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Re: texmf.cnf again



On Tue, 10 Jun 2003 08:55:07 +0200, Andreas Metzler <ametzler@downhill.at.eu.org> said: 

> which leaves two solutions
> * Try to minimize breakage by choosing a default. Results may vary
>   depending on whether you think breaking one unix guru's sytem is
>   more important than ten newbies. ;-)
> * Don't ask the question. Proposed solutions are ucf and
>> E19OvQK-0004MW-Sg@mid.downhill.at.eu.org>. Another possibility
>> E19OvQK-0004MW-Sg@mid.downhill.at.eu.org>might
>   be to simply move /etc/texmf/texmf.cnf to /var if it is not
>   supposed to be edited.

	Policy states that configuration files live in /etc, and
 texmf.cnf is a configuration file (look at the extention -- .conf --
 for config)

	Using ucf (especially with the merge option) would be fine.

	manoj
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