Hi deoren,

On Wed, Jun 25, 2014 at 6:46 AM, deoren <prosody-...@whyaskwhy.org> wrote:
> by prosody.im. I have this apt entry:
>     deb http://packages.prosody.im/debian precise main

If you look into the postinstall script inside the package you find
that the /var/log/prosody (and some other directories) permissions are
reset on upgrade unconditionally. So, I'm afraid you can't do much.

In the stock Debian or Ubuntu package (which is older than 0.10
though) you could change the ownership and permissions and use
dpkg-statoverride to preserve them during upgrades.

Sergei Golovan

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