On 10/28/2011 08:01 AM, Stephen Frost wrote:
>> MHO is that changing the socket directory is only marginally supported,
>> and we shouldn't encourage it unless we're prepared to fully support it
>> (which we can't really).
> This concerns me a bit, as most distros change it.. What would you
> expect to break when the socket dir is changed from the default?
Er, which distros other than debian/ubuntu?
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