Eivind Eklund wrote:

> This change might seem a little counterintuitive (given that
> /etc/defaults/ are for defaults, after all) but seems to be the best
> compromise for both getting the functionality jkh wants (freshly
> installed boxes have active daemons, so users don't feel they have a
> lot of extra hassle to get things up and working like they are used to
> on other Unixen), and give FreeBSD a default secure config, meaning
> the insecurities stand out.

        FWIW, I totally support this change. Personally, I think the default for
everything should be "off," and the admin should be required to enable the
services he needs. Eivind, it's good to see you, even semi-active. :)


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