Bernhard Voelker composed on 2019-06-04 08:32 (UTC+0200):
Thorsten Kukuk wrote:
> Put the default, by a Linux distributor
> shipped configuration files somewhere below /usr, and /etc only contains
> the overwrite.
b) Then: "Others have the same problem",
What do they do?
I mean other rpm-based distros can't ignore the problem.
Do they have a workaround or solution which is "good enough"?...
IME (seat of the pants), I have higher total installed package counts in Fedora
than in openSUSE, because I find it's easier on openSUSE to not have
unneeded/unwanted rpms installed on it. At the same time, I've been more likely to
find a file exists in openSUSE's /etc/ that does not in Fedora's /etc/ than the
converse. This I attribute to use of fewer deviations from upstream by Fedora, as
well as more use of /usr/ for Fedora's deviations from upstream defaults.
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