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Re[4]: Server Adjustments

From: Konstantin Andreev
Subject: Re[4]: Server Adjustments
Date: Tue, 15 Dec 2009 15:05:39 +0300
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Hello, Glus.

First of all, autoconf works at build time, not install time. A particular 
system, on which you install the software, may have habits different from build 

Second, autoconf relies on development tools, which may be not available at 
install time.

And last, but not least, autoconf is explicitly designed to detect only 
features, the build depends upon. Briefly speaking, autoconf is not a right 
tool to detect system administrative environment.

Typically, application packager makes separate packages for every particular 
system he supports.

Best regards,
Konstantin Andreev, software engineer.
Swemel JSC

On Tue, 15 Dec 2009, Glus Xof wrote:
Yesterday, I wrote,

I understand.,, but what happens about /etc/init.d shell scripts (I mean the ones 
which start, stop & restart servers) ?  Would be possible to get more info 
about the way of manage them ?

But, this silence starts to make me think. Maybe, you want to tell me that 
these scripts are also the task of the one who installs the server... doesn't 
it ?


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