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Re: cfenvd and netstat


From: Thomas Glanzmann
Subject: Re: cfenvd and netstat
Date: 31 Dec 2002 00:56:23 GMT
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> Is this a compile-time option, or is it hard-coded?
There are some hardcoded defaults and it is also runtime configurable.

Use the source or the documenation! I prefer the source ;)

http://www.cfengine.org/docs/cfengine-Reference.html#cfrc%20resource%20file

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> It is in classes.c -- just edit it and it will be right in the next
           ~~~~~~~~~ -> line 500.
> version.

What is wrong with cfrc?

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On Tue, 31 Dec 2002 address@hidden wrote:

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> It is in classes.c -- just edit it and it will be right in the next
> version.

Thanks.

Does it make sense to move that information into the configure script?
And are you ever planning on having a configuration file for cfenvd, where
this kind of information can be set or overridden at run time rather than
compile time?

Either way, I've got it fixed for now.

Luke

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