Re: get-news.inn script in suck-3.3.2-1 package...
In article <[🔎] Pine.LNX.3.95.970104135844.30804Cfirstname.lastname@example.org>,
Paul Seelig <email@example.com.Uni-Mainz.de> wrote:
>I hate to follow up to myself but here we go anyway:
>Robert Yetman, the maintainer of the original suck distribution, gave me
>the hint to check '/etc/news/newsfeeds' for the flags 'Wf'. It turned out
>that the flag 'f' which adds the article files to be uploaded with their
>full pathname to '/var/spool/news/.outgoing/the.remote.site'. Replacing it
>with 'n' resulted in adding the pathname relative to the news spool
>directory and the script 'get-news.inn' now works as devised. :-)
>Looks like the INN package maintainer and the suck package maintainer
>should have a talk with each other, isn't it?
But what does this have to do with the INN package? You have added
a wrong entry to /etc/news/newsfeeds that doesn't even exist in the
default configuration. What can INN do about that?
Perhaps better documentation in the suck package would help.
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