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softmaker-office: fix unlocking again #100805

merged 2 commits into from Oct 18, 2020


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@danieldk danieldk commented Oct 17, 2020

Motivation for this change

The PR should fix unlocking again. It turns out that the /bin/ls intercept is still needed. However, with the intercept enabled, startup was slow and resulted in many segfaults. It seems that the unlock code needs access to several programs. The second commit adds the relevant packages to PATH.

cc @romildo

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danieldk added 2 commits Oct 17, 2020
These seem to be needed for the SoftMaker/FreeOffice unlock code. If
they are not added to PATH, startup takes a very long time and reports
many segmentation faults.

Fixes NixOS#71228.
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@romildo romildo left a comment

Tested freeoffice locally. Looks good to me.

@romildo romildo merged commit 2f74428 into NixOS:master Oct 18, 2020
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