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|Name: netrek-config||Distribution: Vanilla|
|Version: 2.9pl5||Vendor: Netrek Development Team|
|Release: 1||Build date: Tue Feb 15 03:26:32 2000|
|Group: Amusements/Games||Build host: gil-56k-172.tpgi.com.au|
|Size: 832216||Source RPM: netrek-2.9pl5-1.src.rpm|
|Packager: Vanilla Server Development Team|
|Summary: Netrek Vanilla Server Configuration Program|
Configuration program for the Netrek Vanilla Server. Although the server will run out of the box, it can be configured to behave differently through configuration files. This program provides a graphical interface to these files. It is not required to play.
* Thu Jul 15 1999 Bob Tanner <firstname.lastname@example.org> - rpm/Vanilla.spec (crontab): Changed the .spec file to use James' elegant fix to the cron problem. - rpm/Vanilla.spec (logfiles): Added updated.LOG to keep binaries to logfiles synchronized. - rpm/Vanilla.spec (logfiles): Changed start.LOG to newstartd.LOG to keep the relationship very clear. * Wed Jul 14 1999 Bob Tanner <email@example.com> - rpm/Vanilla.spec (Requires): Changed cron to vixie-cron. - rpm/Vanilla.spec (%files): Changed the %files section for the server. Needed to break out each file so I could tag certain files as %config. - rpm/Vanilla.spec (clean): Added %clean to rm -f the BUILD_ROOT. - rpm/Vanilla.spec (US RSA): Added logic to look for the RSA source. If it is found, extract into the right directory. The configure script can only detect the US RSA source, it looks for res-rsa/configure, which is not in the Euro version. * Wed Jul 14 1999 Bob Tanner <firstname.lastname@example.org> - rpm/Vanilla.spec (Source1): Had to remove the ftp://ftp.risc.uni-linz.ac.at/pub/netrek/src/res-rsa2.tar.Z file, since US crypto law sucks and I cannot redistribute it. Still working on how to build the server with RSA enabled and not distribute the source for it. - rpm/Vanilla.spec (%postun): Major hack again. Need to get netrek cron entries out of games' crontabs without deleting other potential crontab entries. ** NOTICE ** this method required that "netrek" (the word) be part of the crontab entries that need to be removed. This might come back and bite us in the butt. - rpm/Vanilla.spec (%post): Major hack to get cron jobs into games' crontab. Have to be careful, games may already have a crontab tab, so suck the current crontab out and save it to a temp location. Append netrek's cron entries to the crontab. Put the crontab back into cron. Finally clean up after ourselves. - rpm/Vanilla.spec (Requires): The .spec file is becoming more complex. We need to have gtk > 1.2, glib > 1.2 for gum. Cron and sed are necessary for setting up crontab entries for updated on install and deleted those same entries on removal. * Tue Jul 13 1999 Bob Tanner <email@example.com> - rpm/Vanilla.spec (Group): RPM %changelog format is different then this files format. Changed the .spec files format to keep rpm from complaining. * Tue Jul 13 1999 Bob Tanner <firstname.lastname@example.org> - rpm/Vanilla.spec (Group): Changed the Source0 from tar.gz to tar.bz2 to fall in line with James distributions.
/usr/bin/netrekcfg /usr/games/netrek/tools/gum /usr/games/netrek/tools/pixmaps /usr/share/games/netrek /usr/share/games/netrek/gum /usr/share/games/netrek/gum/pixmaps /usr/share/games/netrek/gum/pixmaps/gum.xpm /usr/share/gnome/apps/Games/netrekcfg.desktop
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