Subject: Re: upgrading -> missing files in /etc
To: Christian Groessler <>
From: Luke Mewburn <>
List: current-users
Date: 12/22/2002 10:23:15
On Sat, Dec 21, 2002 at 10:43:21PM +0100, Christian Groessler wrote:
  | Hi,
  | since some time I get on the machines I keep -current some kind of the
  | following postinstall report:
  | [tann:/usr/src/etc]# ./postinstall check
  | Source directory: /usr/src
  | Target directory: /
  | defaults check:
  | mtree check:
  | gid check:
  | uid check:
  | periodic check:
  | rc check:
  | ssh check:
  |         /etc/moduli does not exist
  | wscons check:
  | makedev check:
  | postfix check:
  |         /etc/postfix/postfix-script does not exist
  |         /etc/postfix/post-install does not exist
  |         /etc/postfix/postfix-files does not exist
  | obsolete check:
  | postinstall checks passed: defaults mtree gid uid periodic rc wscons makedev obsolete
  | postinstall checks failed: ssh postfix
  | [tann:/usr/src/etc]# 
  | I'm not using ssh (as server) and postfix on these machine, but where
  | can I get some sane placeholder/example files for clean up postinstall?

Either run "./postinstall fix", or look at the source to postinstall
to see what locations its using as the "source" copy to check against
for those files.