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Bug#97671: marked as done (xutils: why is rstart.real a conffile?)

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Package: xutils
Version: 4.03-3

It seems like /etc/X11/rstart/rsartd.real is both an ELF file and
conffile.  This seems strange to me - and what is a runnable, compiled
program doing in /etc?  Shouldn't that go into /usr/X11R6 somewhere?


Tollef Fog Heen
Unix _IS_ user friendly... It's just selective about who its friends are.

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Subject: Re: Bug#97671: tech ctte resolution requested re: severity of bug#97671/143825
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Ian Jackson, as tech ctte chairman, wrote:
> The Technical Committee has already referred this question to the
> Bug System Administrators and the Project Leadership.  Quoting from
> our resolution on the matter:

Branden Robinson, in a mail to control@bugs.debian.org, wrote:
> merge 97671 143825
> severity normal
> tag 97671 + help upstream
> thanks

As the tech ctte have resolved not to do anything about this bug,
and two project leaders have refrained from touching it at all, you're
evidently not going to get a more authoritative judgement on the severity
of Bug#143825, than mine whether taken as either release manager or one
of the BTS maintainers. If you choose not to accept this, and cannot
get either the tech ctte or the DPL to actively support your position
overruling my judgement, but try to downgrade the bug nevertheless,
I'll add technical measures to stop that from happening. I'd appreciate
it if you refrain from wasting my time or your own in such a manner.

Closing this report with this message.


Anthony Towns <aj@humbug.org.au> <http://azure.humbug.org.au/~aj/>
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