Rebuilt the SRPM on Redhat 6.0.
Some man pages contain @PREFIX@'s. For instance gnats(7):
Administrative programs and programs internal to GNATS are kept
in the directory @PRE-
FIX@/libexec/gnats while those meant for public use are installed in
@PREFIX@/libexec/gnats contains the programs:
---- (sorry for the mangled mess) ----
Also, gnats-user's setup in spec file is silly. See:
/usr/sbin/useradd -c "Gnats User" \
-r -d /usr/share/gnats/gnats-db/gnats-adm/config gnats 2>/dev/null
/usr/share/gnats/gnats-db/gnats-adm/config is the configuration file.
Having this as a home directory is a little silly.
Also, an enhancement request: On newer system's - Redhat 6.2 specifically
- UID's used by system accounts have been set to be below 100. Using this
scheme if possible when setting up the account for gnats would be neat,
Err. Sorry for the duplicate.. and for some reason, Bugzilla doesn't recognize
me as the originator of this, so I can't close it.
I'll close it.