Installing Ubuntu-Trusty Clients - bash shellshock issue?
accounts at climate.unibe.ch
Fri Jun 19 16:22:25 CEST 2015
Ok - now I understand ...
It fits perfectly because I re-created my nfsroot on 5.May - shortly
after my last Ubuntu install, today I did the first Ubuntu installation
since then ...
I dont remember how old my former nfsroot was - but most likely I
created last year
Thanks a lot!
On 06/19/2015 03:54 PM, Thomas Lange wrote:
>>>>>> On Fri, 19 Jun 2015 15:09:38 +0200, René Bleisch <accounts at climate.unibe.ch> said:
> > today I installed an Ubuntu Trusty Client from my Debian/wheezy nfsroot (which I use for all Debian and Ubuntu clients).
> > during the installation, suddenly some "/bin/bash: error importing function definition for `BASH_FUNC" errors where thrown.
> > The installation seems to succed - the configurations are successfull, I can boot into the system and everything works as expected.
> > => hence its not a serious issue but only annoying because it spoofs the fai.log
> > => it only occurs during Ubuntu trusty installations (no such errors for wheezy/jessie clients)
> > => it never happened before (my last Ubuntu install was 25.April)
> > => googleing suggests, that it is related to bash being patched for the "Shellshock" vulnerability (was it included in a recent Ubuntu-bash-package update?)
> > Did anyone have similar issues with Ubuntu clients?
> We had the same problem with Debian some time ago. You can just ignore
> this ugly messages. See also
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