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rignt $PREFIX (splitted from "files above $PREFIX")
>> $PREFIX is /usr/local/news
>> (it's about inn-2.3.5 port)
CW> No, this is wrong.
What is wrong ? $PREFIX ? Ready to hear reasons (or OpenBSD
development/porting rules). That's default value, and I found it
comfortable for debugs (easy to clean-up insuccesfull installs).
but it's theme for another tread, splitting to "right $PREFIX"
CW> You want to use the default PREFIX for INN,
CW> with various configuration and variable data split out to SYSCONFDIR
CW> and /var.
I do not understand, what you want to say this way. Don't
start with "You want ..." please.
CW> If you are looking at other systems, the Debian package is
CW> probably a good guide and the FreeBSD port a bad one.
I'm not looking to any system (almost :).
Thanks for reply.
Ilya A. Kovalenko (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org)