4.35.9: file command disabled?

Peter Bonivart peter at UCGBOOK.COM
Mon Nov 1 22:49:25 GMT 2004

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Julian Field wrote:
> I need to change the default. I don't want it switched on by default, as
> it has to know where to find your "file" command and what sort of output
> it produces.
> Just reset it to /usr/bin/file again and you'll be fine.
> I'm not sure what to set the default to, it's a bit awkward. I guess I
> could enable it by default, and just not squeal too loudly if the file
> can't be found.
> What do you think?

It's fine as it is as long as something like the above is in the
comment. I have not yet downloaded so I don't know what it says.

/Peter Bonivart

--Unix lovers do it in the Sun

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