lmtpproxyd reappears in 2.3.4
Henrique de Moraes Holschuh
hmh at debian.org
Wed May 24 16:54:55 EDT 2006
On Wed, 24 May 2006, Simon Matter wrote:
> nobody need them in 2.3.3? So my question is, do those binaries act
> different depending on how they were called? If that's the case then the
> rpms should also ship with the hardlinked files.
I sure hope those hardlinks are just there to keep people happy. If they are
needed, something is wrong. If the binaries are acting differently
depending on how they are called, this is an extremely bad idea IMHO (give
us a --proxy switch or somesuch, instead!).
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