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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
> menu's.
> 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.

George Bonser 
If NT is the answer, you didn't understand the question. (NOTE: Stolen sig)
Debian/GNU Linux ... the maintainable operating system.