Re: Recent Woody upgrade, TeTeX, XFree86, and Mozilla
5.03.2001 pisze Dale Scheetz (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> This package is recreating hash tables, if I understand things correctly,
> and is changing the contents, and possibly even the existance of files in
Yes. It recreates /usr/local/lib/texmf/ls-R, used by the kpathsea. I
don't find anything dangerous in that.
> Sysadmins rely on the sanctity of /usr/local to maintain any package or
> software program they wish, in any fashion they see fit, without the
> package management system comming in at unexpected times and mucking up
> the contents.
And because of that there's a configuration file in /etc/texmf, which
should be edited in appropriate way. Look at /etc/texmf/texmf.cnf
(under 'Part 1'), it's all configurable.
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