I'm trying to find a fix for bug #90673:
Proftp'd postinst contains at least one thing that modifies
echo "Editing /etc/proftpd.conf ... "
sed "s/^## //" /etc/proftpd.conf > /etc/proftpd.conf.dpkg-tmp
mv /etc/proftpd.conf.dpkg-tmp /etc/proftpd.conf
Would it be sufficient to check the md5sum of the configuration file
first, and only edit it if it matches the one I'm distributing? Or do
I really have to point the user at a set of example configuration
files in /usr/share/doc?
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