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Bug#258056: marked as forwarded (libgsmme 99% cpu usage)

Subject: Bug#258056: marked as forwarded libgsmme 99% cpu usage
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Date: Tue, 17 May 2005 04:03:22 -0700
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Debian GNU/Linux patch to prevent 99% cpu usage:



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Package: libgsmme1c102
Severity: normal
Tags: patch


I've sent this patch last year and seems even today the bug remains
at least in sarge/testing libgsm-1.10 

Original developer thanked me for the patch but who knows did it make
to the distribution, anyway I'd like at least debian package libgsmme102c
be blessed with this (prevents 100% CPU usage when you take irda device
out of range). 


--- gsmlib-1.10/gsmlib/gsm_unix_serial.cc.orig  Sat Jul 19 17:05:49 2003
+++ gsmlib-1.10/gsmlib/gsm_unix_serial.cc       Sat Jul 19 17:03:37 2003
@@ -131,7 +131,7 @@
       int res = read(_fd, &c, 1);
       if (res != 1)
-        return -1;
+        throwModemException(_("end of file when reading from TA"));
         readDone = true;

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