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Bug#848347: don't mess with gosa.conf on package upgrades

On Sun, Dec 18, 2016 at 04:37:08PM +0100, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
> [Holger Levsen]
> > users can edit files in /etc and this will make dpkg prompt, yes.
> I guess my question was unclear.  I am not talking about users editing
> files in /etc/, but Gosa admins using the web interface to configure
> Gosa and the web service modifying files in /etc/ behind the scene.  If
> so, this causes conffile questions which confuses the people who never
> modified the conffile manually.
> Is Gosa capable of modifying gosa.conf in /etc/ from the web interface?
As far as I can tell: No. Although discouraged to a high degree, admins 
can change properties contained in gosa.conf via the web interface. But 
all changes done this way go into LDAP. The file gosa.conf can be 
changed by root only.


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