apply this patch.
At least if you run nepenthes 0.1.3 and do not use RingLogger.
The problem is, the logging path is read from config, but we still log after we destroyed the config on shutdown.
So the files appear somewhere … .
Thanks to kaiowas from the gentoo team to note this, we never hit this bug as we prefer RingLogger.
To apply the patch
foo:/tmp/nepenthes-0.1.3# cat ../nepenthes-0.1.3_logger_path.diff | patch -p0
patching file nepenthes-core/include/FileLogger.hpp
patching file nepenthes-core/src/FileLogger.cpp
patching file nepenthes-core/src/RingFileLogger.cpp
you can have a look on the patch here:
I got a report somebody managed to compile & run nepenthes on
debian 3.1 on hppa-RISC/32: (100 MHz)