Re: Local, custom and persistent (/etc) config files in Debian
2010/10/1 Jonas Smedegaard <email@example.com>:
> I feel your question is inappropriate for this list, which is for
> non-technical discussions. I suggest to repost to either d-devel or d-user,
> depending on what you mean by "we" in last sentence above:
> "We" (Debian developers) must obey Debian Policy for all packages, which
> means we are quite limited in how we can have one package configure another.
> "We" (subdistributions, sysadmins and other Debian users) on the other hand
> can do whatever we like - but can only expect non-interactive upgrades of
> pieces not customized by us.
> Quite interesting dilemma, but wrong list IMO.
I also though to post on debian-devel, but it felt inappropriate in
this stage of the release cycle. It seems to me and I posted to this
mailing-list to explore unknown cases where people might explain their
own cases and if its a common issue rather than just a localized one.
In any case, I shall follow your advice and post to more appropriate
place. Thanks for the suggestion.
"Our Sun unleashes tremendous flares expelling hot gas into the Solar
System, which one day will disconnect us."
-- Day DVB-T stop working nicely
Video flare: http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap100510.html