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#566 fixed lib32nss-nonlocal broken on squeeze andersk andersk

Reported by andersk, 13 years ago.

Description

Due to the  /emul/ia32-linux/usr/lib → /usr/lib32 transition (eglibc 2.9-14), lib32nss-nonlocal is broken on squeeze now.

#597 fixed Install lib32nss-nonlocal on amd64 somewhere andersk

Reported by andersk, 13 years ago.

Description
debathena / lucid / andersk  17:21  (Anders Kaseorg)
    You should install lib32nss-nonlocal, so that 32-bit binaries don’t
    have problems looking up users and groups:

    $ python -c 'import pwd; print pwd.getpwnam("andersk")'
    pwd.struct_passwd(pw_name='andersk', pw_passwd='*', pw_uid=39270,
    pw_gid=101, pw_gecos='Anders Kaseorg,,,,', pw_dir='/mit/andersk',
    pw_shell='/bin/athena/bash')
    $ /mit/python/bin/python -c 'import pwd; print pwd.getpwnam("andersk")'
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
    KeyError: 'getpwnam(): name not found: andersk'
debathena / lucid / jdreed  17:22  (This zephyr does not necessarily reflect the views of IS&T, MIT, its)
    As Evan asked the other day, why is that not getting pulled in by
    anything?
debathena / lucid / andersk  17:27  (Anders Kaseorg)
    Mostly because I didn’t find a good place for it.  The dependency
    system doesn’t let me say “pull in lib32nss-nonlocal if
    libnss-nonlocal _and_ libc6-i386 are installed”.

    It is perhaps not unreasonable for debathena-nsswitch-config to
      Recommends: lib32nss-nonlocal [amd64]
    It’s less clear whether it should
      Recommends: lib64nss-nonlocal [i386]
debathena / lucid / jdreed  17:28  (This zephyr does not necessarily reflect the views of IS&T, MIT, its)
    We should probably open a ticket

(Note that lib64nss-nonlocal [i386] depends libc6-amd64. I’m not sure why lib32nss-nonlocal [amd64] doesn’t depend libc6-i386. That might be another bug somewhere.)

#638 THERE IS NO BUG STOP REOPENING Chromium doesn’t work in AFS andersk

Reported by andersk, 12 years ago.

Description

Apparently Chromium  doesn’t work in AFS because it wants to create a socket in $HOME.

*stab*

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