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Bug#370340: marked as done (Changing /etc/issue not supported)



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Package: base-files
Severity: wishlist

Hi

Automatically changing etc/issue is not policy compliant for the moment
as one needs to edit a conffile.

A solution might be to create etc/issue in the maintainerscripts so it's
no conffile anymore...

Cheers

Luk

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Hi

I consider other bugs more important than arguing about that.
For the record, yes I believe that we shouldn't have stuff like Debian 
testing/unstable in there, especially when subprojects like Debian-Edu 
release prereleases and yes we would like to include the string
"Debian-Edu prerelease x etch based" or whatever, but yes I can also live 
without that especially if it is too difficult to implement or people 
disagree.

Cheers
Steffen

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