On 19/09/2007, Andrew Dunstan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Radoslaw Zielinski wrote:
> > That would be fine for a particular installation, but isn't really
> > suitable for a startup script shipped with a linux distribution.  Sure,
> I think it's broken for a distro to ship with config files setting a
> socket dir other than the one they compile in.

The distro uses the default, of course.  The issue is: the startup
script stops working if a sysadmin changes it manually, for whatever

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