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Bug 4957

Summary: lpd does not handle remote requests properly
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: Geoff Reedy <geoff+fedora>
Component: lprAssignee: David Lawrence <dkl>
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Version: 6.0CC: geoff+fedora
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Description Geoff Reedy 1999-09-07 18:13:27 UTC
I tried this before, but it seems to have gotten lost...

lpd attempts to create a null file, because a mktemp(3) call
fails since a memcpy apparently leaves the string without
six X charaters at the end of the string.  In this situation
mktemp(3) returns a NULL string.  I have a patch, but
bugzilla says I should refer a bug number.

Comment 1 Bill Nottingham 1999-09-07 19:26:59 UTC
*** Bug 4949 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***

lpd does not spool remote requests properly, because it is
trying to create a temprorary file, but fails.  Upon further
inspection, it is because of a mktemp(3) call returning
NULL, and then an attempt to create a file with this name.
This, of course, fails and the print job is not spooled
correctly, causing it not to print.  I have a patch, but
bugzilla wants there to be a bug report before submiting a
patch.

------- Additional Comments From pbrown@redhat.com  09/07/99 13:10 -------
Can you please attach your patch now?This has already been fixed in the latest lpd in Raw Hide.