I don't believe it does get overwritten - it should be marked as a config file in the rpm spec file so if you have modified it, the new install should create a /etc/php.ini.rpmnew file [by TrevorH]
on 11/21/2012 – Made popular on 11/21/2012
I built 2.4.2 for CentOS 5.8 from what looks like the Fedora 15 spec file as far as I can tell. I don't have any other spec files modified around the same date and looking at the Requires: in ... [by TrevorH]
I understand that a package has two components: config and data files. During package upgrade (i.e. security upgrade) data files can be overwritten, but config files should always stay the same. Also config files are usually in /etc and data in /usr.
I have written a small script to transfer a file from one unix server to other using scp command which is working fine. As I know with scp, if any file with the same name is already present on destination server, it would get overwritten without any notification to user. Could anyone help me getting a notification before file gets overwritten?
Been trying out i3 for while - refer to the epic 30 Wm's thread for a review and installation notes:http://crunchbanglinux.org/forums/post/200514/#p200514I can see getting hooked on this Wm; I actually prefer tabbing to tiling, but can't quite get efficient with container management.Screenshot: and config:# This file has been auto-generated by i3-config-wizard(1).
# It will not be overwr