Thorsten Kukuk wrote:
You have the distribution default in /usr/etc
You have your own "change" in /etc.
If we take login.defs as example:
/usr/etc/login.defs uses for NIS DES.
You create a file like /etc/login.defs.d/crypt.defs and changes
the default to SHA512.
So this one uses the same approach as systemd, yes? Overwrite files in
Your /etc/services file contains only your change,
If there is an update, you don't need to manual merge them, it's done
automatically for you by glibc.
But services is different? So not /etc/services.d/mychange.conf?
How do I know which 'type' a config is?
He should save the modified/new entries there, not a
copy of the whole
Might be helpful to create an empty file with hints how to proceed?
tell me, that I will run into this problem?
The problem is the same as today for you, absolut no difference. If
there will be a change, we have ideas for a tool to display the changes.
Which would mean, it's even in that case better than today!
But up to now, it's not needed.
No, at the moment the existence of a *.rpm* file (if I check for it) tells me
that there had been a change. With the new method I cannot easily find out if
there had been a change in the config file. So I'd never notice I am missing
meld /etc/configfile /usr/etc/configfile?
Where's the problem?
I need someone to tell me that I need to run this ;^>
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