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Re: Bug#189370: acknowledged by developer (irrelevant)

On Wed, Apr 23, 2003 at 04:45:11PM +0900, Atsuhito Kohda wrote:

 > I don't know how you create texmf.cnf but it would be enough if you
 > create it in Debian and distribute it to other machines (but under
 > the condition that you use only compatible TeX components which is
 > your case, perhaps).


 You are not allowed to overwrite the system administrator's

 Do you understand that?

 You can't just decide that you are allowed to take over the fscking

 Can you understand that?

 Go check how update-modules works.  (which is not perfect, but it's at
 any rate much better than update-texmf)

 Did you read that file?  What are you waiting for then?

 > But it seems you dislike it by some reason or other and they are your
 > machines so it's okay how you treat them and to complain or to file a
 > bug as you like.

 You are joking, right?

 > > 	Hmm. Red Hat Works. Suse Works. Solaris Works. Debian fails.
 > >  Why does Debian have to be incompatible? I say this is a bug.
 > Ditto.

 "Ditto"... what?


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