Re: Opkg: how to protect configuration files?

2008-09-13 Thread Geoff Ruscoe
On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 8:34 PM, Rod Whitby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The packager of whatever package includes that file needs to set CONFFILES to include that file. Then opkg will ask you whether you want to overwrite the file, or keep your old one, or drop you into a shell to do a manual

Re: Opkg: how to protect configuration files?

2008-09-13 Thread Lally Singh
On Sat, Sep 13, 2008 at 9:43 AM, Geoff Ruscoe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 8:34 PM, Rod Whitby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The packager of whatever package includes that file needs to set CONFFILES to include that file. Then opkg will ask you whether you want to overwrite

Opkg: how to protect configuration files?

2008-09-12 Thread Previdi Roberto
When i make an update/upgrade opkg carefully protect my configuration files inside /etc, but he always destroy my changes in /opt/Qtopia/etc, causing qpe to search for documents in all the /usr (which i transferred on the memory card). Is there a way to tell to opkg to protect other directories

Re: Opkg: how to protect configuration files?

2008-09-12 Thread Rod Whitby
Previdi Roberto wrote: When i make an update/upgrade opkg carefully protect my configuration files inside /etc, but he always destroy my changes in /opt/Qtopia/etc, causing qpe to search for documents in all the /usr (which i transferred on the memory card). Is there a way to tell to opkg to