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TestingBug ReportMediumMedium[xfontsel] Problem with font handlingUnconfirmed
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Description: Bug related to the font handling under Hyperbola. xfontsel doesn’t list the PCF bitmapped fonts, which are used for some legacy tools with Motif/Athena for instance. If you want to use a font with good coverage of symbols (misc fixed 10×20 iso10646-1) under DDD (for accented/non ASCII characters), you can’t, you are restricted to ASCII 9×15 fonts.

Additional info:
This error happens even if all -meta font meta-packages are installed.

AnyFreedom IssueMediumMedium[filesystem] Review of permissionsUnconfirmed
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Description: Packages leaves warnings about installation being within difference of the filesystem. So the package filesystem should get another review in time and warnings get therefore a solution.

AnyBug ReportLowMedium[cryptsetup] when dmcrypt start, the "/" filesystem, m...Assigned
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When dmcrypt service start, the “/” filesystem is remounted, mtab is updated and bootmisc is recording the login users, by waiting time scheduling:

* root: waiting for dmcrypt (50 seconds)
* root: timed out waiting for dmcrypt
* Remounting root filesystem read/write ...
* Remounting filesystems ...
* mtab: waiting for dmcrypt (50 seconds)
* mtab: timed out waiting for dmcrypt
* Updating /etc/mtab ...
* Creating mtab symbolic link
* bootmisc: waiting to dmcrypt (50 seconds)
* bootmisc: timed out waiting for dmcrypt
* Creating user login records ...

These features on dmcrypt service are useless and these lines print above filesystem passphrase order (the printed line), those ones break printed console and print the pressed keyboard digit when I’m setting up password.
Sometimes this breaks services startup, and I need press “enter” consecutively to allow run the services.

StableBug ReportVery LowVery Low[spamassassin] has different directory permissions than...Deferred
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Description:
The /usr/sbin directory in spamassassin has permissions 755
https://git.hyperbola.info:50100/packages/extra.git/tree/spamassassin/PKGBUILD#n88

And ‘filesystem’ sets it to 750
https://git.hyperbola.info:50100/packages/core.git/tree/filesystem/PKGBUILD#n135

So when installing spamassassin, pacman throws a warning

warning: directory permissions differ on /usr/sbin/
filesystem: 750  package: 755

Additional info:
* spamassassin 3.4.2-1.hyperbola2

StableBug ReportVery LowVery Low[postfix] has different directory permissions than 'fil...Deferred
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Description:
The /usr/sbin directory in postfix has permissions 755
https://git.hyperbola.info:50100/packages/extra.git/tree/postfix/PKGBUILD#n115

And ‘filesystem’ sets it to 750
https://git.hyperbola.info:50100/packages/core.git/tree/filesystem/PKGBUILD#n135

So when installing postfix, pacman throws a warning

warning: directory permissions differ on /usr/sbin/
filesystem: 750  package: 755

Additional info:
* postfix-3.2.2-1.hyperbola6

StableBug ReportVery LowVery Low[fail2ban] update dovecot failregex to support verbose ...Unconfirmed
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Description:
The /etc/fail2ban/filter.d/dovecot.conf file has a failregex with the following:

^%(__prefix_line)s(?:auth|auth-worker\(\d+\)): (?:pam|passwd-file)\(\S+,<HOST>\): unknown user\s*$

and works with things like:

Month day time hostname dovecot: auth: passwd-file(user@domain.com,IP): unknown user

but with verbosity enabled in Dovecot, this output looks like this:

Month day time hostname dovecot: auth: passwd-file(user@domain.com,IP): unknown user (given password: password)

and in this case it doesn’t work, but it does if we fix the failregex if we replace it with:

^%(__prefix_line)s(?:auth|auth-worker\(\d+\)): (?:pam|passwd-file)\(\S+,<HOST>\): unknown user( \(given password: \S*\))?\s*$

with this new expression, it works with and without verbosity

And regarding postfix, to make it work correctly I “backported” some pieces from newest failregex:

/etc/fail2ban/postfixr-rbl.conf:

^%(__prefix_line)sNOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from \S+\[<HOST>\]: [45]54 [45]\.7\.1 Service unavailable; Client host \[\S+\] blocked using .* from=<\S*> to=<\S+> proto=ESMTP helo=<\S*>$

/etc/fail2ban/postfix.conf: (second failregex)

^%(__prefix_line)sNOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from \S+\[<HOST>\]: 45[04] 4\.7\.1 Client host rejected: cannot find your (reverse )?hostname, (\[\S*\]); from=<\S*> to=<\S+> proto=ESMTP helo=<\S*>$

I can create a patch if you want. Note that I haven’t tested all filters, some others may also need some rework

Additional info:
* fail2ban-0.9.6-2.hyperbola3

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