Description of problem:
Under screen, after selecting MTA and hitting OK, you get "Segmentation fault". It seems like links are updated and such though.
Running on the console (TERM=linux) or in an xterm (TERM=xterm), it works fine.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Run "screen".
2. Run "system-switch-mail" in the new screen.
3. Select the current MTA and hit OK.
┌─────────────┤ Information ├──────────────┐
│ Your MTA configuration has succesfully │
│ been updated. │
│ ┌────┐ │
│ │ OK │ │
│ └────┘ │
I only tried selecting Postfix. It's possible that switching to other MTAs might work.
I just accidentally did "TERM=vt100 system-switch-mail" instead of "TERM=xterm system-switch-mail" like I intended, and that segfaulted as well.
i cannot reproduce this issue on my testing machine with above steps, can switch MTA without any crash with system-switch-mail-1.0.1-1.fc13.noarch.
could you please attatch the output if this command line.
rpm -q slang newt newt-python python
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I'm closing that bugzilla INSUFFICIENT_DATA because there's no testcase to reproduce this issue. Feel free to reopen it once you find some way how to reproduce it.