John Hasler wrote:
> Daniel writes:
>> Debian packages should have some standard place to go to to see those
>> latter kinds of information. If it did, that place could also hold an
>> indication of any daemons started (or installed but pending further
>> configuration) by installing a package.
> /usr/share/doc/<packagename> contains README.debian, the upstream README,
> and any other documentation provided by upstream other than man pages and
> info files.
Yes, I know. But there's little or no consistency, and I don't recall
seeing one that said things like what daemons were started, or what commands
are newly available.
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