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Re: [SpeechIO-86] Some suggestions regarding speechd directories
On Wed, 11 Aug 1999, Tuomas Jormola wrote:
> A regular user can run, lets say /usr/sbin/apache, if it's configured to
> listen a port above 1024. And still apache binary may not be in his path
> by default.
Right. I stopped objecting :)
> What if the init.d script, that I made for the deb, would be included
> the upstream source? It's pretty general so I'm quite sure that it'll
> with (almost) every distribution out there using SysV-stylish init.
> The only thing that can cause problems is the location of the init.d
> Debian keeps'em in /etc/init.d while RedHat in /etc/rc.d/init.d,
> if I remeber right. In this case speechd would be started by root on
> system start-up after running "make install" I think that would be neat,
That would definately be cool if you could get it to behave on both of
those distributions. There should be something somewhere you can use to
detect the distribution.
I figure some other package has got to do this... should be able to get
example stuff form somewhere.
> > Do your modifications give the uninstall the ability to remove files from
> > old locations ? Does the install remove old files ?
> No not yet. But it should, really. I fact, I didn't think about that
> option while modifying Makefile for the 1st time.
> But that can be easily added. Actually diff, which does also that,
> is right here below.
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