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At Sat, 05 Feb 2005 17:26:13 +0100,
Alfred M Szmidt wrote:
> I have no idea what people are smoking, I just tried
> `dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot -uc -us' for the hello package and it
> all worked dandy. Log attached.
> So unless someone comes up with a specific test case where fakeroot
> doesn't work (having to run a command that does all kinds of weird
> stuff does not a test make!), I think we can consider that fakeroot
> works. Could someone close #11509 on Savannah?
How often did you try to build the hello package? Did you also try
I remember that fakeroot was unreliable, and I see no relevant change
in the source since then. The bug report says "Reproducibility:
Intermittent". It's not new that building the hello package with
fakeroot sometimes can work (IIRC).
It's true that a better test case would be useful (even better a small
testcase which triggers the bug more often). But until then the only
info we have is that fakeroot breaks under heavy load. More debugging
- fakeroot, Alfred M. Szmidt, 2005/02/05
- Re: fakeroot,
Marcus Brinkmann <=
- Re: fakeroot, Guillem Jover, 2005/02/06