Description of Problem:
" I was just browsing on redhat-list and enigma-list, and someone
mentioned that they didn't know about /etc/sysconfig/dhcpd, and if it
wasn't in a readme somewhere, that would just prove they never read readme
So I was just about ready to say, "hey, just check out our reference
guide, and you'll find a writeup on it there. Except for one small
That's right, the file isn't documented in the RG. Not surprising --
I think it appeared late in the 7.2 cycle. But something to keep in mind
when updating for [the next release]..."
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*** Bug 55849 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This is the latest...
>> BTW, can anyone tell me where this change in the organization of
>> /etc/sysconfig/ is documented? I didn't see anything about this in
>> the release-notes, the 'guides' on the documentation CD, or any of the
>> printed documentation.
>The reference file seems to be :
More related stuff from enigma-list:
"The reference guide you cited does not mention the new (in 7.2)
"/etc/sysconfig/networking/" directory, nor does it explain how some
of the configuration files are linked (eg, ifcfg-*). Since these
are changes from 7.1, they should be documented."
In addition, it would probably be worthwhile to mention
/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts in this section, and point to the appropriate
chapter where these are covered...
I have added content documenting both of these items in /etc/sysconfig for the
Thanks for your input.