Re: [DEP9] call for testing of reconf-inetd (update-inetd replacement)
Ian Jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Serafeim Zanikolas writes ("Re: [DEP9] call for testing of reconf-inetd (update-inetd replacement)"):
>> Any local sysadmin changes must be done in inetd.conf, as always.
>> The choice of /usr/share/ follows from two of the requirements I
>> have set from the beginning for DEP9 :
>> - the standard configuration files of inetd and xinetd must remain the
>> authoritative files;
>> - the solution must not change the way system administrators configure inetd
>> /usr/share/reconf-inetd fragments are not configuration files; they're just
>> input to reconf-inetd. You can think of them as the file-based equivalent of
>> command line arguments to update-inetd
> OK, thanks for that explanation.
One thing though: Can I add my own local fragments? Is there a fragment
dir in /etc for that?