blah' are you planning to use that's guaranteed to not have

Bug#431014: Why won't you ship /usr/bin/gcc-snapshot?

2007-06-28 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: gcc-snapshot Version: 20070613-1 Severity: wishlist README.Debian says: .- | You might also like to use a shell script to wrap up this | funcationality, e.g. | | place in /usr/local/bin/gcc-snapshot and chmod +x it | | --- snip -- | #! /bin/sh |

Bug#312325: Happens on Intel Celerons, too.

2005-08-21 Thread Adam Borowski
Same happens on real i686: (cpuid output) Vendor ID: GenuineIntel; CPUID level 2 Intel-specific functions: Version 0660: Type 0 - Original OEM Family 6 - Pentium Pro Model 6 - Celeron Stepping 0 Reserved 0 Feature flags 0183f9ff: FPUFloating Point Unit VMEVirtual 8086 Mode

Bug#213361: Upgrading ITP

2005-09-14 Thread Adam Borowski
retitle 213361 ITP: kbtin -- A text-based MUD client tags 213361 patch thanks Upgrading the old ITP to the last public release. Packages uploaded to: deb-src http://mentors.debian.net/debian unstable main http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/k/kbtin/ (and SourceForge, sans the Closes:#

Bug#299771: Waiting for upstream

2005-09-14 Thread Adam Borowski
tags 299771 - patch tags 299771 + upstream thanks Asking upstream again about a proper license text... -- /---\ Shh, be vewy, vewy quiet, | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | I'm hunting wuntime ewwows! \---/ Segmentation fault (core dumped) -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email

Bug#489046: findutils: find -execdir + doesn't work anymore

2008-07-02 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: findutils Version: 4.4.0-2 Severity: important The current version of find in unstable will invoke the command specified in -execdir + once for every file found -- as if it was -execdir \;. Should be: find -execdir echo '{}' + ./abc ./def ./ghi Is: find -execdir echo '{}' + ./abc ./def

Bug#362248: nvidia-glx: 8756 reads monitor's EDID incorrectly

2006-04-12 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: nvidia-glx Version: 1.0.8756-4 Severity: normal After upgrading from 8178, X won't access any higher-resolution modes, and in lower modes, only slowest refresh rates can be set. However, adding: Option UseEDID 0 to Section Device in xorg.conf fixes the problem.

Bug#363598: udev should conflict with ifrename

2006-04-20 Thread Adam Borowski
On Thu, 20 Apr 2006, Gabor Gombas wrote: On Thu, Apr 20, 2006 at 11:12:58AM +0200, Marco d'Itri wrote: Result: programs run after ifrename (like ifupdown...) will get the old name. So what? The user deliberately asked for it. Also it seems easy to write an udev rule to replace

Bug#366297: linda: config-too-old check is bogus

2006-05-06 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: linda Version: 0.3.21 Severity: normal On this package: dget http://angband.pl/debian/kbtin/kbtin_1.0.7-1.dsc (aptable from angband or mentors), linda reports: W: kbtin; The file config.guess contains a timestamp line that is less than 2002. W: kbtin; The file config.sub contains a

Bug#366482: ITP: dnscruft -- feeds Bind a list of domains as useful as doubleclick.com or less

2006-05-08 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Adam Borowski [EMAIL PROTECTED] * Package name : dnscruft Version : 0.20060508-1 * URL : file://home/kilobyte/dnscruft/ Initial packages : http://angband.pl/debian/dnscruft/ Apt : deb[-src] http://angband.pl

Bug#361518: it works except for sarge

2006-05-14 Thread Adam Borowski
Hello. I've looked around, and it appears that the permissions are set just fine, both in the case when udev is used, and when it's not. With one exception, that is: new kernel, backported fuse, sarge udev. However, it seems that Andreas is using unstable (albeit mixed with sarge). Do you

Bug#367348: mc: bytes and count totals during copy clamped to 2GB

2006-05-15 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: mc Version: 1:4.6.1-2 Severity: minor When the total amount of data to be copied exceeds 2GB, the bytes total will reach 100% somewhere in the middle of the transfer, at a point that appears on a glance to be at 2GB. Mysteriously, the count bar will be stuck at 100% at the same time,

Bug#358003: ITP: ttf-dzongkha -- TrueType fonts for Dzongkha language

2006-03-26 Thread Adam Borowski
On Sun, 26 Mar 2006, Lars Wirzenius wrote: su, 2006-03-26 kello 04:11 -0600, Peter Samuelson kirjoitti: OTOH, if you have no idea what language or what country the font pertains to, why would you want that font? It is not inconceivable that one could stumble on a document from Bhutan, and

Bug#360158: pound: IPv6 support would be nice

2006-03-30 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: pound Severity: wishlist Are there any news about upcoming support for IPv6? Is anyone working on it? If no one is, what would be the best form for patches (a glance shows that patches would be quite intrusive as Pound seems to make quite a few assumptions about IPv4)? (I'm not

Bug#360162: exim4-config: IPv6 localhost (::1) is not parsed properly

2006-03-30 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: exim4-config Version: 4.60-5 Severity: normal The debconf question says: . | Enter a colon-separated list of IP-addresses to listen on. You need to | double the colons in IPv6 addresses (e.g. 5f03::1200::836f). ... ` However, it should really say colon and space separated,

Bug#365353: missing debconf template: xserver-xorg/config/inputdevice/mouse/zaxismapping

2006-04-29 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: xserver-xorg Version: 1:7.0.15 Severity: grave Justification: renders package uninstallable The debconf question xserver-xorg/config/inputdevice/mouse/zaxismapping is needed by xserver-xorg's preinst, yet its template is missing. Without it, installation fails on new installs unless

Bug#360162: exim4-config: IPv6 localhost (::1) is not parsed properly

2006-04-29 Thread Adam Borowski
On Sat, 29 Apr 2006, Marc Haber wrote: I intend to go with spec.txt 6.19 and change the separator to a semicolon: local_interfaces = ; 127.0.0.1 ; ::1 I'll change update-exim4.conf to the following behavior: for the values of dc_local_interfaces and dc_relay_nets, if a Semicolon is found in

Bug#360665: yaird: renders system unbootable on jfs root with iocharset=utf8

2006-04-03 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: yaird Version: 0.0.12-9 Severity: important With the following line in fstab: /dev/hda1 / jfs defaults,errors=remount-ro,iocharset=utf8 0 1 yaird produces images which fail on boot with: JFS: charset not found Removing iocharset for just the moment of running yaird then putting it

Bug#345480: console size going AxB - Ax25 on vt switch

2006-04-05 Thread Adam Borowski
From Gregor Zattler [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I use a Matrox G400 card with 32 MB Ram and have the exact same symptoms using SVGATextMode with 132x43. When using the console after starting X I can only use the upper 25 columns. Thus my input and the computers output scoll the upper 25 lines while the

Bug#213361: ITP: kbtin -- A text-based MUD client

2006-04-08 Thread Adam Borowski
On Sun, 2 Apr 2006, Bart Martens wrote: Hello Adam, Hello. Instead of fixing just the problems you pointed out (thanks!), I've taken the time to prepare a new release, with long overdue stuff like UTF-8 support or IPv6. I see that linda complains about this: W: kbtin; The file

Bug#350889: pure-ftpd-mysql: any problems with a home dir will allow rw to the entire filesystem

2006-02-01 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: pure-ftpd-mysql Version: 1.0.19-4 Severity: normal Tags: security If anything bad happens to an user's home directory (deleted, not mounted, database not in sync with its master, etc), pure-ftpd will allow r to the entire filesystem, and w to whatever place the given user can write to

Bug#345480: COLSx25: gone for me since X7.0

2006-06-20 Thread Adam Borowski
From Gregor Zattler [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I use a Matrox G400 card with 32 MB Ram and have the exact same symptoms using SVGATextMode with 132x43. When using the console after starting X I can only use the upper 25 columns. Thus my input and the computers output scoll the upper 25 lines while

Bug#374888: subversion: after a failed commit, it would be nice to start with the old log message

2006-06-21 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: subversion Version: 1.3.2-3 Severity: wishlist If a commit fails for any reason, the log message is saved as svn-commit{,.2,.3,...}.tmp, yet it is never reused. The obvious thing would be to start the editor with the old message if run in the interactive mode. After all, it's a lot

Bug#371873: ssmtp: IPv6 numeric addresses don't work

2006-06-07 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: ssmtp Version: 2.61-6kb2 Severity: normal Tags: patch It's nice to see that the upcoming version enables IPv6 support, however, the issue of numeric IPv6 addresses is still open. So, here's a patch. I used URL-style method of escaping: [1:2::3] -- IMO it's much cleaner than exim4-style

Bug#376431: ITP: openwatcom -- C/C++ compiler and IDE that produce efficient, portable code

2006-07-02 Thread Adam Borowski
On Sun, Jul 02, 2006 at 06:17:20PM -0400, Jason Spiro wrote: * Package name: openwatcom * License : Sybase Open Watcom Public License 1.0 (it is OSI-approved) Oops... it looks like OSI smoked something especially bad this time, I'm afraid. This license looks like someone took his

Bug#376431: Is the Sybase Open Watcom License ok?

2006-07-05 Thread Adam Borowski
On Tue, Jul 04, 2006 at 12:44:35AM +0100, MJ Ray wrote: 12.1 Termination. This License and the rights granted hereunder will terminate: [...] (c) automatically without notice if You, at any time during the term of this License, commence an action for patent infringement (including as

Bug#349457: ssmtp and IPv6

2006-06-03 Thread Adam Borowski
Even though it was well known before that ssmtp has working but just not enabled support for IPv6, it appears that somehow no one bothered noting this fact in the bug log; Magnus Holmgren did it just a few days ago. I'm guilty myself, too: I have ssmtp with --enable-inet6 on most boxes for several

Bug#380027: libgii1-target-x: missing Conflicts: or Replaces: on libgii0-target-x

2006-07-26 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: libgii1-target-x Version: 1:1.0.1-1 Severity: normal Selecting previously deselected package libgii1-target-x. Unpacking libgii1-target-x (from .../libgii1-target-x_1%3a1.0.1-1_i386.deb) ... dpkg: error processing /var/cache/apt/archives/libgii1-target-x_1%3a1.0.1-1_i386.deb (--unpack):

Bug#363442: libc6-xen should not conflict with any other libc6-$flavor

2006-07-26 Thread Adam Borowski
On Fri, Apr 21, 2006 at 02:15:16PM +0200, Gabor Gombas wrote: On Wed, Apr 19, 2006 at 01:02:59PM -0500, Adam Heath wrote: I'm ready to upload xen 3.0.2, with a dependency on libc6-xen. IMHO just go ahead with the upload :-) The removal of the other optimized flavors due to the conflict with

Bug#368371: ITP: gp2c -- PARI/GP GP to C compiler

2006-05-22 Thread Adam Borowski
On Mon, May 22, 2006 at 12:29:42AM +0200, Bill Allombert wrote: On Sun, May 21, 2006 at 10:18:19PM +0200, Nacho Barrientos Arias wrote: IMHO, pari-gp-c or pari-gp2c could be better than 'gp2c' to avoid this namespace pollution, at your option. Good catch, I will consider this option. gp2c

Bug#368530: joe: Mail would be better word-wrapped at 70 columns.

2006-05-22 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: joe Version: 3.3-5 Severity: wishlist Could you please set the default -rmargin for mail (*tmp/mutt-*) to 70 columns, as prescribed by the Netiquette? With the current default of 77, lines quoted multiple times by users of lesser editors/mailers without proper reformatting capabilities

Bug#368758: ITP: sdl.net -- .NET bindings for the SDL gaming library

2006-05-25 Thread Adam Borowski
On Wed, May 24, 2006 at 07:58:12PM +0200, Sam Hocevar (Debian packages) wrote: Description : .NET bindings for the SDL gaming library SDL.NET is a set of object-oriented CLS-compliant .NET bindings for the SDL gaming library and provides [...] I'm afraid this desc would suggest that

Bug#368530: joe: Mail would be better word-wrapped at 70 columns.

2006-05-25 Thread Adam Borowski
On Tue, 23 May 2006, Josip Rodin wrote: On Mon, May 22, 2006 at 10:27:04PM +0200, Adam Borowski wrote: Could you please set the default -rmargin for mail (*tmp/mutt-*) to 70 columns, as prescribed by the Netiquette? With the current default of 77, lines quoted multiple times by users of lesser

Bug#377939: ITP: vtgamma -- gamma correction for Linux console

2006-07-11 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Adam Borowski [EMAIL PROTECTED] * Package name: vtgamma Upstream Author : myself * URL : http://angband.pl/viewvc/vtgamma/trunk/ * License : Public Domain Description : gamma correction for Linux console This tool can apply

Bug#378112: ITP: gzrt -- gzip recovery toolkit

2006-07-16 Thread Adam Borowski
On Sun, Jul 16, 2006 at 10:11:41AM +0200, Thijs Kinkhorst wrote: On Sun, 2006-07-16 at 13:14 +0800, Paul Wise wrote: I will drop the version from the description and add cpio to the suggests. I added the suggestion to the description because I guess that .tar.gz will be the most

Bug#378563: colordiff: causes lossage if the diff is redirected

2006-07-17 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: colordiff Version: 1.0.4-4 Severity: important Tags: patch Hello. If the output is not a terminal (like, when using diff to make a patch), colordiff will still happily colorize the output. This is bad if diff is an alias to colordiff, as suggested in the manpage. The fix is simple:

Bug#378563: colordiff: causes lossage if the diff is redirected

2006-07-17 Thread Adam Borowski
On Mon, Jul 17, 2006 at 07:22:11PM +0100, Dave Ewart wrote: On Monday, 17.07.2006 at 15:30 +0200, Adam Borowski wrote: Hello. If the output is not a terminal (like, when using diff to make a patch), colordiff will still happily colorize the output. This is bad if diff is an alias

Bug#378746: ITP: chameleon-cursor-theme -- a modern but not gaudy X11 mouse theme

2006-07-18 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Adam Borowski [EMAIL PROTECTED] * Package name: chameleon-cursor-theme [1] Version : 0.5-1 Upstream Author : Giuseppe Benigno ebengio (at) gmail.com * URL : http://www.{gnome,kde,xfce[2]}-look.org/content/show.php?content=38459

Bug#378563: colordiff: causes lossage if the diff is redirected

2006-07-19 Thread Adam Borowski
On Wed, Jul 19, 2006 at 07:24:40PM +0100, Dave Ewart wrote: +exec /usr/bin/diff,@ARGV unless -t STDOUT; It's not as simple as that, though: the above will fail if colordiff (or 'diff' if aliased to colordiff) is used in a pipe. In other words, this is an incomplete fix. Uhm, isn't the

Bug#376103: data loss is _always_ grave

2006-07-20 Thread Adam Borowski
severity 376103 grave thanks This is a _data loss_ bug. And thus, it cannot have any severity other than grave, end of story. You cannot assume that an important attribute like the timestamp won't ever change outside of your control. It is an information to the _user_ that says what was the

Bug#379443: FTBFS: lacks b-d on gnome-pkg-tools

2006-07-23 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: industrial-cursor-theme Version: 0.6.1 Severity: serious debian/rules:3: /usr/share/gnome-pkg-tools/1/rules/uploaders.mk: No such file or directory make: *** No rule to make target `/usr/share/gnome-pkg-tools/1/rules/uploaders.mk'. Stop. Adding a Build-Depends: on gnome-pkg-tools

Bug#467249: FW by [EMAIL PROTECTED] : Bug#467249: man-db: over sensitive on the spell of locale

2008-02-28 Thread Adam Borowski
On Thu, Feb 28, 2008 at 10:42:30AM +0100, Michelle Konzack wrote: Hello Maintainers, It seems there is a common problem while setting up the correct UNICODE locale in systems. As the posster in the attached message has written, he has setup his locale to zh_CN.utf8 which is wrong, but as he

Bug#467249: man-db/groff and locales

2008-02-28 Thread Adam Borowski
On Thu, Feb 28, 2008 at 10:10:32PM +, brian m. carlson wrote: On Thu, Feb 28, 2008 at 09:30:55PM +, Colin Watson wrote: On Thu, Feb 28, 2008 at 09:21:41PM +0100, Adam Borowski wrote: man-db really does have some special-casing here. Trust me. It was necessary at the time

Bug#467249: man-db/groff and locales

2008-03-02 Thread Adam Borowski
I see that my (inept but working) patches are not welcome right now. So, I'll leave groff alone; just let me answer the issues raised. On Sat, Mar 01, 2008 at 11:56:28PM +, Colin Watson wrote: On Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 12:32:29AM +0100, Adam Borowski wrote: On Thu, Feb 28, 2008 at 10:10

Bug#467313: apt: if action is build-dep, please default APT::Install-Recommends to 0

2008-02-24 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: apt Version: 0.7.11 Severity: wishlist The (quite) recent change to Recommends means on apt-get install, Recommends will be installed. This makes sense, and has been argued to death. Yet, there are actions where installing only the bare minimum would be better -- such as build-dep for

Bug#439444: cc1: error: /tmp/buildd/tcng-10b/include/default.tc

2008-03-08 Thread Adam Borowski
Hi! On Fri, Mar 07, 2008 at 04:50:34PM -0800, Jeff W wrote: Any update with this bug? Yeah. While I may not be the fastest bug-fixer myself, I've been trying to get a sponsored upload which should fix this one for quite some time... I am now suddenly and without explanation running into

Bug#394646: please upload this...

2008-03-12 Thread Adam Borowski
Hi. Sorry for nagging, but could you please apply this simple fix in a subsequent upload? Having to manually edit every single new lenny/unstable install is annoying... and having an own version of cron in a private repository is not a real fix either. I know that it's not even you who was

Bug#472178: qemu-launcher: some feedback about kqemu's presence would be nice

2008-03-22 Thread Adam Borowski
Package: qemu-launcher Version: 1.7.4-1 Severity: wishlist Hi! What about some feedback whether kqemu is installed and operative (ie, /dev/kqemu is accessible by the current user)? Right now the launcher shows only a radio button for Acceleration: enable which simply ignores any errors. It

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