[Bug 1915205] Re: CVE-2020-9366

2021-02-09 Thread Axel Beckert
Actually this never made it into any LTS release as only 4.7.x versions
were affected and 18.04 has a 4.6.x version and 20.04 has 4.8.0.

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[Bug 1915205] Re: CVE-2020-9366

2021-02-09 Thread Axel Beckert
Marking as "fix release" as Ubuntu already has 4.8.0-1.

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[Bug 1796034] Re: lubuntu 18.10 falkon nouveau test on qutebrowser crashed with SIGSEGV in __GI_____strtoul_l_internal()

2021-01-30 Thread Axel Beckert
I assume that since https://bugs.debian.org/910317 is fixed for a long
time, this issue is no more present either.

Please file a new bug report if you still can reproduce this (or seeming
identical) issues in recent versions of qutebrowser, e.g. 1.14.1 or
2.0.1 and above.

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[Bug 1723392] Re: Please update backuppc to 4.x release (now 4.2.1) - major improvements and lots of bugfixes

2021-01-02 Thread Axel Beckert
4.4.0-2 is in hirsute-proposed (and in Debian Testing).

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[Bug 1907932] Re: irqtop emits a warning

2020-12-12 Thread Axel Beckert
Note: The cited commit and "fix" was in the package ruby, but the
problem in ruby-curses still exists as ruby only silenced the
deprecation warnings by default.

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- irqtop emits a warning
+ ruby-curses: Emits warning: "rb_safe_level will be removed in Ruby 3.0", 
affects at least irqtop

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[Bug 1907932] Re: irqtop emits a warning

2020-12-12 Thread Axel Beckert
This is an issue in ruby-curses, not irqtop. See https://bugs.debian.org
/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=958973

Interestingly this no more happens on Debian Unstable/Testing. This
seems to have fixed upstream a few months ago:

commit df3f52a6331f1a47af9933b77311a8650727d8d1
  Author: nagachika 
  Date:   2020-09-29 22:43:25 +0900

merge revision(s) 996af2ce086249e904b2ce95ab2fcd1de7d757be:
[Backport #16345] [Backport #17000]

Disable deprecation warning by the default [Feature #16345]

And `-w` option turns it on.

That commit likely made it into ruby 2.7.2, which hit Debian Unstable in
mid-October 2020.

Nevertheless this obviously needs to be fixed in ruby-curses.

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   Importance: Undecided
   Status: New

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[Bug 1900008] Re: Sessions of screen does not keep running in background

2020-10-19 Thread Axel Beckert
@paelzer: This does not sound like exiting the last shell inside the
screen session but closing the xterm/gnome-terminal/lxterminal etc. it
is running in. (Back to "New" for that.)

So in the end this sounds a lot like one of these annoying systemd bugs,
e.g. similar to https://bugs.debian.org/825394, especially with these
systemd messages.

Could though also be the terminal itself, depending on which terminal is
actually being used. Never heard of such a case so far, though. So in
which terminal did this happen? (Might though validate an "Incomplete"
again for this question. Unsure.)

** Changed in: screen (Ubuntu)
   Status: Incomplete => New

** Changed in: screen (Ubuntu)
   Status: New => Incomplete

** Changed in: screen (Ubuntu)
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[Bug 1888280] Re: dctrl-tools should be dependency of debian-goodies

2020-07-20 Thread Axel Beckert
Nope. It's exactly as it should be for packages with a collection of
small tools like e.g. debian-goodies or devscripts:

* Dependencies of all or at least most tools are in Depends.
* Hard dependencies which just appear in one or very few tools are in 
Recommends. (Other tools in the package are still usable then and if you only 
need them, there must to be a way to not install dependencies of the other, 
unused tools.)
* Optional dependencies of any tool are just in Suggests.

Besides:

* Recommends are installed by default. As you've shown, you explicitly
need to disable them to get into that situation. And as the
documentation (at least Debian's) says: You're then on your own if
something doesn't work because of that.

* The package description explains very verbose which tool needs which
of the Recommends and Suggests.

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[Bug 1883983] Re: MD5 is comprehensively broken at this point

2020-06-17 Thread Axel Beckert
debsums uses MD5 because dpkg uses MD5.

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   Importance: Undecided
   Status: New

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   Importance: Unknown
   Status: Unknown

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[Bug 1882366] Re: After Installed Oh My Zsh, in taskbar shortcut icon widgets dont have icons and can't open.

2020-06-06 Thread Axel Beckert
On a first glance, this looks more like an issue in oh-my-zsh than in
zsh.

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[Bug 1875242] Re: Do not fail if using fping6 with -6 flag

2020-04-27 Thread Axel Beckert
Uploaded the fix to Debian Unstable. Should reach Ubuntu Groovy via
automatic sync from Debian Unstable.

** Changed in: fping (Ubuntu)
   Status: New => Fix Committed

** Changed in: fping (Ubuntu)
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[Bug 1873423] Re: package zsh-common 5.8-3ubuntu1 failed to install/upgrade: conffile difference visualiser subprocess returned error exit status 127

2020-04-17 Thread Axel Beckert
It's not your .zshrc (which would be in your home directory) but the
system's /etc/zsh/zshrc which has been deleted and tried to compare.

This issue seems though unrelated to the deletion of /etc/zsh/zshrc,
with which at coped properly:

Configuration file '/etc/zsh/zshrc'
 ==> Deleted (by you or by a script) since installation.
 ==> Package distributor has shipped an updated version.

It seems not a zsh issue at all but a general release upgrade issue
which just happened to happen while handling conffiles of the package
zsh-common:

*** zshrc (Y/I/N/O/D/Z) [default=N] ? d
sh: 1: pager: not found
diff: standard output: Broken pipe

So for some reason, /usr/bin/pager (or /bin/pager or so) was not
available during the release upgrade. /usr/bin/pager is usually
/etc/alternatives/pager. Unfortunately, I have not really an idea
against which package this could have caused. Reassigning to ubuntu-
release-upgrader-core for now.

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[Bug 1098531] Re: Wrong path to global config files mentioned in man page

2020-02-16 Thread Axel Beckert
This has been fixed in 5.2-3ubuntu1 (i.e. with Yakkety) when these
ubuntu-specific changes were dropped:

* Drop yodl from Build-Depends.
* prebuild docs.


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[Bug 1098531] Re: Wrong path to global config files mentioned in man page

2020-02-16 Thread Axel Beckert
** Tags added: xenial

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[Bug 1860323] Re: fping not working if ipv6 is disabled

2020-01-20 Thread Axel Beckert
> There seems to be a fix on github... (since july 2018!)

Yes, and according to the fping version you mentioned, you're running
Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic from _April_ 2018. So that Ubuntu release was
released before the bug was fixed upstream.

Upgrading to a more recent version of Ubuntu will fix this as this is
fixed in package version 4.1-1 and all later and supported versions of
Ubuntu do have at least 4.2-1.

So this bug is more or less fixed—also in Ubuntu—from the general point
of view. It's just not fixed in Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic. But since this
neither a severe nor a security issue, chances that the fix gets
backported to 18.04 are not very high.

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[Bug 1860323] Re: fping not working if ipv6 is disabled

2020-01-20 Thread Axel Beckert
** Tags added: bionic

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[Bug 1859314] Re: aptitude deletes drivers manager(?)

2020-01-12 Thread Axel Beckert
** Changed in: aptitude (Ubuntu)
   Status: New => Incomplete

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Re: [Bug 1859314] [NEW] aptitude deletes drivers manager(?)

2020-01-12 Thread Axel Beckert
Hi,

Launchpad Bug Tracker wrote:
> 4) script doing autojob (renewing packages since you are connected
> to internet.

Can you provide this script? Or is it a part of some package? There's
a chance that this is the culprit.

> 5) aftermath (after instalation) instal aptitude because some pro
> said  "aptitude is better than apt"

If that is true or untrue depends heavily on your use-case and can't
be said generally. Both tools have their adavantages and
disadvantages. (Saying this with my aptitude package maintainer hat
on.)

Which tool is better suited for you depends mostly on this things:

*  If you want

   - a TUI, or
   - want to manually interfere with dependency resolution, or
   - want to be able to match packages with patterns on package
 properties, or
   - want to use debtags to select or find package,

   then aptitude is the right tool for you. But these features come
   with one drawback: aptitude takes a moment to read (and later save)
   all the data it needs to provide these features, i.e. it's the
   slowest of the mentioned tools.

* If you prefer

  - solely the commandline,
  - prefer a fast program, and
  - don't want to change the proposed dependency resolutions, and
  - don't care about a still occasionally changing UI, CLI and output
format,

  then apt (the command) is for you.

* If you want to

  - have a stable UI, CLI and output format
  - script things,
  - don't need aptitude's pattern matching for that, and
  - prefer fast programs

  then apt-get, apt-cache and friends (from the apt package) are the
  best tools for you.

Additionally the defaults for all three options are slightly
different, especially wrt. to automatically removing packages, but
also wrt. progress bars, colored output, stable UI/API, etc.

> 7) try to install mc --> aptitude install mc
> 8) aptitude offering you to UNinstall all proprietary drivers while u just 
> want to install mc ...

One difference between apt-get, apt and aptitude (with default
settings) is that apt-get does not remove unused packages
automatically but just warns about them. aptitude uninstalls them by
default and apt IIRC does something inbetween. In all tools, this
setting can be changed, either on the commandline, in configuration
files and in aptitude also in the TUI.

But the main question in this case is:

_What_ marked those drivers as "automatically installed"?

None of the tools does this unless these packages were pulled in as a
dependency while installing other packages or if the admin explicitly
set this flag. (They all share the same database for these flags.)

So something must have set that "automatically installed" flag,
otherwise aptitude wouldn't have removed them automatically.

This can also be seen in the occurrences of "NOT USED" in the provided
log.

I currently see only two possibilities:

1. The above mentioned, but unknown script fiddled with the
   "automatically installed" flag, e.g. via "apt-mark auto".

2. The installation image already contained these flags for some
   reason, but since apt-get (and partially apt) doesn't automatically
   remove these packages, the creator of the image didn't care about
   these flags and this only surfaced when aptitude was used.

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[Bug 1853458] Re: "host not found" when navigating to dev.lemmy.ml

2019-11-21 Thread Axel Beckert
I can confirm this behaviour with any hostname I tried (including e.g.
www.google.com).

The "problem" seems the interaction between links2 and "torsocks" (and
also "torify" which does more or less the same).

It surely not a DNS or TLD detection issue, because both, "links2
https://dev.lemmy.ml/communities/page/1; as well as "links2 -socks-proxy
localhost:9050 -only-proxies 1 https://dev.lemmy.ml/communities/page/1;
(which is the official way of using links2 with Tor).

And "tor-resolve dev.lemmy.ml" works as expected, too.

It is though currently unclear to me, _why_ links2 doesn't seem to work
with "torsocks" or "torify".

** Changed in: links2 (Ubuntu)
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Re: [Bug 1851925] Re: Fresh install of aptitude is broken - missing dependency?

2019-11-10 Thread Axel Beckert
Hi,

NeilGreenwood wrote:
> That was indeed the problem, which is why i marked this bug as invalid.

Yeah, sorry, your second mail and my question crossed each other. I
only read your second mail after I'd sent my mail.

That's also why I corrected the state afterwards.

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[Bug 1851925] Re: Fresh install of aptitude is broken - missing dependency?

2019-11-09 Thread Axel Beckert
** Changed in: aptitude (Ubuntu)
   Status: Incomplete => Invalid

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[Bug 1851925] Re: Fresh install of aptitude is broken - missing dependency?

2019-11-09 Thread Axel Beckert
I'm sorry, but I can't reproduce this issue in a clean 18.04 chroot:

aptitude is installed at version 0.8.10-6ubuntu1, too, and has a
dependency on libsigc++-2.0-0v5 (version 2.10.0-2 installed as in your
case) which contains /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libsigc-2.0.so.0.

And aptitude works for me.

Can you run "dpkg -C libsigc++-2.0-0v5" to check if all files of that
package are there and undamaged?

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[Bug 920968] Re: samba: FTBFS on Lucid with pbuilder or as user plus fakeroot: configure: WARNING: unrecognized options: --without-smbmount

2019-10-18 Thread Axel Beckert
** Summary changed:

- FTBFS on Lucid with pbuilder or as user plus fakeroot: configure: WARNING: 
unrecognized options: --without-smbmount
+ samba: FTBFS on Lucid with pbuilder or as user plus fakeroot: configure: 
WARNING: unrecognized options: --without-smbmount

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[Bug 1832377] Re: Cannot handle firmware requirement not-child

2019-07-12 Thread Axel Beckert
** Bug watch added: Debian Bug tracker #931794
   https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=931794

** Also affects: fwupd (Debian) via
   https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=931794
   Importance: Unknown
   Status: Unknown

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[Bug 1832377] Re: Cannot handle firmware requirement not-child

2019-07-12 Thread Axel Beckert
@superm1: #1820768 looks completely unrelated to me. Additionally, this
still happens with 1.2.6-1 as currently in Debian Unstable.

This issue has been fixed upstream in
https://github.com/hughsie/fwupd/pull/1144 (Original upstream bug report
at https://github.com/hughsie/fwupd/issues/1139)

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[Bug 1830047] Re: iptables-netflow 2.3-5ubuntu1 ADT test failure with linux 5.2.0-0.1

2019-05-22 Thread Axel Beckert
Compilation with kernel 5.1 has been fixed upstream in
https://github.com/aabc/ipt-
netflow/commit/fd37b58a81c3df1f375fe784547b77b7a9d1ebc4.

I don't know if this also fixes compilation with kernel 5.2 (i.e. if
#1827106 really is a duplicate of this bug).

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[Bug 1827106] Re: iptables-netflow 2.3-5ubuntu1 ADT test failure with linux 5.1.0-1.1

2019-05-22 Thread Axel Beckert
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1830047 ***
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1830047

This has been fixed upstream in https://github.com/aabc/ipt-
netflow/commit/fd37b58a81c3df1f375fe784547b77b7a9d1ebc4.

I don't know if this also fixes compilation with kernel 5.2.

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[Bug 1792544] Re: demotion of pcre3 (8.x) a.k.a pcre (without the 3) in favor of pcre2 (10.x)

2019-05-01 Thread Axel Beckert
zsh is not really fixed. Please see the changelog entry of 5.6.2-3 which
states:

  * [92175749] Revert "Switch from the deprecated libpcre3 to the newer
(!) libpcre2." libpcre2 is not a drop-in replacement and not detected
by zsh's configure script. (Closes: #909084, reopens LP#1792544)

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Re: [Bug 1819949] Re: ZSH not working

2019-03-19 Thread Axel Beckert
Hi Mohammad,

Mohammad Shoriful Islam Ronju wrote:
> ~/.zshenv is not there. debsums was not installed. I installed it and
> attached the output.

Thanks! Unfortunately I'm starting to run out of ideas what else could
cause this issue. :-(

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Re: [Bug 1819949] Re: ZSH not working

2019-03-18 Thread Axel Beckert
Hi Mohammad,

Mohammad Shoriful Islam Ronju wrote:
> Yeah tried opening new terminal every time when commented out a line.
> Finally logged out and logged in to check. No luck :(

Does a ~/.zshenv exist, too? That one gets sourced before .zshrc (and
can change the path for .zshrc).

If you have debsums installed, does "debsums -e zsh-common" show any
modified files under /etc/zsh/? Because "zsh -f" also skips them (or
at least some of them).

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Re: [Bug 1819949] Re: ZSH not working

2019-03-18 Thread Axel Beckert
Hi Mohammad,

Mohammad Shoriful Islam Ronju wrote:
> Running "zsh -f" works fine.

Ok.

> However comment out all the lines on .zshrc file still didn't work.

You need to start a new zsh to test those changes, i.e. open a new
terminal or starting zsh from bash.

> I'm attaching "/usr/share/bug/zsh 3>&1" commands output here.

Thanks. Nothing suspicious on a first glance.

> Note: Is there any way to source changed .zshrc file? Tried ".
> ~/.zshrc" and "source ~/.zshrc" nothing worked. I use those commands
> in mac.

These commands generally work on Linux, too. Point is just that they
don't undo things which have been commented out from .zshrc. Hence you
need to start a new zsh everytime you comment out or remove something
from your .zshrc.

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Re: [Bug 1819949] Re: ZSH not working

2019-03-18 Thread Axel Beckert
Hi Mohammad,

Mohammad Shoriful Islam Ronju wrote:
> https://linuxhint.com/install_zsh_shell_ubuntu_1804/

Ok, according to this tutorial(*) that prompt in your screenshot is
the default prompt from oh-my-zsh -- which doesn't come from any
official Ubuntu repo.

So please disable oh-my-zsh first and see if that fixes the issue
already.

If that doesn't fix the issue, please check if running "zsh -f"
(disables the parsing of .zshrc; call it e.g. from bash) still shows
the issue.

If "zsh -f" shows the issue, there is definitively a bug, either in
zsh or the terminal. (Since zsh seems to start at least and does not
crash, it might also be a terminal issue.)

If "zsh -f" works fine, you need to start commenting lines from your
.zshrc until the issue vanishes. The last line you commented out then
likely caused the issue. If that line is known, one can continue to
figure out why that line causes this issue.

It might also be helpful if you could post the output of
"/usr/share/bug/zsh 3>&1" to see which other packages on your system
provide zsh-sourced files.

Footnotes:

(*) IMHO this tutotal is crap:

* "whereis" is overkill if you can use "which"
* The user shoudn't use usermod as root (sudo …) to change a user shell
  but chsh (as you did).
* There's no need to reboot just to make a change of a user shell
  effective.

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[Bug 1819949] Re: ZSH not working

2019-03-18 Thread Axel Beckert
> Also followed this tutorial but same result.

Which tutorial? There was no link except to the screen shot in your
message...

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[Bug 1819378] Re: package xymon 4.3.28-3build1 failed to install/upgrade: installed xymon package post-installation script subprocess returned error exit status 1

2019-03-15 Thread Axel Beckert
** Changed in: xymon (Ubuntu)
   Status: In Progress => Fix Committed

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[Bug 1819378] Re: package xymon 4.3.28-3build1 failed to install/upgrade: installed xymon package post-installation script subprocess returned error exit status 1

2019-03-15 Thread Axel Beckert
Dear Sukhvir,

thanks for your bug report.

sukhvir wrote:
> I was trying to install xymon on ubuntu 18.4 lts, I am getting following 
> error.
> chgrp: cannot access 'critical.cfg': No such file or directory
> chgrp: cannot access 'critical.cfg.bak': No such file or directory
> dpkg: error processing package xymon (--configure):
>  installed xymon package post-installation script subprocess returned error 
> exit status 1
[...]
> modified.conffile..etc.xymon.alerts.cfg: [deleted]
> modified.conffile..etc.xymon.analysis.cfg: [deleted]
> modified.conffile..etc.xymon.cgioptions.cfg: [deleted]
> modified.conffile..etc.xymon.client-local.cfg: [deleted]
> modified.conffile..etc.xymon.columndoc.csv: [deleted]
> modified.conffile..etc.xymon.combo.cfg: [deleted]
> modified.conffile..etc.xymon.critical.cfg: [deleted]
> modified.conffile..etc.xymon.critical.cfg.bak: [deleted]
> modified.conffile..etc.xymon.graphs.cfg: [deleted]

This is caused by the following (IMHO rather uncommon) case that

* the package xymon had been installed beforehand (not explicitly
  mentioned, but obvious due to the deleted conffiles),
* has been removed again (but not purged, otherwise dpkg wouldn't know
  about the conffiles),
* then someone deleted /etc/xymon/ manually (otherwise not all
  conffiles would have been deleted),
* and tried to install xymon again.

Removing /etc/xymon/ (or any other conffile of any other package)
without purging ("apt-get purge" or "apt-get remove --purge") a
package makes dpkg think that the system administrator on purpose
remove these conffiles and hence respects this decision and doesn't
unpack them again.

While having removed _all_ conffiles manually without purging the
package, too, is theoretically a valid setup, it's nevertheless a
broken setup and breakage has to be expected then IMHO with most
packages.

So I'm not sure if I really should add support to the xymon package
for such a broken environment.

This breakage is btw. easily fixed: Do an "apt-get purge xymon" before
installing the package again. Be aware that this may also remove
monitoring data previously collected with xymon.

Thomas wrote:
> coping critical.cfg to critical.cfg.bak bypassed the error.

I think Thomas' case is slightly different, alone because in the above
case critical.cfg had been deleted, too. I actually expect further
breakage in the above case even if critical.cfg and critical.cfg.bak
are restored.

But Back to Thomas' case:

I though must admit that the file "critical.cfg.bak" (and _only_ that
file) doesn't really look like being relevant and might be deleted by
a local admin.

And this is actually a case we definitely need to handle better. I've
filed https://bugs.debian.org/924665 in Debian for that.

P.S.: Thanks to Thomas' variant of this issue, I became aware of the
fact that this issue might also happen if you just tried to clean up
your /etc/ from seemingly unnecessary backup files.

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[Bug 1819378] Re: package xymon 4.3.28-3build1 failed to install/upgrade: installed xymon package post-installation script subprocess returned error exit status 1

2019-03-15 Thread Axel Beckert
** Changed in: xymon (Ubuntu)
   Status: Confirmed => In Progress

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[Bug 1800280] Re: Setting ZSH as login shell causes various issues because it doesn't source /etc/profile

2019-02-15 Thread Axel Beckert
> > What do you exactly mean by "setting ZSH as the default shell"?
>
> I just mean using chsh to set the default login shell. /bin/sh is left 
> unchanged.

JFTR: "default" is still the wrong term for this. There is only _one_
login shell per user. "default" always suggests that there are others to
use if you don't like the default value. But there is none. The "default
login shell" is still bash because that's what new users get as their
login shell _by default_.

I changed the title of the bug report accordingly as it just confused me
again.

** Summary changed:

- Setting ZSH as the default shell causes various issues because it doesn't 
source /etc/profile
+ Setting ZSH as login shell causes various issues because it doesn't source 
/etc/profile

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[Bug 1813061] Re: iptables-netflow 2.3-5 ADT test failure with linux 5.0.0-1.2

2019-02-07 Thread Axel Beckert
Pull-request at upstream (with commits from someone with a canonical.com
e-mail address :-): https://github.com/aabc/ipt-netflow/pull/110

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[Bug 1813061] Re: iptables-netflow 2.3-5 ADT test failure with linux 5.0.0-1.2

2019-02-07 Thread Axel Beckert
** Changed in: iptables-netflow (Ubuntu)
 Assignee: (unassigned) => Axel Beckert (xtaran)

** Changed in: iptables-netflow (Ubuntu)
   Status: Confirmed => In Progress

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[Bug 1813061] Re: iptables-netflow 2.3-5 ADT test failure with linux 5.0.0-1.2

2019-02-06 Thread Axel Beckert
Forwarded to upstream at https://github.com/aabc/ipt-netflow/issues/108

** Bug watch added: github.com/aabc/ipt-netflow/issues #108
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[Bug 1813061] Re: iptables-netflow 2.3-5 ADT test failure with linux 5.0.0-1.2

2019-02-06 Thread Axel Beckert
Attached a dkms.log from iptables-netflows-dkms 2.3-5 building against
linux-headers-5.0.0-3-generic and linux-libc-dev version 5.0.0-3.4.

Will report this issue to upstream.

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[Bug 1813061] Re: iptables-netflow 2.3-5 ADT test failure with linux 5.0.0-1.2

2019-02-06 Thread Axel Beckert
I think I found them at https://launchpad.net/~canonical-kernel-
team/+archive/ubuntu/unstable

** Changed in: iptables-netflow (Ubuntu)
   Status: Incomplete => New

** Changed in: iptables-netflow (Ubuntu)
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[Bug 1813061] Re: iptables-netflow 2.3-5 ADT test failure with linux 5.0.0-1.2

2019-02-06 Thread Axel Beckert
Where can I get these linux-*-5.0.0-1.2 packages for debugging this
issue? Can't find them in a standard disco pbuilder chroot.

And unfortunately the above download links don't seem to contain
relevant artifacts like the DKMS build log.

** Changed in: iptables-netflow (Ubuntu)
   Status: New => Incomplete

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[Bug 1812778] Re: internet connection randomly stops working

2019-01-22 Thread Axel Beckert
Why is network-manager running while wicd is being used? They likely
interfere which each other. Does this also happen if you stop network-
manager (i.e. "sudo service network-manager stop") and then connect to a
wifi with wicd?

(They're co-installable on purpose, to be able to switch between them,
but they shouldn't be running at the same time.)

** Changed in: wicd (Ubuntu)
   Status: New => Incomplete

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[Bug 604750] Re: aptitude-gtk will not display Ubuntu changelogs

2018-11-27 Thread Axel Beckert
aptitude-gtk is long gone. Even Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Precise has the
aptitude source package version (0.6.6-1 respectively 0.6.6-1ubuntu1)
with which the aptitude-gtk binary package was dropped.

And in case this issue was also present with aptitude-curses (which
remained), this issue is at least fixed with Ubuntu 16.04.5 LTS Xenial:

→ aptitude changelog aptitude | head -2
Get: Changelog of aptitude
aptitude (0.7.4-2ubuntu2) xenial; urgency=high

Hence closing.

** Changed in: aptitude (Ubuntu)
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[Bug 1804442] Re: package wicd-daemon 1.7.4+tb2-6 failed to install/upgrade: installed wicd-daemon package post-installation script subprocess returned error exit status 1

2018-11-21 Thread Axel Beckert
Thanks for the bug report!

JFTR: The line in the subject is not the error message but only the
report _that_ something has failed. The actual error message is in
DpkgTerminalLog.txt and the cause is this:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/share/wicd/daemon/wicd-daemon.py", line 1954, in 
main(sys.argv)
  File "/usr/share/wicd/daemon/wicd-daemon.py", line 1798, in main
os.chmod(backup_location, 0644)
OSError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/var/lib/wicd/resolv.conf.orig'

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[Bug 1793903] Re: aptitude build-dep fails on virtual packages

2018-11-16 Thread Axel Beckert
Yes, this is a known, long-standing issue, tracked in Debian at
https://bugs.debian.org/509100 (and some more duplicates of that bug
report).

** Changed in: aptitude (Ubuntu)
   Status: New => Confirmed

** Bug watch added: Debian Bug tracker #509100
   https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=509100

** Also affects: aptitude (Debian) via
   https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=509100
   Importance: Unknown
   Status: Unknown

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[Bug 1349031] Re: ping6 is not configurable over web ui

2018-11-13 Thread Axel Beckert
** Changed in: backuppc (Ubuntu)
   Status: In Progress => Fix Committed

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2018-11-13 Thread Axel Beckert
** Changed in: backuppc (Ubuntu)
   Status: New => In Progress

** Changed in: backuppc (Ubuntu)
 Assignee: (unassigned) => Axel Beckert (xtaran)

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Re: [Bug 1800280] [NEW] Setting ZSH as the default shell causes various issues because it doesn't source /etc/profile

2018-11-03 Thread Axel Beckert
Hi Martin,

Martin wrote:
> When setting ZSH as the default shell, /etc/profile is never sourced

What do you exactly mean by "setting ZSH as the default shell"?

A) Using it as login shell for a specific user.
B) Letting the /bin/sh symlink point to it.

Case B is definitely not supported and explicitly discouraged by
upstream.

> /etc/profile.d/apps-bin-path.sh adds /var/lib/snapd/desktop to
> XDG_DATA_DIRS. Setting the default shell to ZSH means that desktop
> environments suddenly can't launch snap packages.

This sounds more like case B to me.

> Arch Linux's zsh package has `emulate sh -c 'source /etc/profile'` in
> /etc/zsh/zprofile. Either Ubuntu's zsh package should do the same (or
> something similar), or Ubuntu must put important environment variable
> stuff somewhere else and have only bash-specific stuff in /etc/profile
> and /etc/profile.d.

IMHO the latter needs to happen. Zsh upstream does not source
/etc/profile and users won't expect it to do that and doing it will
probably cause other user irritations and unexcpected subtle side
effects.

See https://tanguy.ortolo.eu/blog/article25/shrc for reference what
each shell loads in which case.

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[Bug 518572] Re: Update funcoeszz version

2018-10-31 Thread Axel Beckert
15.5-1 is part of Ubuntu since at least 16.04 LTS Xenial.

** Changed in: funcoeszz (Ubuntu)
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[Bug 1798557] Re: xymon-client and snaps, client report gets red in disk, inode, misc states

2018-10-18 Thread Axel Beckert
Instead of looking at parts of the mount-point path, I implemented the
exclusion in both packages by completely ignoring squashfs mounts as
these are always read-only since it's a read-only file system. That way
we might also catch similar cases with other container formats which
also use squashfs.

Thanks for the bug report!

** Changed in: xymon (Ubuntu)
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2018-10-18 Thread Axel Beckert
** Changed in: hobbit-plugins (Ubuntu)
   Status: New => Fix Committed

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[Bug 1798557] Re: xymon-client and snaps, client report gets red in disk, inode, misc states

2018-10-18 Thread Axel Beckert
disk and inode checks are from the xymon package, the misc check is
indeed from hobbit-plugins.

** Package changed: hobbit-plugins (Ubuntu) => xymon (Ubuntu)

** Also affects: hobbit-plugins (Ubuntu)
   Importance: Undecided
   Status: New

** Tags added: patch

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[Bug 1796034] Re: lubuntu 18.10 falkon nouveau test on qutebrowser crashed with SIGSEGV in __GI_____strtoul_l_internal()

2018-10-07 Thread Axel Beckert
This is very likely https://bugs.debian.org/910317 ("QtWebEngine in
unstable is constantly crashing").

** Bug watch added: Debian Bug tracker #910317
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[Bug 1795289] Re: dphys-swapfile will not re-calculate swap file size or re-install

2018-10-04 Thread Axel Beckert
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1788681 ***
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1788681

Hi,

Launchpad Bug Tracker wrote:
> A commenter there suggested I file this as a bug because Ubuntu
> doesn't execute the /bin/sh script correctly.

Well, that's not exactly precise...

> I have made modifications to the sh script and now it works.

I doubt that it works now, i.e. that the correct calculations are done
now. It seems to just no more exit on failure anymore and hence hides
the actual problem (which IMHO is worse).

> It appears that sudo apt install dphys-swapfile runs the /bin/sh
> scripts correctly on Ubuntu 18.04
> 
> However on re-use of the /sbin/dphys-swapfile the /bin/sh arithmitic
> calculations fail.

That's probably because it takes different code paths depending on the
swap file already existing or not.

> After putting some echo debugs around the place and after inspecting the
> code, I notice that re-calculations should have echoed out a lot more
> text when using the setup/install parameters. After more debugging I
> noticed that it is the lines with arithmitic calculations that are
> exiting out/erring out.

Correct. _They_ are _erroring_ out, not /bin/sh. /bin/sh just exits
due to the error of something it called because it has been told so
with "set -e".

> So what I did is changed the shebang from /bin/sh to /bin/bash and added
> let in front of all the lines with calculations.

The "let" is probably what makes the error go away because it probably
doesn't pass the exit code and hence dphys-swapfile doesn't exit
anymore on error in the calculations.

> Underneath is a copy of my fixed dphys-swapfile script from /sbin/dphys-
> swapfile you need to edit this with sudo.

Please just send in a diff of your changes the next time.

Anyways, looking at https://askubuntu.com/q/1079860 this shows the
same symptoms as #1788681 (which has been reported against 18.04, but
so far only been fixed in cosmic with the upload of
dphys-swapfile/20100506-5) respectively the more detailed symptoms in
the according Debian bug report at https://bugs.debian.org/906767

The issue was caused by a more picky dc (the command used to do the
calculations) which was erroring out when piping a "q" command into
it.

Hence marking as duplicate of #1788681.

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Re: [Bug 1783564] Re: There is no Ncurses-Ruby package installed which is needed by TPP

2018-09-28 Thread Axel Beckert
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1775673 ***
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1775673

Axel Beckert wrote:
> And https://github.com/cbbrowne/tpp/issues/9 looks unrelated for me:
> Completely different error message, C linking error (Github) vs ruby
> module location error (here).

Must correct myself here: It seems that tpp thinks it can't find the
ncurses bindings if it can't load them, even if they are there, but
broken.

Nevertheless, since the above case is on Arch Linux, it might have the
same cause as on Ubuntu, but this issue is distribution-specific since
it's not present in the current upstream (or development versions) and
hence needs to be fixed per distribution, e.g. by patching or, if
sufficient, by recompiling ruby-ncurses.

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Re: [Bug 1783564] Re: There is no Ncurses-Ruby package installed which is needed by TPP

2018-09-28 Thread Axel Beckert
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1775673 ***
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1775673

Axel Beckert wrote:
> No, if I remember correctly, "ruby-something" is the
> RedHat/Fedora/CentOS way of naming ruby library packages while
> Debian/Ubuntu uses "something-ruby".

Actually it's vice-versa, but you probably got the idea anyways. :-)

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[Bug 1775673] Re: ruby-ncurses is broken in ubuntu 18.04

2018-09-28 Thread Axel Beckert
** Also affects: tpp (Ubuntu)
   Importance: Undecided
   Status: New

** Changed in: tpp (Ubuntu)
   Status: New => Confirmed

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Re: [Bug 1783564] Re: There is no Ncurses-Ruby package installed which is needed by TPP

2018-09-28 Thread Axel Beckert
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1775673 ***
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1775673

Hi John,

John Flood wrote:
> Unfortunately, the link to ncurses-ruby in the error message (http
> ://ncurses-ruby.berlios.de/) doesn't work, but this one does:

Yes, the BerliOS code hosting is dead for quite some years now.

> https://github.com/sup-heliotrope/ncursesw-ruby

That's also what the ruby-ncurses package has set as Homepage.

> However, I had trouble installing it until I ran
> 
> sudo apt-get install ruby-dev zlib1g-dev liblzma-dev
> 
> as recommended here:
> 
> https://stackoverflow.com/questions/44239377/cant-install-rails-on-
> linux-failed-to-build-gem-native-extension-with-ruby-2
> 
> Then "gem install ncursesw" worked (after cloning the above github
> repository) and I could open the sample files for tpp.

That's interesting. So since the ruby-ncurses package is built from
the same source (just maybe a different version), it's either a bug in
the version shipped with Ubuntu 18.04 or something in the way Ubuntu
builds that package. (As mentioned before: I can't reproduce this in
Debian Unstable where Ubuntu takes most of the packages, at least tpp,
from.)

And if you look at
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ruby-ncurses you probably
see the reason for it:

#1775673 ruby-ncurses is broken in ubuntu 18.04
#1787763 ruby-ncurses is broken: try ruby -e 'require "ncurses"'

Will probably merge all these bug reports.

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[Bug 1787763] Re: ruby-ncurses is broken: try ruby -e 'require "ncurses"'

2018-09-28 Thread Axel Beckert
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1775673 ***
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** This bug has been marked a duplicate of bug 1775673
   ruby-ncurses is broken in ubuntu 18.04

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Re: [Bug 1783564] Re: There is no Ncurses-Ruby package installed which is needed by TPP

2018-09-28 Thread Axel Beckert
Hi John,

John Flood wrote:
> Synaptic installed "ruby-ncurses", but the message refers to "ncurses-
> ruby"! Is that an issue?

No, if I remember correctly, "ruby-something" is the
RedHat/Fedora/CentOS way of naming ruby library packages while
Debian/Ubuntu uses "something-ruby".

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[Bug 1792544] Re: demotion of pcre3 in favor of pcre2

2018-09-18 Thread Axel Beckert
Hi,

Andreas Hasenack wrote:
> I've seen the wget debian change, but just switching builddeps from pcre3-dev 
> to pcre2-dev and rebuilding isn't enough. The package ends up not finding 
> pcre and doesn't enable it:
> checking for PCRE... no
> checking pcre.h usability... no
> checking pcre.h presence... no
> checking for pcre.h... no
> ...
>   Libs:  -luuid -lidn2 -lnettle -lgnutls -lz -lpsl 
> 
> So while the package builds, it's not using pcre.
> 
> I tried to switch apache, and while I could make it find pcre2-config and use 
> it, pcre2 has different libraries than pcre3:
> pcre3-config --libs: -lpcre
> pcre2-config --libs: no such parameter
> 
> In pcre2, we have --libs8, --libs-posix, --libs32 and --libs16, but no
> --libs. Is this a bug in pcre2-config?

Indeed, same for zsh:

checking for pcre-config... no
checking pcre.h usability... no
checking pcre.h presence... no
checking for pcre.h... no
checking for pcre_compile... no
checking for pcre_study... no
checking for pcre_exec... no
[...]
../../Test/V07pcre.ztst: starting.
../../Test/V07pcre.ztst: skipped (the zsh/pcre module is not available)

→ Back to Incomplete. I'll revert that commit from the recent 5.6.2-2
  upload.

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[Bug 1792544] Re: demotion of pcre3 in favor of pcre2

2018-09-15 Thread Axel Beckert
zsh in Debian Unstable (5.6.2-1) seems to build fine if I exchange
libpcre3-dev by libpcre2-dev in Build-Depends and Build-Using (via
debian/rules).

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[Bug 1789570] Re: debsums runs concurrently with unattended-upgrades which leads to false positives

2018-08-29 Thread Axel Beckert
Thanks for the bug report and feature idea/suggestion!

Not yet sure if that option should be really added to debsums (the
program), or be default inside the cron job(s) itself.

Note to myself: I see there's a lot of code duplication in the cron
jobs. (Never really looked at them since I took over that package.)
Might be an idea to clean up and deduplicate them a little bit. This
would also make it easier to add such a feature to the cron job (in case
me or the Debian Perl Team decides that that's the proper place to
implement this).

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[Bug 1788681] Re: changed exit code for 'dc' in Ubuntu Bionic

2018-08-23 Thread Axel Beckert
** Changed in: dphys-swapfile (Ubuntu)
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[Bug 1788681] Re: changed exit code for 'dc' in Ubuntu Bionic

2018-08-23 Thread Axel Beckert
Hi Wladimir,

Wladimir Mutel wrote:
> in Ubuntu Xenial :
> $ lsb_release -rdc ; echo 1 1 + p q | dc ; echo $?
> Description:Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS
> Release:16.04
> Codename:   xenial
> 2
> 0
> 
> in Ubuntu Bionic :
> $ lsb_release -rdc ; echo 1 1 + p q | dc ; echo $?
> Description:Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS
> Release:18.04
> Codename:   bionic
> 2
> 1
> 
> This change causes some scripts using 'dc' to fail, most importantly,
> 'dphys-swapfile'

Thanks for that bug report. This might be the cause for
https://bugs.debian.org/906767 which I'm currently trying to fix.

> which for some ironic reason uses 'dc' instead of 'echo
> $((...))' for its calculations.

That's upstream's decision. And since I know that upstream also runs
rather old Unices, I assume it's because $(( ... )) might not be
available in all shells. According to
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_command_shells#cite_ref-57
it should though be available in all relevant shells since 1992.

The relevant change in dc seems to be from 1.3 to 1.4:

Detects and reports on any output errors; exits non-success.

The fix seems simple: Drop the "q":

~ → echo 1 1 + p q | dc ; echo $?
2
1
~ → echo 1 1 + p | dc ; echo $?
2
0

Will have to check if that's indeed the cause for
https://bugs.debian.org/906767, but will do a new upload to Debian
Unstable in either case.

Someone else will need to take care of a regression fix for bionic
though.

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[Bug 1650890] Re: package dphys-swapfile 20100506-1 failed to install/upgrade: el subproceso instalado el script post-installation devolvió el código de salida de error 1

2018-08-13 Thread Axel Beckert
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1496216 ***
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1496216

JFTR: #1496216 is fixed now. Thanks for reporting this issue despite
being a duplicate, since it led me to the real cause.

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[Bug 1496216] Re: package dphys-swapfile 20100506-1 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1

2018-08-12 Thread Axel Beckert
** Changed in: dphys-swapfile (Ubuntu)
   Status: Confirmed => Fix Committed

** Changed in: dphys-swapfile (Ubuntu)
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[Bug 1650890] Re: package dphys-swapfile 20100506-1 failed to install/upgrade: el subproceso instalado el script post-installation devolvió el código de salida de error 1

2018-08-12 Thread Axel Beckert
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1496216 ***
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1496216

This is indeed a duplicate of #1496216. The timemout message is not
visible in the dpkg terminal output there, but in the journal error
messages.

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[Bug 1650890] Re: package dphys-swapfile 20100506-1 failed to install/upgrade: el subproceso instalado el script post-installation devolvió el código de salida de error 1

2018-08-08 Thread Axel Beckert
** Changed in: dphys-swapfile (Ubuntu)
   Status: New => In Progress

** Changed in: dphys-swapfile (Ubuntu)
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[Bug 1650890] Re: package dphys-swapfile 20100506-1 failed to install/upgrade: el subproceso instalado el script post-installation devolvió el código de salida de error 1

2018-08-08 Thread Axel Beckert
Another potential reason could be https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-
bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=843160, but this seems to have been introduced in
systemd 231 while this bug report seems to have been written with
systemd 229 running.

** Bug watch added: Debian Bug tracker #843160
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[Bug 1650890] Re: package dphys-swapfile 20100506-1 failed to install/upgrade: el subproceso instalado el script post-installation devolvió el código de salida de error 1

2018-08-08 Thread Axel Beckert
This might be the same issue as #1496216, just with a different locale.
But this one has more details, maybe due to the newer systemd version.
(There's though still a chance that these are different issues, hence
not merging for now.)

The primary issue is that systemd killed dphys-swapfile too quickly:
"Job for dphys-swapfile.service failed because a timeout was exceeded.
See "systemctl status dphys-swapfile.service" and "journalctl -xe" for
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[Bug 1761997] Re: /var/run needs mode 777 in bionic

2018-07-26 Thread Axel Beckert
Thanks to Brian for his patience with the remote debugging session via
Launchpad comments. And for the resulting HOWTO for reproducing the
issue. :-)

Given that Stretch's screen package is without libutempter, too, this
might bite Debian with Stretch to Buster upgrades inside screen, too.
I'm though surprised that I didn't get any bug reports about this in
Debian yet. Will check.

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[Bug 1783564] Re: There is no Ncurses-Ruby package installed which is needed by TPP

2018-07-25 Thread Axel Beckert
I can't reproduce this issue in a minimal Debian Unstable chroot, so it
might be an ubuntu-specific issue.

And https://github.com/cbbrowne/tpp/issues/9 looks unrelated for me:
Completely different error message, C linking error (Github) vs ruby
module location error (here).

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[Bug 1782639] Re: package flwm 1.02+git2015.10.03+7dbb30-6 failed to install/upgrade: installed flwm package post-installation script subprocess returned error exit status 255

2018-07-23 Thread Axel Beckert
This acutally seems to be an issue with the xchat package and flwm's
trigger trips over xchat's malformed .desktop file. The relevant line
from the DpkgTerminalLog.txt is:

Exec key for 'XChat IRC' contains '%F', '%U' or '%D' at the wrong place

A valid question is if flwm's trigger should bail out in such
situations. Maybe it should just skip such files and issue a warning
like the other two warnings about wrong encoding in .desktop files.

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Re: [Bug 1761997] Re: /var/run needs mode 777 in bionic

2018-07-19 Thread Axel Beckert
Hi Brian,

Brian Murray wrote:
> Alex - I don't think that will work because when the new version of
> screen is unpacked the permissions are 755, so the check would need to
> be for 755, not 2755.

No. I said into _pre_inst, not postinst, so that everything is in
place and fixed when screen has been unpacked, but not configured.

Or did I understand your previous mail about screen in 16.04 being
2755?

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Re: [Bug 1761997] Re: /var/run needs mode 777 in bionic

2018-07-19 Thread Axel Beckert
Hi,

Brian Murray wrote:
> Ah I think it (the tmpfile isn't created) because /usr/bin/screen is
> 2755 in Ubuntu 16.04 but 755 in Ubuntu 18.04. Here's the change between
> the two releases.

Ah! That's due to switching to use libutempter. We're getting quite
close to the issue.

I though wonder how to fix that for Bionic in the best way. Maybe
adding something like this to screen.preinst (not postinst):

perms="`stat -c%a /usr/bin/screen`"
override=/etc/tmpfiles.d/screen-cleanup.conf
if [ $perms -eq 2755 ]; then
chmod 0777 /var/run/screen
[ -f $override ] || echo 'd /var/run/screen 0777 root utmp' > $override

I assume that this is nothing which would make sense to add to future
releases of Debian's screen package, or does it?

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Re: [Bug 1761997] Re: /var/run needs mode 777 in bionic

2018-07-19 Thread Axel Beckert
Hi Brian,

Brian Murray wrote:
> /run/screen has the following permissions
> 
> drwxrwxr-x  3 root  utmp60 Jul 19 06:06 screen

Thanks. This is indeed not the expected setting.

> screen-cleanup is a masked service in response to bug 1462692, so the
> permissions of /run/screen are never changed in Ubuntu 16.04.

Hrm, but 4.3.1-2build1 in 16.04 should also already have generated
/etc/tmpfiles.d/screen-cleanup.conf during postinst. (That was fixed
in the same upload as #1462692.)

And 16.04 already had systemd as default if not only init system.

> bdmurray@clean-xenial-amd64:~$ sudo service screen-cleanup status
> [sudo] password for bdmurray: 
> ● screen-cleanup.service
>Loaded: masked (/dev/null; bad)
>Active: inactive (dead)
> bdmurray@clean-xenial-amd64:~$ ls -lh 
> /lib/systemd/system/screen-cleanup.service
> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 9 Oct  4  2016 
> /lib/systemd/system/screen-cleanup.service -> /dev/null

Please also check the existence and contents of
/etc/tmpfiles.d/screen-cleanup.conf before and after upgrading.

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[Bug 1781295] Re: CVE-2018-10895: Possible remote code execution via CSRF in qute://settings

2018-07-18 Thread Axel Beckert
** Tags added: community-security

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[Bug 1782456] Re: [CVE] Remote code execution due to CSRF on the qute://settings page

2018-07-18 Thread Axel Beckert
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1781295 ***
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Re: [Bug 1761997] Re: /var/run needs mode 777 in bionic

2018-07-18 Thread Axel Beckert
Hi Brian,

Brian Murray wrote:
> + 2) rm /etc/cron.daily/mlocate (this'll ensure you get a conffile prompt)
> + 3) ssh to Ubuntu 16.04 system so the release upgrade is run in screen
> + 4) run do-release-upgrade -d
> + 5) wait for the conffile prompt from mlocate
> + 6) ssh to the Ubuntu 16.04 system being upgraded
> + 7) sudo -i
> + 8) run screen -rd
> + 
> + With the version of screen in the release pocket you'll receive the
> + following error:
> + 
> + root@clean-xenial-amd64:~# screen -rd
> + Directory '/run/screen' must have mode 777.

Thanks for the detailed explanations.

This sounds a little bit like screen being already unpacked, but not
yet configured. But there must be more than that…

Can you check what permissions /run/screen actually has at that point?

What I don't understand is: Since screen is already running at that
point, /run/screen should already exist with the proper permissions
from either /etc/tmpfiles.d/screen-cleanup.conf or from
/etc/init.d/screen-cleanup from 16.04's screen package. And according
to the changelog (in Debian at least), nothing in the maintainer
scripts changed between 4.3.1-2 and 4.6.2-1. And git log shows only
two commits since June 2015 (where /etc/tmpfiles.d/ support was
finalized), of which one just renames the files and the other one
replaces /var/run/ with /run/ — which both should be defacto noop with
regards to their logic.

Does any other package modify /run/'s permissions recursively during
dist-upgrade?

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[Bug 1781295] Re: CVE-2018-10895: Possible remote code execution via CSRF in qute://settings

2018-07-11 Thread Axel Beckert
Ok, since half an hour, Cosmic is fixed, probably due to the automatic
sync from Debian Unstable.

** Tags removed: cosmic

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[Bug 1781295] Re: CVE-2018-10895: Possible remote code execution via CSRF in qute://settings

2018-07-11 Thread Axel Beckert
Meh, can't link this bug report to a CVE report as Launchpad claims that
"CVE-2018-10895 is not a valid CVE number". But it obviously is.

** CVE added: https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=2018-10895

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[Bug 1781295] [NEW] CVE-2018-10895: Possible remote code execution via CSRF in qute://settings

2018-07-11 Thread Axel Beckert
*** This bug is a security vulnerability ***

Public security bug reported:

qutebrowser 1.0.0 to 1.4.0 allows websites to change configuration
settings via the qute://settings page by using CSRF. E.g. via the editor
setting, this can very likely lead to a remote code execution. This has
been fixed in 1.4.1 uploaded to Debian Unstablea few hours ago. Patches
for earlier releases are available upstream.

Details at upstream and OSS security:

http://www.openwall.com/lists/oss-security/2018/07/11/7
https://github.com/qutebrowser/qutebrowser/issues/4060
Introduced in: https://github.com/qutebrowser/qutebrowser/commit/ffc29ee 
(v1.0.0)
Fixed in: 
https://github.com/qutebrowser/qutebrowser/commit/43e58ac865ff862c2008c510fc5f7627e10b4660
 (v1.4.1)

Ubuntu is affected in Bionic (1.1.1-1) and Cosmic (1.4.0-1).

** Affects: qutebrowser (Ubuntu)
 Importance: Undecided
 Status: New


** Tags: bionic cosmic

** Information type changed from Private Security to Public Security

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[Bug 1777899] Re: "realloc(): invalid next size" when using autocomplete and rvm

2018-06-20 Thread Axel Beckert
JFTR: This is already fixed in zsh 5.5.1-1ubuntu1 in cosmic (as that
commit was included in the upstream 5.5.1 release).

So technically this is "fixed" in Ubuntu (generally). But since the
request is explicitly for Ubuntu 18.04, someone with the proper
permissions should update the "Affects" field accordingly.

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[Bug 1761997] Re: /var/run needs mode 777 in bionic

2018-04-11 Thread Axel Beckert
Steve Langasek wrote:
> I believe this is a bug in screen.  The postinst script has code to
> handle the changed requirements for /run/screen permissions, but then
> immediately afterwards a debhelper code snippet runs which clobbers them
> again.

I currently don't see that clobbering, at least not in Debian:

The maintainer-written code creates
/etc/tmpfiles.d/screen-cleanup.conf in most cases.

It also links /lib/systemd/system/screen-cleanup.service to /dev/null.

debhelper-generated code seems to create
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/screen-cleanup.conf — which is overridden by
/etc/tmpfiles.d/screen-cleanup.conf if it exists.

If it is not created because neither of the two conditions in the
maintainer code is given, I don't see how something which is not
created can be clobbered.

So please elaborate where you see the bug in screen's postinst.
Setting to "invalid" until then. Feel free to reassign or -- if you
can explain where the bug is -- reopen.

(Note: To me this rather looks like a not yet run postinst or similar
during a dist-upgrade.)

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[Bug 1370416] Re: Security updates are not marked as security

2018-04-08 Thread Axel Beckert
** Bug watch added: Debian Bug tracker #895217
   https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=895217

** Also affects: aptitude (Debian) via
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Re: [Bug 75332] Re: aptitude has private package holds, should use dpkg

2018-04-08 Thread Axel Beckert
Hi,

Rolf Leggewie wrote:
> Is this still an issue?

Depends. If you consider https://bugs.debian.org/137771 (as linked to
and marked as "fix released") to be the Debian-equivalent of this bug
report, it's fixed since 0.7.2-1 from September 2015.

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Re: [Bug 1370416] Re: Security updates are not marked as security

2018-04-08 Thread Axel Beckert
Hi,

Rolf Leggewie wrote:
> I would look into pinning, can this possibly help here?

No, this has nothing to do with pinning at all.

This is a known issue with aptitude. Have a look at the function
is_security() in src/generic/apt/apt.cc: aptitude only regards as
security update if the repository is from security.debian.org or
security.*.debian.org, at least in Debian.

So I assume that Ubuntu patches those lines towards
security.ubuntu.com as used in his German sources.list.

But his "central" sources.list doesn't have security.ubuntu.com
anywhere. He uses e.g. "deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu
trusty-security main restricted" there. And hence it's not recognised.

I thought there was an upstream (Debian) bug report about that (as I
am aware of the issue :-), but I couldn't find it on a first glance.

Will file one and link it here.

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[Bug 1747189] Re: aptitude does not respect package holding which set by `apt-mark hold`

2018-02-03 Thread Axel Beckert
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1747191 ***
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   after selecting "Actions -> Cancel pending actions" aptitude cancels package 
holding which set by `apt-mark hold`

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[Bug 1747191] Re: after selecting "Actions -> Cancel pending actions" aptitude cancels package holding which set by `apt-mark hold`

2018-02-03 Thread Axel Beckert
Yes, this has been fixed in aptitude 0.7.6 about 1.5 years ago. See
https://bugs.debian.org/576319 for details.

** Bug watch added: Debian Bug tracker #576319
   https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=576319

** Changed in: aptitude (Ubuntu)
   Status: New => Fix Released

** Also affects: aptitude (Debian) via
   https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=576319
   Importance: Unknown
   Status: Unknown

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[Bug 493846] Re: German man page for aptitude is outdated

2017-12-25 Thread Axel Beckert
** Tags removed: amd64

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[Bug 1737564] Re: Disable button does not work

2017-12-11 Thread Axel Beckert
> P.S. Debian Stable has already updated to xymon_4.3.28-2

No, that's wrong. Debian Stretch (current stable) has been initially
released with that version.

And neither Debian (nor AFAIK) Ubuntu will update to newer upstream
releases in stable releases unless there's a critical security issue
which can't be backported at all.

There is a small chance that someone from Ubuntu will backport the
according upstream fixes to Xenial.

** Tags added: xenial

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[Bug 1707979] Fwd: Re: [beyondgrep/ack2] Ubuntu Artful doesn't contain ack (nor ack-grep) (#652) [origin: notificati...@github.com]

2017-12-10 Thread Axel Beckert
The following comment by the main ack upstream developer in the
according upstream ticket may give a hint where to look for the
failure reason:

- Forwarded message from Andy Lester 
(https://github.com/beyondgrep/ack2/issues/652#issuecomment-350527181) -
Here's something interesting: Many of the tests I see at 
https://objectstorage.prodstack4-5.canonical.com/v1/AUTH_77e2ada1e7a84929a74ba3b87153c0ac/autopkgtest-artful/artful/amd64/a/ack/20171024_160017_5333d@/log.gz
 are showing `-` as filenames found in tests where actual filenames are 
expected, like so:

```
#   Failed test 'File on command line is always searched'
#   at t/Util.pm line 412.
# ++---+-+
# | Elt|Got|Expected |
# ++---+-+
# |   0|[  |[|
# *   1|  '-'  |  't/swamp/#emacs-workfile.pl#'  *
# |   2|]  |]|
# ++---+-+
# actual[
#   '-'
# ]
# expected[
#   't/swamp/#emacs-workfile.pl#'
# ]
# Looks like you failed 1 test of 1.
```

It's a pretty consistent pattern happening throughout.  Maybe there's something 
in how the tests get run that confuse STDIN with the filesystem?
- End forwarded message -

So does the autopkgtest infrastructure in Ubuntu run on a rather
exotic file system which might result in tools regarding files as
STDIN?

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[Bug 1707979] Re: No ack or ack-grep in artful.

2017-12-09 Thread Axel Beckert
Using "pbuilder" I've set up a minimal chroot for Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic as
of today. Inside that chroot, I installed autopkgtest, pkg-perl-
autopkgtest and ack (version 2.18+dfsg-1, 2.19.01-1 doesn't seem to be
on my mirror yet) from bionic-proposed and ran "autopkgtest ./ -- null"
inside the unpacked source package.

"Unfortunately" all tests passed successfully. So I can't really
reproduce the issue that causes the autopkgtest failures which keep ack
out of Ubuntu for quite some months now.

And since ack passes all tests on Debian's autopkgtest infrastructure, I
more and more come to the conclusion that this issue isn't with ack but
with the way Ubuntu's autopkgtest infrastructure runs the tests.

** Also affects: autopkgtest (Ubuntu)
   Importance: Undecided
   Status: New

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[Bug 1707979] Re: No ack or ack-grep in artful.

2017-12-08 Thread Axel Beckert
Hrm, no, the only upstream commit since 2.18 which mentions Ubuntu is
https://github.com/beyondgrep/ack2/commit/66009a140a9d05302546bcd4c1d85fd5d66388f2
and that only fixes a lintian warning about misspellings (which we had
overridden already in the Debian package). So I don't see any relation
to this issue despite that commit seems to have been caused by my first
comment in https://github.com/beyondgrep/ack2/issues/652 — I've now
tried to clarify the situation there with citing one of the failing
tests explicitly and linking to an full example log of one test.

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[Bug 123454] Re: ack provides no information about options usage.

2017-12-08 Thread Axel Beckert
This is a bug report against ack, the kanji converter, which has been
removed from Ubuntu since before Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty) and replaced
with ack, the grep for humans, in Ubuntu 17.04 Zesty.

Hence closing.

** Changed in: ack (Ubuntu)
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[Bug 1707979] Re: No ack or ack-grep in artful.

2017-12-08 Thread Axel Beckert
Upstream said, he fixed the reason for this issue in his upstream
release candidate 2.19_01 which I'll soon upload to Debian as 2.19.01-1.

I'll close this bug report with that upload, so please reopen it, if
this doesn't fix the issue. (Can't really test that beforehand as this
issue seems ubuntu-specific.)

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[Bug 1637220] Re: zsh has no /snap/bin in PATH

2017-11-12 Thread Axel Beckert
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1640514 ***
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** This bug has been marked a duplicate of bug 1640514
   /snap/bin is not added to the PATH when using zsh

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