On Mon, Dec 29, 2003 at 07:47:43AM +0000, Aidan Delaney wrote:
> I've been using Debian for a while (read years :) but I still don't do
> things "The Debian Way". Is there a nice place that I can find "The
> Debian Way" to do things? Where is the fscking manual?
For compiling kernels, install kernel-package and look in
/usr/share/doc/kernel-package, tho I must say I just do it myself the
normal way. Apache ive always edited httpd.conf directly myself, same
One useful tip for using debconf is to source /etc/bash_completion then
use dpkg-reconfigure <tab> <tab> , that will give you a list of all the
apps that can be configured (somewhat) via debconf.
Other than that, having a look in /usr/share/doc/<packagename>/ can
usually provide some salient info, specifically the README.Debian files.
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