Thorsten Kukuk writes:
Yes, I had. I
have never touched nsswitch.conf after installation
myself, so obviously whatever check was applied to determine it was
changed from the default did make some unwarranted assumptions.
RPM compares the hash of the old original file from
the RPM database with the current installed one to find out if there
was a modification.
The assumption when using that facility then is that the file in
question is actually never touched -- and it obviously is a wrong
assumption. I've in the meantime updated a second system that got a
fresh install just about half a year ago and also there nsswitch.conf
was modified, again without me changing anything directly.
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