[logcheck] I hear you...
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Just letting you know that I read your changelog (apt-listchanges)
and agree that logcheck ought to be developed further and made
standard. Like debconfiscation, I think that a dedicated team of
maintainers should start working on NMU patches for all of the stuff
that does not yet support it but should. (that NMU policy I found
via Debian Weekly News is good; please make it official policy.)
logrotate also comes to mind, as does the init.d/rc.d situation...
Red Hat has a tool called ... uh; what do they call that? I've never
used it, but have heard of it; it's something like our
"update-rc.d"... I really would like to see a dependancy based
init.d setup that works something along the lines of the description
I read of the main menu code for the new "debian-installer".
Packages that install an init.d script would specify a control header
giving a default priority? Or perhaps a debconf template would give
it one? </ramble>
I was Linux when Linux wasn't cool.