Re: When bind9 reinstalls, no db.root
On Wed, Aug 21, 2002 at 04:23:16PM -0700, Marc Singer wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 21, 2002 at 07:06:22PM -0400, Matt Zimmerman wrote:
> > _Any_ program whose default (Debian) configuration file specifies
> > options which are different from the compiled-in defaults.
> > For specific examples, see almost any program on your system with a
> > global config file.
> Hand-waving doesn't constitute an example.
How about bash? A missing /etc/bash.bashrc has a different effect than the
default /etc/bash.bashrc. A missing /etc/bash_completion has a different
effect than the default /etc/bash_completion. Missing /etc/skel/.bash* will
avoid having any .bash* files copied into new users' home directories. I
think that you have bash installed (assuming you run Debian), so you now
have an example that you can experiment with on your own system. And you
didn't have to go to the trouble of figuring it out for yourself.
You may shut up now.