Control revision of /etc
Has anyone tried to do revision control of /etc under Fedora?
Checking  (yes, I'm using hg) I see that only some files are being
tracked, while , that I used for a Debian server at work, tracks the
whole /etc directory.
Checking /etc I see that there are quite a few binary files, especially
in /etc/java/ and /etc/selinux/. So I see a difference there (those
files are surely not supposed to be tracked).
Just trying to see what other people think about this.
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