glibc configparms file unnecessary

Matthias Benkmann mbenkmann at gmx.de
Sun Nov 26 14:50:39 PST 2000


> I think that using 'configparm' file while unnecessary has the useful side
> effect.
> It shows this very specific to glibc way to configure the package.
> I, for instance principally do not have links /usr/share/man->/usr/man,
> /usr/share/info->/usr/info and such.

Just out of curiosity, why not? Wouldn't that save you a lot of trouble?

MSB



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