[Python-modules-team] Bug#556195: python-cairo fails to install with segfault
aba at not.so.argh.org
Mon Nov 23 22:29:35 UTC 2009
* Jakub Wilk (ubanus at users.sf.net) [091123 23:17]:
> * Andreas Barth <aba at not.so.argh.org>, 2009-11-14, 08:50:
>> this package couldn't be installed during the build of mssh on mipsel,
>> Selecting previously deselected package python-cairo.
>> Unpacking python-cairo (from .../python-cairo_1.8.6-1_mipsel.deb) ...
>> Setting up python-cairo (1.8.6-1) ...
>> Segmentation fault
>> dpkg: error processing python-cairo (--configure):
>> subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 139
>> Setting up python-gobject (2.20.0-1) ...
>> Setting up python-numpy (1:1.3.0-3) ...
> I seriously doubt this is a problem with python-cairo. In fact, its
> postinst script is simple and looks 100% harmless:
> $ dpkg-deb -e python-cairo_1.8.6-1_i386.deb && cat DEBIAN/postinst
> set -e
> # Automatically added by dh_pysupport
> if which update-python-modules >/dev/null 2>&1; then
> update-python-modules python-cairo.public
> # End automatically added section
Currently both mipsel buildds are busy with very large packages, but I
can try to reproduce it by hand. I also gave-back the package to see
if the error is still persistent.
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