> On Thu, 5 Nov 2009 13:15:24 -0500, Mark Stosberg <m...@summersault.com> wrote: > > For software to send the pages, I use the "gammu" port. > > ^^^^ > > I ran "gammu-config" for the initial setup, and then moved the > > resulting file from /root/.gammurc to the more standard > > location: /etc/gammurc > ^^^^ > FreeBSD separates configuration files for the system (/etc > subtree) and for additional ports (/usr/local/etc subtree), > so /usr/local/etc/gammurc would, in my opinion, be the > correct place for this file.
I agree. However, the related man pages didn't reference this option. This seems like a place where the code and docs could use a small patch to work this way on FreeBSD. (Or maybe it already works this way, and the docs don't reflect it). I suppose in my case, I could still move the config file to /usr/local/etc/ and then symlink it from /etc/, which would meet the requirements of the software, and also meet the expectations of someone expecting a standard FreeBSD layout. > Many thanks, Mark, this really sounds interesting and useful, > a very good combination. :-) You are welcome. I have been running a hosting business on FreeBSD since about 1997 and it has worked very well for us. Mark -- http://mark.stosberg.com/ _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"