On Saturday 05 August 2006 00:21, User Freebsd wrote:
> On Fri, 4 Aug 2006, Colin Percival wrote:
> > User Freebsd wrote:
> >> 'k folks ... the quick and dirty .. actually, not too dirty ...
> >>
> >> The attached script [...]
> >
> > Can you make this into a port which users can install?
> I'm not sure, can I?  Can ports install into /etc/periodic?  Or is there
> some other way of doing it?
> If you want to do the initial port and assign MAINTAINER to
> [EMAIL PROTECTED], I'll maintain it from there ... I'm just not sure
> how to deal with installing into non-/usr/local as a port ... :(

Here is a sample (working) port. Un-tar the archive under ports/sysutils. It 
installs the script to ${LOCALBASE}/etc/periodic/monthly and prints a 
message about how to enable it. Have a look at it, edit all the text 
entries to make them your own (in particular I didn't do a real pkg-descr), 
and submit it as a PR (I can assist you with that off-list if you'd like).

Feature request: the script should output one line of text indicating 
success or failure (and to remind people who read their periodic e-mails 
that it's actually running).


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