Re: New release of iptraf
Frederic Peters <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> So I have cfconv that can be launched to upgrade config files. It's
> a job for postinst, no problem, my question is : Since cfconv is
> useless after postinst, can I move it to /usr/doc/iptraf/ with a
> word in README.Debian saying what I did ? Because if it stays in
> /usr/sbin/, I will have to write a manpage :) I move it 'cause I
> think a 'rm /usr/sbin/cfcon' in postinst is not the right solution
I would suggest not doing either. Moving files around under dpkg's
nose is IMHO Bad (and will confuse things like cruft), and although
it's unavoidable sometimes, such shenanigans should be _very_ limited.
Why not just have the file in /usr/doc/iptraf and run it from there in
Oh, and please remember to check your arguments in the postinst.
~Yawn And Walk North~ http://yawn.nocrew.org/
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