[Touch-packages] [Bug 1842133] Re: findutils shows wrong version number

2019-09-08 Thread Andreas Metzler
> I could submit a bug report against the upstream findutils component. Should I do so? No please don't, there is no point. As noted above less old versions in Debian (and Ubuntu) already report a more helpful version string. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of

[Touch-packages] [Bug 1842133] Re: findutils shows wrong version number

2019-09-01 Thread Andreas Metzler
First off: Ubuntu/Debian do not ship "patched version of the GNU findutils package [...] based on release 4.6.0". The ship a GIT snapshot. e.g. 4.6.0+git+20170828-2 is upstream GIT as of 2017-08-28. /usr/share/doc/findutils/changelog.Debian.gz even has the full respective GIT revision.

[Touch-packages] [Bug 1786625] Re: "find" command throws nonsense error message

2018-10-21 Thread Andreas Metzler
Hello, If you run "find . -name *.txt" in a directory containing foo.txt and bar.txt then the shell expands *.txt before executing find, i.e. you would be running "find . -name foo.txt bar.txt" which produces a syntax error. Either quote ('*.txt') or escape (\*.txt) the argument. Closing. **

[Touch-packages] [Bug 1793668] Re: xargs gives "[: err: unexpected operator" on Ubuntu but not Centos

2018-10-21 Thread Andreas Metzler
Hello, tst is a shell script that does specify which interpreter should be used and therefore the system falls back to try /bin/sh. However the script is using bash extensions ([ "$1" == "" ]) which won't work with *any* sh-type shell. Debian is using dash as /bin/sh and there an error is

[Touch-packages] [Bug 1648634] Re: opencryptoki breaks p11-kit

2017-06-04 Thread Andreas Metzler
This is Debian's https://bugs.debian.org/860903 which will hopefully be fixed by changing opencryptoki https://bugs.debian.org/864052 ** Bug watch added: Debian Bug tracker #860903 http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=860903 ** Bug watch added: Debian Bug tracker #864052

[Touch-packages] [Bug 1681103] Re: /etc/cron.daily/locate script runs as wrong user

2017-04-16 Thread Andreas Metzler
> "updatedb" script runs as nobody a lot of files can't be indexed because > nobody hasn't the right > to view all system files. And that is a good thing. The locate-database is public. It must not contain data that is not public, i.e. contents of directories that cannot be listed by

[Touch-packages] [Bug 1364492] Re: findutils uses nearly 100% CPU and memory resources

2017-02-21 Thread Andreas Metzler
Fixed in Debian. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Touch seeded packages, which is subscribed to findutils in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1364492 Title: findutils uses nearly 100% CPU and memory resources Status in findutils package in

[Touch-packages] [Bug 1347788] Re: find crashed when current working directory is not readable and -exec or -execdir used

2016-02-12 Thread Andreas Metzler
Dave Chiluk (chiluk) wrote on 2016-01-07: #11 > Findutils just released a new blessed stable version 4.6.0 [...] > What are the chances of getting this included into xenial? Xenial is now at > 4.6. (4.6.0+git+20160126-2 ) -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of

[Touch-packages] [Bug 1385813] Re: find -size -Nk seems to be off by 1

2015-06-14 Thread Andreas Metzler
The -size -nX check works like this: How many units sized one X each is the file using, a) less than n or b) at least n Therefore -size -1M or -size -1k or -size -1c all match only empty files. A 1025 byte sized file uses two 1K-units (it has to, there is only space for 1024 bytes