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[Bug 1557327] Re: kvm-ok script gives syntax error when running on kvm


This bug was fixed in the package cpu-checker - 0.7-0ubuntu7

cpu-checker (0.7-0ubuntu7) xenial; urgency=medium

  * cpu-checker-s390x.patch: Fix kvm-ok to not crash when no virt is
    available. (LP: #1557327)

 -- William Grant <wgrant@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 15 Mar 2016 18:26:37 +1100

** Changed in: cpu-checker (Ubuntu)
       Status: In Progress => Fix Released

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  kvm-ok script gives syntax error when running on kvm

Status in cpu-checker package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  While debugging something, I ran the kvm-ok script on a VM running on
  openstack, and got an interesting error:

  ubuntu@juju-bradm-lcy02-machine-0:~$ sudo kvm-ok
  INFO: /dev/kvm does not exist
  HINT:   sudo modprobe kvm_intel
  INFO: Your CPU supports KVM extensions
  /usr/sbin/kvm-ok: 120: /usr/sbin/kvm-ok: Syntax error: "else" unexpected (expecting "then")
  ubuntu@juju-bradm-lcy02-machine-0:~$ echo $?

  The code in question just needs a ; then added at the end of it.

  Please let me know if you need any further information.

  $ dpkg-query -W cpu-checker
  cpu-checker	0.7-0ubuntu6

  $ lsb_release -d
  Description:	Ubuntu Xenial Xerus (development branch)

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