[Pkg-sysvinit-devel] Bug#514209: initscripts: doesn't fsck /dev/disk/by-label with spaces
pere at hungry.com
Tue Jul 7 21:20:56 UTC 2009
Thank you for your testing. It make me suspect that the file name do
not really contain space, but the string '\x20' instead. This is then
interpreted differently by different programs. fsck understand it to
mean 'x20', while mount understand it to mean '\x20'. Neither seem to
understand it to mean ' ' (space).
Could the problem be with the process creating the symlink in the
first place? Is it done by udev? Perhaps it should have created a
file 'W-98 SE' instead? Then mount and fsck would just have to handle
the space character like they normally do, using '\040'.
Anyway, I am quite sure this problem can not be solved in the
initscripts package. Not quite sure where to reassign it, though.
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