[Logwatch] Logwatch 7.3.1 on OpenBSD 4.0
udippel at gmail.com
Thu Dec 7 05:50:21 MST 2006
(I did send this, but never saw it coming in, so another time. My
excuses in case this is a dupe.)
now installing on OpenBSD 4.0. Properly.
The default locations are elsewhere, but that could be done by the
user, eventually. Most relevant, still, that makewhatis is elsewhere
and has no -s option on OpenBSD.
--- install_logwatch.sh.orig Tue Nov 28 18:03:38 2006
+++ install_logwatch.sh Tue Nov 28 18:18:21 2006
@@ -36,11 +36,11 @@
#Edit these to configure your preferred defaults
#Talk to user
@@ -167,7 +167,7 @@
if [ -d $MANDIR/man8 ]; then
#Should exist in BSD and Linux
install -m 0644 logwatch.8 $MANDIR/man8
- makewhatis -u -s 8 $MANDIR
+ /usr/libexec/makewhatis -u $MANDIR
if [ `uname -s` = "SunOS" ]; then
#Go for the safe install rather then editing man.cf
.. and to make it run, one still needs to manually correct a wrongly
my $BaseDir = "/usr/share/logwatch";
cannot work in logwatch.pl.
are inserted in the installer script. Right !?
After I changed the entry in logwatch.pl, it did work.
With the changes as below, it installs properly.
Thanks, again, for a very useful program !
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