Tue, 3 May 2005 08:51:00 +0200
On 2.05.05, Jörg Sommer wrote:
> Rafael Laboissiere schrieb am Sun 01. May, 18:41 (+0200) :
> > * Jörg Sommer <email@example.com> [2005-05-01 16:54]:
> > > what to do with #266981? It discribes that 00site.sl and 99defaults.sl
> > > aren't removed from /etc/jed-init.d/.
> > I think that these files existed at some point in testing. People
> > who installed the version of the jed-common package that contained
> > them have the files left in the system after the upgrade.
> But we can't remove the files, because a user may have made changes in it
> and we would remove its private config.
> How deal other packages with such problems. I think the special here is
IMHO, we should emulate the behaviour of debconf in case the package
maintainer provided a new package:
for file in [00site.sl, 99defaults.sl]:
test whether the user|administrator changed it
remove without asking
"""jed-commond does no longer include the `file` in /etc/jed-init.d/.
You or a script has modified this file
R rename to `file`.dpkg-old