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From: Zac Slade (el_grecoswbell.net)
Date: Wed Dec 12 2001 - 14:53:08 CST
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> This is just another reason why, in post-install, we should
> send a generic message to root indicating what needs to be
> done post-install (ie. if mysql is installed, tell user to
> set password, same for postgres, do this for apache, do that
> for squid, etc.).
> We should also have the installer ask the question "what user
> will receive root's mail" and automatically setup the alias
> in /etc/aliases or something so that when we send mail to
> root, it is not discovered months later when a user logs in
> as root and checks mail.
Amen to that. That would make my life so much easier. Way less
dealing with configs post-install that shouldn't be nessecary!
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