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[SLUG] start scripts on Debian
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- Subject: [SLUG] start scripts on Debian
- From: David <david@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 9 Sep 2004 10:38:22 +1000 (EST)
I'm installing netatalk from a tarball. Quoting from the docs:
> $> ./configure --help
> * --enable-[redhat/suse/gentoo/cobalt/netbsd/fhs]
> This option helps netatalk to determine where to install the start
Because I was installing on Debian I didn't use this option, and there
were no start scripts installed at all.
Can anyone suggest which option out of these might work for Debian. Or
any other suggestion.
Second question: Having done the usual configure/make/make-install, what's
the approved way to remove everything that was installed?
PS: apt-get is not an option because the latest version doesn't seem to be