Subject: Re: bin/10100: rc.d/sendmail does not like my upgraded system
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 05/11/2000 21:17:03
> I feel the current code (die if /etc/sendmail.cf exists) is more safe.
> and makes sense. With the attached patch, the worst story would be:
> - you have custom sendmail.cf in /etc, and netbsd-standard sendmail.cf
> in /etc/mail
> - you start rc.d/sendmail, sendmail uses netbsd-standard sendmail.cf,
> bounce your emails due to config differences
>sendmail .cf in...
>/etc /etc/mail behavior
>--- --- ---
>no no who cares, invoke sendmail (and it dies)
>exist no obsolete location, die
>no exist happy
>exist exist misuse can occur, die
um...okay. i concede your point. :)
someone please close the pr, then?
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