cvs commit: patches/pine pine-4.56-fhs.patch

tushar at linuxfromscratch.org tushar at linuxfromscratch.org
Sat Oct 4 15:35:21 PDT 2003


tushar      03/10/04 16:35:21

  Added:       pine     pine-4.56-fhs.patch
  Log:
  Added pine-4.56-fhs.patch
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.1                  patches/pine/pine-4.56-fhs.patch
  
  Index: pine-4.56-fhs.patch
  ===================================================================
  Submitted By: BLFS Book <blfs-book at linuxfromscratch.org>
  Date: 2003-10-04
  Initial Package Version: 4.44
  Origin: BLFS Book
  Description: Uses FHS compilant paths.
  diff -ur pine4.56/README pine4.56.fhs/README
  --- pine4.56/README	2003-01-09 12:44:24.000000000 -0600
  +++ pine4.56.fhs/README	2003-08-03 09:28:56.000000000 -0500
  @@ -277,8 +277,8 @@
    pine   The Pine mailer. Once compiled this should work just fine on
           your system with no other files than this binary, and no
           modifications to your system. Optionally you may create two
  -        configuration files, /usr/local/lib/pine.conf and 
  -        /usr/local/lib/pine.info. See the documentation for details.
  +        configuration files, /etc/pine.conf and 
  +        /etc/pine.info. See the documentation for details.
    
    pico   The standalone editor similar to the Pine message composer.
           This is a very simple straight forward text editor.
  @@ -304,7 +304,7 @@
   	be they local or remote.
   
   In general you should be able to just copy the Pine and Pico binaries
  -to the place you keep your other local binaries. /usr/local/bin is a
  +to the place you keep your other local binaries. /usr/bin is a
   likely place.
     
   -----------------------------------------------------------------------
  diff -ur pine4.56/doc/pine.1 pine4.56.fhs/doc/pine.1
  --- pine4.56/doc/pine.1	2003-05-29 14:39:31.000000000 -0500
  +++ pine4.56.fhs/doc/pine.1	2003-08-03 09:28:56.000000000 -0500
  @@ -333,11 +333,11 @@
   .br
   /etc/mime.types	System-wide file ext. to MIME type mapping
   .br
  -/usr/local/lib/pine.info	Local pointer to system administrator.
  +/etc/pine.info	Local pointer to system administrator.
   .br
  -/usr/local/lib/pine.conf	System-wide configuration file.
  +/etc/pine.conf	System-wide configuration file.
   .br
  -/usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed	 Non-overridable configuration file.
  +/etc/pine.conf.fixed	 Non-overridable configuration file.
   .br
   /tmp/.\\usr\\spool\\mail\\xxxx	Per-folder mailbox lock files.
   .br
  diff -ur pine4.56/doc/tech-notes/background.html pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes/background.html
  --- pine4.56/doc/tech-notes/background.html	2003-03-26 13:52:51.000000000 -0600
  +++ pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes/background.html	2003-08-03 09:28:56.000000000 -0500
  @@ -174,9 +174,9 @@
   <OL>
   
   <LI><EM>sendmail-path</EM> in
  -<CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed</CODE>
  +<CODE>/etc/pine.conf.fixed</CODE>
   
  -<LI><EM>smtp-server</EM> in <CODE>/usr/local/pine.conf.fixed</CODE>
  +<LI><EM>smtp-server</EM> in <CODE>/etc/pine.conf.fixed</CODE>
   
   <LI><EM>sendmail-path</EM> specified on the command line. 
   
  @@ -186,9 +186,9 @@
   
   <LI><EM>smtp-server</EM> in the user's <CODE>.pinerc</CODE> file. 
   
  -<LI><EM>sendmail-path</EM> in <CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf</CODE>
  +<LI><EM>sendmail-path</EM> in <CODE>/etc/pine.conf</CODE>
   
  -<LI><EM>smtp-server</EM> in <CODE>/usr/local/pine.conf</CODE>
  +<LI><EM>smtp-server</EM> in <CODE>/etc/pine.conf</CODE>
   
   <LI><CODE>DF_SENDMAIL_PATH</CODE> defined at compile time.
   
  diff -ur pine4.56/doc/tech-notes/cmd-line.html pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes/cmd-line.html
  --- pine4.56/doc/tech-notes/cmd-line.html	2003-04-16 12:51:00.000000000 -0500
  +++ pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes/cmd-line.html	2003-08-03 09:28:56.000000000 -0500
  @@ -87,7 +87,7 @@
   file, execute
   
   <PRE><CODE>
  -		pine -conf > /usr/local/lib/pine.conf
  +		pine -conf > /etc/pine.conf
   </CODE></PRE>
   <P>
   
  @@ -95,7 +95,7 @@
   system configuration file, execute
   
   <PRE><CODE>
  -		pine -P old-pine.conf -conf > /usr/local/lib/pine.conf
  +		pine -P old-pine.conf -conf > /etc/pine.conf
   </CODE></PRE>
   <P>
   A system configuration file is not required.
  @@ -264,7 +264,7 @@
   <DT> -P <EM>pinerc</EM>
   
   <DD> Uses the named file as the system wide configuration file instead of
  -<EM>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf</EM> on UNIX, or nothing on <EM>PC-Pine</EM>.
  +<EM>/etc/pine.conf</EM> on UNIX, or nothing on <EM>PC-Pine</EM>.
   Pinerc may be either a local file or a remote configuration folder.
   <P>
   
  Only in pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes: cmd-line.html~
  diff -ur pine4.56/doc/tech-notes/config-notes.html pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes/config-notes.html
  --- pine4.56/doc/tech-notes/config-notes.html	2003-04-24 17:31:27.000000000 -0500
  +++ pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes/config-notes.html	2003-08-03 09:28:56.000000000 -0500
  @@ -883,10 +883,10 @@
   </OL>
   <P>
   The fixed configuration file is normally
  -<CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed</CODE>.
  +<CODE>/etc/pine.conf.fixed</CODE>.
   <P>
   The system-wide configuration file is normally
  -<CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf</CODE> for Unix <EM>Pine</EM> and is normally not
  +<CODE>/etc/pine.conf</CODE> for Unix <EM>Pine</EM> and is normally not
   set for <EM>PC-Pine</EM>.
   For <EM>PC-Pine</EM>, if the environment variable <EM>$PINECONF</EM> is set, that
   is used for the system-wide configuration.
  @@ -1187,8 +1187,8 @@
   
   <LI> An entry in <CODE>/etc/inetd.conf</CODE> for the alternate service.
   
  -<LI> An entry in <CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf</CODE>,
  -<CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed</CODE> or <CODE>~/.pinerc</CODE>. 
  +<LI> An entry in <CODE>/etc/pine.conf</CODE>,
  +<CODE>/etc/pine.conf.fixed</CODE> or <CODE>~/.pinerc</CODE>. 
   
   </UL>
   
  Only in pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes: config-notes.html~
  diff -ur pine4.56/doc/tech-notes/config.html pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes/config.html
  --- pine4.56/doc/tech-notes/config.html	2003-05-09 12:20:33.000000000 -0500
  +++ pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes/config.html	2003-08-03 09:28:56.000000000 -0500
  @@ -7,8 +7,8 @@
   configuration. In most cases, the compiled-in preferences will suit users
   and administrators just fine. When running <EM>Pine</EM> on a UNIX system, the
   default built-in configuration can be changed by setting variables in the
  -system configuration files, <CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf</CODE>
  -or <CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed</CODE>.
  +system configuration files, <CODE>/etc/pine.conf</CODE>
  +or <CODE>/etc/pine.conf.fixed</CODE>.
   (Actually, these files are whatever the definitions for
   <CODE>SYSTEM_PINERC</CODE> and <CODE>SYSTEM_PINERC_FIXED</CODE>
   in pine/osdep/os-xxx.h are set to.)
  @@ -2468,7 +2468,7 @@
   alternate spell checker.
   If your Unix system has <EM>ispell</EM> it is probably reasonable to make
   it the default speller by configuring it as the default in the
  -system configuration file, <CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf</CODE>.
  +system configuration file, <CODE>/etc/pine.conf</CODE>.
   
   <P>
   If this option is not set, then the system's <EM>spell</EM> command is used.
  @@ -2501,7 +2501,7 @@
   <DT> <A NAME="ssh-path"><EM>ssh-path</EM></A>
   
   <DD> Sets the name of the command used to open a UNIX secure shell
  -connection. The default is typically <CODE>/usr/local/bin/ssh</CODE>.
  +connection. The default is typically <CODE>/usr/bin/ssh</CODE>.
   <P>
   
   <DT> <A NAME="standard-printer"><EM>standard-printer</EM></A>
  Only in pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes: config.html~
  diff -ur pine4.56/doc/tech-notes/installation.html pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes/installation.html
  --- pine4.56/doc/tech-notes/installation.html	2003-02-05 21:04:26.000000000 -0600
  +++ pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes/installation.html	2003-08-03 09:28:56.000000000 -0500
  @@ -218,7 +218,7 @@
   <DD> The name of the file which holds <EM>Pine</EM>
   configuration information for
   all users on the system.  Default on UNIX systems is
  -<CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf</CODE>.
  +<CODE>/etc/pine.conf</CODE>.
   
   <DT> SYSTEM_PINERC_FIXED
   
  @@ -226,7 +226,7 @@
   SYSTEM_PINERC, but only for variables that the administrator wants to keep
   fixed.  That is, users are not allowed to change variables that are
   specified in the FIXED file.  Default on UNIX systems is
  -<CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed</CODE>.
  +<CODE>/etc/pine.conf.fixed</CODE>.
   
   </DL> <P>
   
  @@ -529,9 +529,9 @@
   are no <STRONG>required</STRONG> auxiliary files.  <P>
   
   There are, however, three optional auxiliary files: 
  -<CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.info</CODE>,
  -<CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf</CODE>, and
  -<CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed</CODE>.  The file
  +<CODE>/etc/pine.info</CODE>,
  +<CODE>/etc/pine.conf</CODE>, and
  +<CODE>/etc/pine.conf.fixed</CODE>.  The file
   <CODE>pine.info</CODE> contains text on how to get further help on the
   local system.  It is part of the help text for the
   main menu and should probably refer to the local help desk or the system
  @@ -650,15 +650,15 @@
   
   <DL COMPACT>
   
  -<DT> /usr/local/lib/pine.conf
  +<DT> /etc/pine.conf
   
   <DD> Pine's global configuration file. 
   
  -<DT> /usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed
  +<DT> /etc/pine.conf.fixed
   
   <DD> Non-overridable global configuration file. 
   
  -<DT> /usr/local/lib/pine.info
  +<DT> /etc/pine.info
   
   <DD> Local pointer to system administrator. 
   
  Only in pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes: installation.html~
  diff -ur pine4.56/doc/tech-notes/low-level.html pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes/low-level.html
  --- pine4.56/doc/tech-notes/low-level.html	2002-11-01 13:35:48.000000000 -0600
  +++ pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes/low-level.html	2003-08-03 09:28:56.000000000 -0500
  @@ -1088,7 +1088,7 @@
   
   The second selection is the standard UNIX print command.  The default is
   <EM>lpr</EM>, but it can be changed on a system basis to anything so
  -desired in <CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf</CODE>. <P>
  +desired in <CODE>/etc/pine.conf</CODE>. <P>
   
   The third selection is
   the user's personal choice for a UNIX print command.  The text to be
  Only in pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes: low-level.html~
  diff -ur pine4.56/doc/tech-notes/porting.html pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes/porting.html
  --- pine4.56/doc/tech-notes/porting.html	1998-09-16 18:09:04.000000000 -0500
  +++ pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes/porting.html	2003-08-03 09:28:56.000000000 -0500
  @@ -307,11 +307,11 @@
   <DT>
    ___
   <DD>
  -Reading of <CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf</CODE> 
  +Reading of <CODE>/etc/pine.conf</CODE> 
   <DT>
    ___
   <DD>
  -Fixing variables and features in <CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed</CODE> 
  +Fixing variables and features in <CODE>/etc/pine.conf.fixed</CODE> 
   <DT>
    ___
   <DD>
  diff -ur pine4.56/doc/tech-notes.txt pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes.txt
  --- pine4.56/doc/tech-notes.txt	2003-05-29 14:41:12.000000000 -0500
  +++ pine4.56.fhs/doc/tech-notes.txt	2003-08-03 09:28:56.000000000 -0500
  @@ -333,14 +333,14 @@
             sendmail-path, smtp-server, and compile-time options. The first
             MTA specified in the following list is used:
             
  -         1. _sendmail-path_ in /usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed
  -         2. _smtp-server_ in /usr/local/pine.conf.fixed
  +         1. _sendmail-path_ in /etc/pine.conf.fixed
  +         2. _smtp-server_ in /etc/pine.conf.fixed
            3. _sendmail-path_ specified on the command line.
            4. _smtp-server_ specified on the command line.
            5. _sendmail-path_ in the user's .pinerc file.
            6. _smtp-server_ in the user's .pinerc file.
  -         7. _sendmail-path_ in /usr/local/lib/pine.conf
  -         8. _smtp-server_ in /usr/local/pine.conf
  +         7. _sendmail-path_ in /etc/pine.conf
  +         8. _smtp-server_ in /etc/pine.conf
            9. DF_SENDMAIL_PATH defined at compile time.
           10. SENDMAIL and SENDMAILFLAGS defined at compile time.
               
  @@ -670,14 +670,14 @@
      SYSTEM_PINERC
             The name of the file which holds _Pine_ configuration
             information for all users on the system. Default on UNIX
  -          systems is /usr/local/lib/pine.conf.
  +          systems is /etc/pine.conf.
      SYSTEM_PINERC_FIXED
             The name of the file which holds the same type of information
             as for SYSTEM_PINERC, but only for variables that the
             administrator wants to keep fixed. That is, users are not
             allowed to change variables that are specified in the FIXED
             file. Default on UNIX systems is
  -          /usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed.
  +          /etc/pine.conf.fixed.
             
      There are a couple of more obscure options which are in the source
      code because a few people have asked for them or because we changed
  @@ -875,11 +875,10 @@
      the help text is compiled into _Pine_ so there are no _required_
      auxiliary files.
      
  -   There are, however, three optional auxiliary files:
  -   /usr/local/lib/pine.info, /usr/local/lib/pine.conf, and
  -   /usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed. The file pine.info contains text on
  -   how to get further help on the local system. It is part of the help
  -   text for the main menu and should probably refer to the local help
  +   There are, however, three optional auxiliary files: /etc/pine.info,
  +   /etc/pine.conf, and /etc/pine.conf.fixed. The file pine.info contains
  +   text on how to get further help on the local system. It is part of the
  +   help text for the main menu and should probably refer to the local help
      desk or the system administrator. If this file doesn't exist a generic
      version which suggests ``talking to the computer support staff at your
      site'' is shown. The file pine.conf is used to set system-wide default
  @@ -976,11 +975,11 @@
      This section lists the various files which _Pine_ uses which are not
      email folders. All of these are the default names of files, they may
      vary based on _Pine_'s configuration.
  -   /usr/local/lib/pine.conf
  +   /etc/pine.conf
             Pine's global configuration file.
  -   /usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed
  +   /etc/pine.conf.fixed
             Non-overridable global configuration file.
  -   /usr/local/lib/pine.info
  +   /etc/pine.info
             Local pointer to system administrator.
      ~/.pinerc
             Personal configuration file for each user.
  @@ -1200,10 +1199,10 @@
             Configuration: Prints a sample system configuration file to the
             screen or standard output. To generate an initial system
             configuration file, execute
  -                pine -conf > /usr/local/lib/pine.conf
  +                pine -conf > /etc/pine.conf
             To generate a system configuration file using settings from an
             old system configuration file, execute
  -                pine -P old-pine.conf -conf > /usr/local/lib/pine.conf
  +                pine -P old-pine.conf -conf > /etc/pine.conf
             A system configuration file is not required.
      -convert_sigs _-p pinerc_
             Convert signatures contained in signature files into literal
  @@ -1313,7 +1312,7 @@
             configuration folder.
      -P _pinerc_
             Uses the named file as the system wide configuration file
  -          instead of _/usr/local/lib/pine.conf_ on UNIX, or nothing on
  +          instead of _/etc/pine.conf_ on UNIX, or nothing on
             _PC-Pine_. Pinerc may be either a local file or a remote
             configuration folder.
      -passfile _passfile_
  @@ -1519,8 +1518,8 @@
      configuration. In most cases, the compiled-in preferences will suit
      users and administrators just fine. When running _Pine_ on a UNIX
      system, the default built-in configuration can be changed by setting
  -   variables in the system configuration files, /usr/local/lib/pine.conf
  -   or /usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed. (Actually, these files are whatever
  +   variables in the system configuration files, /etc/pine.conf
  +   or /etc/pine.conf.fixed. (Actually, these files are whatever
      the definitions for SYSTEM_PINERC and SYSTEM_PINERC_FIXED in
      pine/osdep/os-xxx.h are set to.) The location of the pine.conf file
      can be changed with the -P command line argument. Both _Pine_ and
  @@ -3317,8 +3316,7 @@
             For Unix _Pine_ the program _ispell_ works well as an alternate
             spell checker. If your Unix system has _ispell_ it is probably
             reasonable to make it the default speller by configuring it as
  -          the default in the system configuration file,
  -          /usr/local/lib/pine.conf.
  +          the default in the system configuration file, /etc/pine.conf.
             If this option is not set, then the system's _spell_ command is
             used. The spell command does not work the same as the alternate
             speller. It produces a list of misspelled words on its standard
  @@ -3340,7 +3338,7 @@
             set to zero ssh connections will be completely disabled.
      _ssh-path_
             Sets the name of the command used to open a UNIX secure shell
  -          connection. The default is typically /usr/local/bin/ssh.
  +          connection. The default is typically /usr/bin/ssh.
      _standard-printer_
             System-wide configuration file only. Specifies a list of
             commands for category 2 of the _Setup/Printer_ screen, the
  @@ -8385,10 +8383,10 @@
       5. the system-wide _fixed_ configuration file (Unix _Pine_ only)
          
      The fixed configuration file is normally
  -   /usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed.
  +   /etc/pine.conf.fixed.
      
      The system-wide configuration file is normally
  -   /usr/local/lib/pine.conf for Unix _Pine_ and is normally not set for
  +   /etc/pine.conf for Unix _Pine_ and is normally not set for
      _PC-Pine_. For _PC-Pine_, if the environment variable _$PINECONF_ is
      set, that is used for the system-wide configuration. This location can
      be set or changed on the command line with the -P flag. The
  @@ -8633,8 +8631,8 @@
        * A program that implements the SMTP or ESMTP protocol via stdio.
        * An entry in /etc/services for the alternate service.
        * An entry in /etc/inetd.conf for the alternate service.
  -     * An entry in /usr/local/lib/pine.conf,
  -       /usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed or ~/.pinerc.
  +     * An entry in /etc/pine.conf,
  +       /etc/pine.conf.fixed or ~/.pinerc.
        _________________________________________________________________
      
   MIME.Types file
  @@ -9818,7 +9816,7 @@
      
      The second selection is the standard UNIX print command. The default
      is _lpr_, but it can be changed on a system basis to anything so
  -   desired in /usr/local/lib/pine.conf.
  +   desired in /etc/pine.conf.
      
      The third selection is the user's personal choice for a UNIX print
      command. The text to be printed is piped into the command. _Enscript_
  @@ -10272,9 +10270,9 @@
             Error messages for incorrect terminal types (try "foo" and
             "vt52")
      ___
  -          Reading of /usr/local/lib/pine.conf
  +          Reading of /etc/pine.conf
      ___
  -          Fixing variables and features in /usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed
  +          Fixing variables and features in /etc/pine.conf.fixed
      ___
             Flag command (check message status changed in mail folder)
      ___
  diff -ur pine4.56/pine/init.c pine4.56.fhs/pine/init.c
  --- pine4.56/pine/init.c	2003-05-23 11:14:31.000000000 -0500
  +++ pine4.56.fhs/pine/init.c	2003-08-03 09:28:56.000000000 -0500
  @@ -360,7 +360,7 @@
   
   CONF_TXT_T cf_text_ssh_open_timeo[] =	"Sets the time in seconds that Pine will attempt to open a UNIX secure\n# shell connection.  The default is 15, min is 5, and max is unlimited.\n# Zero disables ssh altogether.";
   
  -CONF_TXT_T cf_text_ssh_path[] =		"Sets the name of the command used to open a UNIX secure shell connection.\n# Tyically this is /usr/local/bin/ssh.";
  +CONF_TXT_T cf_text_ssh_path[] =		"Sets the name of the command used to open a UNIX secure shell connection.\n# Tyically this is /usr/bin/ssh.";
   
   CONF_TXT_T cf_text_ssh_command[] =	"Sets the format of the command used to open a UNIX secure\n# shell connection.  The default is \"%s %s -l %s exec /etc/r%sd\"\n# NOTE: the 4 (four) \"%s\" entries MUST exist in the provided command\n# where the first is for the command's path, the second is for the\n# host to connnect to, the third is for the user to connect as, and the\n# fourth is for the connection method (typically \"imap\")";
   
  @@ -402,7 +402,7 @@
   
   /*----------------------------------------------------------------------
   These are the variables that control a number of pine functions.  They
  -come out of the .pinerc and the /usr/local/lib/pine.conf files.  Some can
  +come out of the .pinerc and the /etc/pine.conf files.  Some can
   be set by the user while in Pine.  Eventually all the local ones should
   be so and maybe the global ones too.
   
  diff -ur pine4.56/pine/osdep/os-lnx.h pine4.56.fhs/pine/osdep/os-lnx.h
  --- pine4.56/pine/osdep/os-lnx.h	2003-05-23 11:07:00.000000000 -0500
  +++ pine4.56.fhs/pine/osdep/os-lnx.h	2003-08-03 09:28:56.000000000 -0500
  @@ -60,7 +60,7 @@
      there should be a dummy disk_quota() routine in os-xxx.c so that defining
      this won't be harmful anyway.
    ----*/
  -/* #define USE_QUOTAS */
  +#define USE_QUOTAS
   
   
   
  @@ -74,7 +74,7 @@
      default-composer-hdrs or customized-hdrs to get at it. Instead of
      defining NEVER_ALLOW_CHANGING_FROM, an easier way of preventing From
      changing is to put the feature "no-allow-changing-from" in the
  -   /usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed file.
  +   /etc/pine.conf.fixed file.
    ----*/
   /* #define NEVER_ALLOW_CHANGING_FROM */
   
  diff -ur pine4.56/pine/pine.hlp pine4.56.fhs/pine/pine.hlp
  --- pine4.56/pine/pine.hlp	2003-05-29 13:10:13.000000000 -0500
  +++ pine4.56.fhs/pine/pine.hlp	2003-08-03 09:28:56.000000000 -0500
  @@ -969,9 +969,9 @@
    executable     <Unix search path>/pine
    persnl cfg     ~/.pinerc
    except cfg     ~/.pinercex
  - global cfg     /usr/local/lib/pine.conf
  - fixed cfg      /usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed
  - local help     /usr/local/lib/pine.info
  + global cfg     /etc/pine.conf
  + fixed cfg      /etc/pine.conf.fixed
  + local help     /etc/pine.info
   
    interrupted    ~/.pine-interrupted-mail
    debug          ~/.pine-debugN
  @@ -1409,9 +1409,9 @@
   this link now to send a message to it:<BR>
   <A HREF="X-Pine-Gripe:_LOCAL_ADDRESS_?local"><!--#echo var="_LOCAL_FULLNAME_"--></A><P>
   <!--chtml endif-->
  -<!--chtml if [ -r /usr/local/lib/pine.info ]-->
  +<!--chtml if [ -r /etc/pine.info ]-->
   <HR WIDTH="75%">Local Support Contacts:<P>
  -<!--#include file="/usr/local/lib/pine.info"-->
  +<!--#include file="/etc/pine.info"-->
   <HR WIDTH="75%">
   <!--chtml endif-->
   <P> 
  @@ -1499,7 +1499,7 @@
   <OL>
     <LI> <A HREF="#intro">Introduction</A>
     <LI> <A HREF="#pine_help">Pine Help</A>
  -<!--chtml if [ -r /usr/local/lib/pine.info ]-->
  +<!--chtml if [ -r /etc/pine.info ]-->
     <LI> <A HREF="#local_support">Local Support Contacts</A>
   <!--chtml endif-->
     <LI> <A HREF="#giving_cmds">Giving Commands in Pine</A>
  @@ -1611,9 +1611,9 @@
   at your site.)
   
   
  -<!--chtml if [ -r /usr/local/lib/pine.info ]-->
  +<!--chtml if [ -r /etc/pine.info ]-->
   <H2><A NAME="local_support">Local Support Contacts</A></H2>
  -<!--#include file="/usr/local/lib/pine.info"-->
  +<!--#include file="/etc/pine.info"-->
   <!--chtml endif-->
   
   <H2><A NAME="giving_cmds">Giving Commands in Pine</A></H2>
  @@ -2299,7 +2299,7 @@
   file, execute
   
   <PRE><CODE>
  -		pine -conf > /usr/local/lib/pine.conf
  +		pine -conf > /etc/pine.conf
   </CODE></PRE>
   <P>
   
  @@ -2307,7 +2307,7 @@
   system configuration file, execute
   
   <PRE><CODE>
  -		pine -P old-pine.conf -conf > /usr/local/lib/pine.conf
  +		pine -P old-pine.conf -conf > /etc/pine.conf
   </CODE></PRE>
   <P>
   A system configuration file is not required.
  @@ -2472,7 +2472,7 @@
   <DT> -P <EM>pinerc</EM>
   
   <DD> Uses the named file as the system wide configuration file instead of
  -<EM>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf</EM> on UNIX, or nothing on <EM>PC-Pine</EM>.
  +<EM>/etc/pine.conf</EM> on UNIX, or nothing on <EM>PC-Pine</EM>.
   Pinerc may be either a local file or a remote configuration folder.
   <P>
   
  @@ -3200,10 +3200,10 @@
   </OL>
   <P>
   The fixed configuration file is normally
  -<CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf.fixed</CODE>.
  +<CODE>/etc/pine.conf.fixed</CODE>.
   <P>
   The system-wide configuration file is normally
  -<CODE>/usr/local/lib/pine.conf</CODE> for Unix Pine and is normally not
  +<CODE>/etc/pine.conf</CODE> for Unix Pine and is normally not
   set for PC-Pine.
   For PC-Pine, if the environment variable <EM>$PINECONF</EM> is set, that
   is used for the system-wide configuration.
  @@ -19021,7 +19021,7 @@
   <H1>OPTION: ssh-path</H1>
   
   Sets the name of the command used to open a UNIX secure shell
  -connection. The default is typically <CODE>/usr/local/bin/ssh</CODE>.
  +connection. The default is typically <CODE>/usr/bin/ssh</CODE>.
   <P>
   <UL>   
   <LI><A HREF="h_finding_help">Finding more information and requesting help</A>
  
  
  



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