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Re: [leafnode-list] --prefix=/... config file
Thorsten Gunkel schrieb am 2004-02-15:
> I'm just testing leafnode-2.0.0.alpha20040119a. And as always I have
> fun with leafnode's configure options :-)
> After a quick configure --help I tried:
> | ./configure --prefix=/usr/local --enable-spooldir=/mnt/news/leafnode_2004_01/
> (is --prefix=/usr/local still necessary or will /usr/local really be
> default for everything?)
leafnode uses autoconf defaults (/usr/local unless overridden by a
locally installed config.site)
> | === configuration summary: (NONE is ok here and means the default) ===
> | prefix: /usr/local
> | sysconfdir: /usr/local/etc
> | spooldir: /mnt/news/leafnode_2004_01
> I'm sure you agree that /usr/local/etc/config may not be your first choice.
It will automatically append /leafnode to sysconfdir - the config.c file
that is created by "make" (or make config.c) shows the real defaults -
so /usr/local/etc/leafnode/config is what you get.
There is some mess here, I don't want to pollute some pristine
$sysconfdir but many auto-configuration systems pass --sysconfdir=/etc
(or /usr/local/etc) that's why I'm appending leafnode.
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