Re: Default organization: is there a site config file?
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- Subject: Re: Default organization: is there a site config file?
- From: Ian Jackson <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 4 Jan 96 19:51 GMT
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Manoj Srivastava writes ("Re: Default organization: is there a site config file?"):
> We could set up post install scripts to check for
> /etc/news/organization, and create it if that file does not exist, if
> the opinion is that /etc/news/organization should be the location for
> this information (currently I create an /etc/organization file, but I
> could change that).
I think you should check for /etc/news/organization and create it if
it doesn't exist. If it does exist you can use it, silently.