Re: SSHd not respecting configuration in /etc
>>>>> "Adam" == Adam McKenna <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Adam> On Mon, Jan 29, 2001 at 11:51:37PM -0500, Gregory Stark
>> Every time I update my system now sshd gets disabled
>> again. This is most incredibly frustrating. The first time it
>> happened I had to search until I found non-standard a file in
>> /etc/ssh/sshd_not_to_be_run. Now every time I update I have to
>> remove this file.
Adam> You obviously told it not to run, and then told debconf not
Adam> to ask you the same questions over and over. So, each time
Adam> you upgrade ssh, it reads your old answers from the debconf
But he removed the file created by the debconf script in /etc/ssh,
which IMHO counts as a change of local configuration by the
administrator under 11.7.3 of policy 18.104.22.168. As such, the upgrade
script must respect this change. I believe it would be reasonable to
open a serious bug against ssh for not doing so. See the thread about abusing debconf recently.
I don't see why it was reasonable to bring up a problem with a single package here.