[Debian-med-packaging] Bug#859660: Bug#859660: artemis running issue

tony mancill tmancill at debian.org
Sun May 14 16:47:13 UTC 2017

On Thu, May 11, 2017 at 12:33:36PM -0500, Jerome wrote:
> Thank's a lot for your questions and remark. This will help me to detect
> where was the problem.
> And i apologize that teh error is generated during the creation of a live
> debian iso file. As the error wa detected in the live itself, i send the
> report as this.. Forgetting that i'm in a live session. You're bug system is
> too perfect, as it permit report bugs in a live session!
> The problem was detected and corrected in the binfmt-support bug (#750245).
> So i'm declaring this issue corrected, as this from another problem.

Hello Jerome,

Thank you for the follow-up and for tracing the problem back to an issue
with the Live CD.  It's always useful to know where these issues remain.

While I was poking around with this, I was able to reproduce the problem
by installing the jessie-backports version of artemis into a jessie
chroot on a stretch (testing) system.  (Which is nothing new, because
it's just another mhandanifestation of #750245.)  The root cause of the
issue in the older chroot can be seen by trying to run the
jarwrapper.postinst directly:

# /var/lib/dpkg/info/jarwrapper.postinst
update-binfmts: warning: found manually created entry for jarwrapper in /proc/sys/fs/binfmt_misc; leaving it alone

Installing a artemis into a stretch or sid chroot on the same system
works fine.

What's curious to me (and perhaps helpful to others?), is that if I
create a jessie chroot and install jarwrapper *before* installing
artemis, and more to the point, before installing the JDK and its
dependencies, the jarwrapper binfmt functions correctly.

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