Re: Configuration Files created at Installation Time
Petr Cech <email@example.com> writes:
> On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 01:19:02PM +0200 , Stefan Hornburg (Racke) wrote:
> > Some packages doesn't have their configuration files
> > in PACKAGE.conffiles, like exim and apache.
> > They are created at installation file, so I see no
> > way to get them into.
> > This is bad IMHO because they cannot purged.
> Why? It's the job of postrm of corresponding package to remove itself
> (example from apache.postrm)
> if [ "$1" = "purge" ]
> rm -rf /var/lib/apache
> rm -rf /var/log/apache
> rm -rf /var/run/apache
> rm -rf /var/run/apache_runtime_status
> rm -rf /var/run/apache.status
> rm -rf /var/run/apache.scoreboard
> rm -rf /etc/apache
> if [ -e /var/www ]
> echo Website at /var/www has NOT been deleted.
> > Is there a solution for this problem ?
> see above
OK, this has some virtue. But still the obvious
dpkg -S httpd.conf fails miserably.
Thanks for you hint anyway.
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