Subject: bin/13061: newbtconf munges rbootd.conf?
To: None <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/26/2001 18:04:11
>Synopsis: newbtconf munges rbootd.conf?
>Arrival-Date: Mon May 28 17:58:00 PDT 2001
>Originator: matthew green
>Release: <NetBSD-current source date>today
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System: NetBSD fish-dances.eterna.com.au 1.5U NetBSD 1.5U (_fish_) #72: Thu Apr 26 17:45:38 EST 2001 email@example.com:/var/_fish_ i386
newbtconf(8) tells me that:
The following files are all moved into that directory and symbolic links
put in their place, in /etc, pointing to /etc/etc.current/<filename>:
why is rbootd.conf part of this? (i also notice that rc.local.conf is not
listed above.) rbootd is a server config file for netbooting HP machines,
and isn't typically going to be run elsewise like this. (one could argue
it should be handled, but if so, nearly every .conf file in /etc should be.)
ponder about this newbtconf thing, read the man page.