rc.local sed error on boot with debian

Bug #1700742 reported by Eric PEYREMORTE on 2017-06-27
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Bug Description

This is a very very low priority bug.

On boot we get the following error :
sed : can't find /etc/rc.local : no such file or directory

On debian 9 rc.local doesn't exist any more by default but it seems that systemd still tries to run it if existing and executable.

/usr/share/ltsp/init-ltsp.d/50-rcfiles tries to sed /etc/rc.local which produce an unpleasant error on boot.

I don't think it impacts RCFILE behavior (lts.conf) but just produces an error.

Just replace :
 sed '${/^exit 0$/d;}' -i /etc/rc.local
 sed '${/^exit 0$/d;}' -i /etc/rc.local 2> /dev/null
 [ -f /etc/rc.local ] && sed '${/^exit 0$/d;}' -i /etc/rc.local

Vagrant Cascadian (vagrantc) wrote :
Changed in ltsp:
status: New → Fix Committed
Vagrant Cascadian (vagrantc) wrote :

5.5.10 included the fix.

Changed in ltsp:
status: Fix Committed → Fix Released
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