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Re: Bug#242367: /etc/defaults/apache does not exist

On Tue, 6 Apr 2004, Kai Hendry wrote:

> Package: apache
> Version:
> Severity: normal
> I am trying to set apache to have liberal umask setting, to ensure www-data
> user does not write something with incorrect permissions.
> So I'm putting umask 002 in /etc/init.d/apache, but I see there I should
> be :
> # The variables below are NOT to be changed.  They are there to make the
> # script more readable.  Look in /etc/defaults/apache for editable variables.
> But:
> hendry@bilbo:~$ ls /etc/defaults/apache
> ls: /etc/defaults/apache: No such file or directory
> So is this a bug or where should I be configuring this?

It is an old left over. /etc/defaults/apache is not use anymore. I will
remove the comment soon. Thanks


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