Re: A configuration tool for debian
On Sat, 4 Sep 1999 21:39:56 -0700 Joey Hess <email@example.com> wrote:
>> 4) It should be completely transparent for who don't want to use it.
> Huh? Can run in non-interactive-use-defaults mode if desired, if that's what
> you mean.
No; I mean that who don't want to use the configuration tool (and thus
want to use Debian as a "traditional" UNIX), must be free to not use
Personally I don't care of this, but I know people who cares...
> At least 1 through 3 are already very well laid out via the debian
> configuration management specification. See
> I have a nearly-done implementation of it, too:
I've read the draft, and I'm quite impressed with it; if I were known
about it I wouldn't never posted my proposal.
For me the important thing is to integrate a configuration tool in
Debian soon (and thus get rid of the interactive scripts) not that
this tool must be what I've proposed.
> I don't know what kind of configuration tool you're proposing,
...Have you really read the rest of my post? ;)