RE: `suidmanager': What about things installed before it is?
On 03-Feb-98 Karl M. Hegbloom wrote:
> What happens when a package is installed prior to `suidmanager', and
> it wants to register itself? It will check for the -x of
> `suidregister', and skip the registration. Then, afer a bit, dselect
> might install `suidmanager', making it available. Any package that
> wants it after that will get registered, but the ones before won't
> I can imagine there being other similar situations, between other
> sets of packages.
> What can be done? Any ideas?
Packages (e.g. A), which want to be registerd by another package (eg. B), should
create a file F (eg. /usr/lib/xref/B.todo/A) to avoid such a
problem. File F
may contain some options for B.
If B is installed later it should check this directory.
It may be possible to run a command (eg. /usr/lib/xref/B.update) after
installing/updateting several packages. This program can check the directory and
updates the internal files of B.
This could be useful for menu dwww ...
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