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Re: SEUL: Re: SEUL distribution?
On Fri, 16 Jan 1998, Rick Jones wrote:
> I think a small change to the package, say a "Updated" menu entry, to
> parse system-wide menu's into the users menu's would be a very good
> idea. Most true multi-user system, such as an ISP or or large intranet,
> sysadmins don't want to inform every user of a new package, and have to
> tell them how to put it in their menu's all over again =), every time
> they add something to the system(s). I think it goes without saying
> that no sysadmin want's to login as each user, update the menu config
> files and run update-menus so the new package will appear in their
> That is _only_ if they want to change from the system-wide menu files.
> But that is bound to happen.
I thinksome kind of "include" syntax in debian menus would be great. THis
would allow a ~/menu file to contain something like:
That way, debian menus and system menus could be included and changes
picked up as they are made.
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