quotes around YES or NO are not necessary in /etc/rc.conf?
mexas at bris.ac.uk
Tue Jun 10 12:02:59 UTC 2014
Am I right that quotes around YES or NO are
not needed in /etc/rc.conf?
It seems both forms, e.g.:
I think quotes might be coming from
incorrect reading of rc.conf(5).
It has lines like:
rc_debug (bool) If set to âYESâ, enable output of debug messages from
rc_info (bool) If set to âNOâ, disable informational messages from
however this is just quoting the special
words from the rest of the sentence.
The boolean value is either YES or NO.
The quotes are not needed.
Can anybody confirm this please.
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