File ensure-service-stop-unmounts-filesystem.patch of Package kbfs

From: Matthias Bach <marix@marix.org>
Date: 2018-11-09 21:15:00 +0100
Subject: Ensure stopping the kbfs service also unmounts the filesystem
Upstream: never

Stopping the service will leave the filesystem in an unmounted but non-
working state. Explicitly unmounting it when stopping the service solves
this.

This patch can't be upstreamed in this form as it includes the hardcoded
mountpoint assumption which mirrors usptreams assumption, but they would
always have the mountdir config filled.

diff -rub kbfs-2.11.0o/packaging/linux/systemd/kbfs.service kbfs-2.11.0/packaging/linux/systemd/kbfs.service
--- kbfs-2.11.0o/packaging/linux/systemd/kbfs.service	2018-11-30 22:17:56.000000000 +0100
+++ kbfs-2.11.0/packaging/linux/systemd/kbfs.service	2019-01-02 20:16:11.651296726 +0100
@@ -10,9 +10,9 @@
 # `systemctl --user restart kbfs.service` will hit mount failures if there
 # are any running shells cd'd into a Keybase folder.
 EnvironmentFile=-%t/keybase/keybase.kbfs.env
-ExecStartPre=-/bin/sh -c 'fusermount -uz "$(keybase config get -d -b mountdir)"'
+ExecStartPre=-/bin/sh -c 'SERVICE=$(keybase config get -d -b mountdir); fusermount -uz "${SERVICE:-%t/keybase/kbfs}"'
 ExecStart=/usr/bin/kbfsfuse -debug -log-to-file
-ExecStop=-/bin/sh -c 'fusermount -uz "$(keybase config get -d -b mountdir)"'
+ExecStop=/bin/sh -c 'SERVICE=$(keybase config get -d -b mountdir); fusermount -uz "${SERVICE:-%t/keybase/kbfs}"'
 Restart=on-failure
 # Ensure the default mountdir exists
 RuntimeDirectory=keybase/kbfs