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authorjoey <joey>2000-08-21 02:04:06 +0000
committerjoey <joey>2000-08-21 02:04:06 +0000
commite3534180b30e6f5e546078105bedfd5341664118 (patch)
tree60a635600b9df4b5854e3745f0d3e73c9fb98f51 /dh_suidregister.1
parenta4664178e1e455907c0ae2c9caf089ee6b8d0cc2 (diff)
r367: * debian/package.filename.arch is now checked for first, before
debian/package.filename. Closes: #69453 * Added a section to debhelper(1) about files in debian/ used by debhelper, which documents this. Removed scattered references to debian/filename from all over the man pages.
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@@ -7,17 +7,16 @@ dh_suidregister \- set up package to register files with suidregister
.SH "DESCRIPTION"
dh_suidregister is a debhelper program that is responsible for modifying the
postinst and postrm scripts of a package so the package will register files
-with
+with
.BR suidregister (1)
when it is installed.
.P
-Any filenames specified as parameters will be registered in the first
-package dh_suidregister is told to act on. By default, this is the first
-binary package in debian/control, but if you use -p, -i, or -a flags,
+Any filenames specified as parameters will be registered in the first
+package dh_suidregister is told to act on. By default, this is the first
+binary package in debian/control, but if you use -p, -i, or -a flags,
it will be the first package specified by those flags.
.P
-Files named debian/package.suid (or debian/suid for the first binary package
-in debian/control) can list other files to be registered.
+Files named debian/package.suid can list other files to be registered.
.P
If neither of these methods is used to specify files, dh_suidregister will
scan the package build directory for files that have suid permissions, and