[phpLogCon] install.php remove or not
alorbach at ro1.adiscon.com
Fri May 16 16:57:10 CEST 2008
> I'm afraid it's not possible. I can only remove the file if it was an
> > update.
> > > But then there is rpm -V problem.
> > Ok what I can do is, I can add a check like I described above. If
> > config.php is empty, this means install.php is allowed to run. If
> > size of config.php is more then 0, the install.php script will deny
> > attempt to open it. In order to reconfigure phpLogCon, the
> > file would need to be deleted or replaced with an empty one.
> thnx. Andre, I think this will push us further. I'm sorry I thought I
> handle it in spec file, but I was wrong. I hope it helps other distros
No problem ;) - the more I think about this, the more I like this way to
handle the install.php.
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