# if (not config.has_key('hardlink')):
if (not config.__contains__('hardlink')):
jk_update work again.
There are also other issues with other jk_ executables.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/sbin/jk_list", line 159, in <module>
File "/sbin/jk_list", line 156, in main
File "/sbin/jk_list", line 92, in printResults
TypeError: '<' not supported between instances of 'ListResult' and 'ListResult'
As lang as ubuntu not had upgraded the jailkit-package in their repositories, we might need to finde a workflow to fix this in the meantime
But you had 2.19 installed and the current release is 2.23. So if you just set up that server, it should have had 2.23 on it. If you set that server up the day that Ubuntu 20.04 was released, it should have 2.21 on it.
2.19 is wrong (and I don’t know where OP got it from, as we don’t provide jailkit packages for Ubuntu), but Ubuntu 20.04 does not have 2.23. OP should have jailkit version 2.21, and we haven’t had any bug reports about it, so I assume it works.