A default installation of cups creates the files /etc/cups/certs/0 and
/etc/cups/ppds.dat, but the cups RPM doesn't know that these files are owned by
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I can't figure out if this is still a problem. I have /etc/cups/ppds.dat and
/etc/cups/lpoptions on my hard disk, but I don't know if they're simply left
over from a previous CUPS version and wouldn't be created if I reinstalled CUPS
from scratch now (a test I'm not willing to do because I don't want to blow away
my CUPS configuration). I don't have /etc/cups/certs/0. Any insights/
/etc/cups/certs moved to /var/run/cups/certs.
/etc/cups/ppds.dat moved to /var/cache/cups.
Just leaves /etc/cups/lpoptions, which I've now handled like this:
%ghost %config(noreplace) /etc/cups/lpoptions
Fixed in CVS.