Re: bug report against calamaris: what severity?
On Fri, 14 Dec 2001 08:49:18 -0500,
David B Harris <email@example.com> wrote:
> If I understand correctly, you're saying that on the first install
> of Calamaris, it could possibly overwrite what's already in /var/www .
> I say *first*, because if this was the second or subsequent run, you will
> have already modified /etc/calamaris.conf
$ ls /var/www/calamaris/
$ ls /etc/calamaris*
ls: /etc/calamaris*: No such file or directory
$ dpkg -s calamaris
Status: purge ok not-installed
$ sudo dpkg -i calamaris_2.42-4_all.deb
Selecting previously deselected package calamaris.
(Reading database ... 23637 files and directories currently installed.)
Unpacking calamaris (from calamaris_2.42-4_all.deb) ...
Setting up calamaris (2.42-4) ...
$ cat /etc/calamaris.conf
# configuration file for calamaris
# by Philipp Frauenfelder <firstname.lastname@example.org>
# There are three categories: daily, weekly and monthly. For each of these
# one line is responsible. There must be a line for each category but only
# cat: [daily|weekly|monthly]
# mailto: mailaddress, eg. root
# webto: path incl. file name, eg. /var/www/calamaris/daily.html.
# The script does currently not check wether the directory
# exists and fails with a rather ugly error.
# todo: [nothing|mail|web|both]
# title: try it :-)
# what log files should be parsed: [auto|squid|oops]
# auto: tries to find the log files in this order: squid, oops
# squid: parses a squid log file if available
# oops: parses a oops log file if available
I set the priority of debconf to "critical". I love a non-interactive
install. By the way, the files in /var/www/calamaris above are dummy.
(0 byte, made by the command "touch")
> I would personally suggest you file a wishlist bug asking the maintainer
> to up the priority of the debconf question(though not through the BTS,
> just privately). I doubt they'd up the priority, but I could be wrong.
How about changing the default of calamaris/*/task from "both" to "mail"?
Oohara Yuuma <email@example.com>
Graduate-school of Science, Kyoto University
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