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Re: Making powerd=YES default
On Wed, 3 Aug 2011 08:20:27 +0200, Alan Barrett wrote:
On Tue, 02 Aug 2011, Jean-Yves Migeon wrote:
On 01.08.2011 18:57, Alan Barrett wrote:
I suggest making the contents of /etc/defaults/rc.conf be
So I came back to this idea, but implemented it a bit differently.
the patch attached.
In essence, /etc/defaults/rc.conf includes an arch file (conditioned
its presence), etc/defaults/rc.arch.conf. This file is found under
At install time, if present, it's installed as a regular config file.
That's not an implementation of my idea. My idea is to give the end
user a single /etc/defaults/rc.conf file.
Which is still the case, except that it parses an additional file.
Yeah, we could endlessly debate on this :)
If merging file fragments at build time is too complex, then you
could make a decision at run time, since /etc/defaults/rc.conf is a
case "$(/sbin/sysctl -n hw.machine_arch)" in
foo|bar|baz) powerd=YES ;;
*) powerd=NO ;;
I'd like to keep src/etc/defaults/rc.conf untouched from all sort of MD
hooks/machinery. I am still looking at bsd.files.mk and some Makefile
magic to make the whole thing work by generating a defaults/rc.conf from
different fragments, but my current tries look still ugly.
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