Bug#307584: apache2-common: Rename /etc/apache2/conf.d/apache2-doc to apache2-doc.conf
"Adam Conrad" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Uhm, how many packages have you filed bugs like this on, and more
> importantly, what are you smoking while doing it? We have made no such
> change to the apache2 default config, and it continues to work as it
> always has, bugs and all.
I appologize that I made a mistake here. And I don't smoke!
> If YOUR local config is set up to not allow files other than *.conf,
> that's not something we pushed to you, it's something you did on
> your own.
I did not set up my local config like this. And the change in the
config happened on two machines the day apache2 got updated. And I
found that under bug #304786:
| Apache configuration has been modified to include only files in conf.d that
| end in .conf.
So why should I think that change has not been made by the apache2
Now I have investigated that issue and found out that this change in
the apache2 config has been made by the phpmyadmin package. There a
bug has already been filed under #307275.
> The real fix for other bugs relating to this one is for me to get a patch
> in to ignore .dpkg-* files, etc, not to constrain people to using only