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Re: packaging spambouncer - cronjob updates in /usr???

On Sun, Jan 06, 2002 at 05:31:28PM +0100, martin f krafft wrote:
> if i package spambouncer so that a configurable cronjob obtains updates
> on the anti-spam rules and databases from the spambouncer website, then
> the files can't remain in /usr, right?
> the primary candidate for installation of spambouncer is
> /usr/share/spambouncer, but /usr/lib/spambouncer might be better. in any
> case, since /usr should be ro-mountable, these files should really be
> sitting in /var/lib, right? that would mean that the entire "program"
> sits in /var. is this acceptable?

The changing things go in /var/lib/spambouncer or something... If there 
are executables, these should go into /usr/bin or /usr/sbin or something.

- Adam

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