Re: dpkg / apt equivalent to 'rpm -qf'?
John Summerfield writes:
> I know shorewall 2.0 as packaged for Debian has an empty /etc/shorewall,
> but why it shouldn't be full of sample config files containing lots of
> interesting comments I really don't know.
Because you have not filed a bug with a patch containing such a file.
> Even where the developer finds it absolutely necessary to generate config
> files at install time, I don't see why there can't be (maybe empty, maybe
> entirely commented out) config files to replace.
That's exactly what I was suggesting. However, I see no point in putting
anything in a file that is going to be overwritten at installation.
firstname.lastname@example.org (John Hasler)
Dancing Horse Hill