Re: PATH setting used by dpkg to run postinstall scripts?
Martijn van Oosterhout <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Thu, Oct 17, 2002 at 10:53:49AM +1000, Brian May wrote:
> > It is possible that the system adminstrator may prefer using
> > a 3rd party version of adduser, for instance (maybe a script that
> > enhances on /usr/sbin/adduser for interactive use), but doesn't
> > want it to break packages that really intend to use
> > /usr/sbin/adduser.
> > Of course, the same thing could work both ways (the system adminstrator
> > may want the new improved version of adduser to be used instead, maybe
> > it has support for LDAP for instance).
> > So I am not about to provide any solutions here...
> Seems to me that aforementioned should reset his own PATH before executing
> dpkg. Maybe using a wrapper script?
Let's call it, eh, /usr/local/bin/dpkg :-)
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