Bug#432227: gdm: getaddrinfo fails when ipv6 is enabled
elylevy at cs.huji.ac.il
Thu Jul 12 12:52:00 UTC 2007
We dbged gdm again, and indeed we don't get the same error.
I see your patch add:
hints.ai_family |= AF_INET6;
from my limited knowledge I think this is not correct in c.
We removed that line and everything worked again.
We think it should be AF_UNSPEC, but we don't have ipv6 to test it here.
On 7/11/07, Loïc Minier <lool at dooz.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 11, 2007, E L wrote:
> > 1) I installed 2.18.3-3 and saw that the problem is still there
> Ok; perhaps it's not exactly the same problem.
> > 2) I apt-get source for the sources of 2.18.3-3
> > 3) I looked at the source and saw:
> You were looking at an unpatched source tree; the patches below
> debian/patches are applied during the build.
> > Did I look at the wrong source?
> > Was I suppose to run some other command rather than apt-get source?
> apt-get source is correct, make sure it's the correct source which you
> fetch (2.18.3-3). But to see the patched source, you need to run
> "quilt" as I explained in my other mail.
> To build the package, you simply need to run dpkg-buildpackage. If you
> run ./configure manually, the patches wont get applied, but you can
> patch manually and run ./configure manually if you like. Don't patch
> manually and run dpkg-buildpackage though.
> Please let me know whether you still get the issue with the patched
> source and ./configure or with a dpkg-buildpackage built package.
> As you can see in the patched source or in the patch I mentionned,
> the same fix should already be present.
> Loïc Minier
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