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Edit Package FP Status

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by GOT, Nov 12, 2003.

  1. GOT

    GOT Get Proactive!

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    Okay, I made a mistake.

    I just recreated my packages and I checked the FP box thinking that that would make FP Ext available to people to install, but instead it turns them on by default. I do not want them turned on by default, but the package editor will not allow me to change this.

    Anyone know how to manually change this?

    Thanks!
     
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    I think that there is a script that may allow you to remove the fp ext from the server. Dont remember it, but i think it starts with fp something. BTW, why no front page? It dont hurt, and lots of people use it.Why not just leave it?
     
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    Since it takes up space, I am of the mind that it is something that clients should turn on on their own.
     
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    It takes up very little space in the grand scheme of things. Not to mention it is something that is installed server wide, not just for each individual. I would strongly recomend leaving it be.
     
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