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rpms/vnc-ltsp-config/devel vnc-ltsp-config.spec,1.2,1.3



Author: thias

Update of /cvs/extras/rpms/vnc-ltsp-config/devel
In directory cvs-int.fedora.redhat.com:/tmp/cvs-serv8058/vnc-ltsp-config/devel

Modified Files:
	vnc-ltsp-config.spec 
Log Message:
Mass letter "u", "v" and "w" update, one or more apply :
- Drop epoch: 0
- Remove %{epoch} requirements in sub-packages
- Remove trailing white spaces
- Keep consistent between spaces and tabs



Index: vnc-ltsp-config.spec
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvs/extras/rpms/vnc-ltsp-config/devel/vnc-ltsp-config.spec,v
retrieving revision 1.2
retrieving revision 1.3
diff -u -r1.2 -r1.3
--- vnc-ltsp-config.spec	10 Dec 2004 22:03:12 -0000	1.2
+++ vnc-ltsp-config.spec	5 Mar 2005 19:55:54 -0000	1.3
@@ -1,8 +1,6 @@
-
 Summary: Easy Enabler of VNC remote LTSP desktops
 Name:	 vnc-ltsp-config
-Epoch:	 0
-Version: 4.0 
+Version: 4.0
 Release: 2
 License: GPL
 Group: 	 User Interface/X
@@ -18,16 +16,16 @@
 # Xvnc default options
 Source3: vncts.sysconfig
 
-Requires: vnc-server >= 0:%{version}
+Requires: vnc-server >= %{version}
 Requires: xinetd
 
 Requires(preun): chkconfig
-Requires(post): perl 
-Requires(postun): perl 
+Requires(post): perl
+Requires(postun): perl
 
 %description
-Easy Enabler of VNC remote LTSP desktops.  This package contains xinetd.d 
-configurations that allow incoming VNC clients to open a new desktop session 
+Easy Enabler of VNC remote LTSP desktops.  This package contains xinetd.d
+configurations that allow incoming VNC clients to open a new desktop session
 with each connection.  Xvnc connects to the local server using XDMCP.
 
 
@@ -57,18 +55,18 @@
   cat %{_datadir}/vnc/vncts.services >> %{_sysconfdir}/services ||:
 fi
 
-%preun 
+%preun
 if [ $1 -eq 0 ]; then
   # turn off now, to avoid running in middle of uninstall
   /sbin/chkconfig vncts off ||:
 fi
 
-%postun 
+%postun
 if [ $1 -eq 0 ]; then
   ## cleanup services
   # method1: grep
   # grep -v -e '^vnc-............59../tcp' %{_sysconfdir}/services > %{_sysconfdir}/services.%{name} && \
-  #mv -f %{_sysconfdir}/services.%{name} %{_sysconfdir}/services 
+  #mv -f %{_sysconfdir}/services.%{name} %{_sysconfdir}/services
   # method2: perl
   perl -ni -e 'print if ! /^vnc-............59..\/tcp/' %{_sysconfdir}/services ||:
   # method3: sed ??


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