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Old 09-16-2011, 10:39 AM   #1
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Deleting and adding files.

How do I delete (snapscan) by removing it from /etc/dane.d/dll.conf.

When I have done that how do I add EPKOWA in dll.conf.

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Originally Posted by gleneagles49 View Post
How do I delete (snapscan) by removing it from /etc/dane.d/dll.conf.

When I have done that how do I add EPKOWA in dll.conf.

Is dll.conf a file or a folder? If it is a file and you want to delete a line in the file, viz. snapscan you would use an editor like nano or vi and edit the dll.conf file. You could just comment out the line with snapscan by putting a # at the beginning of the line. Remember you'll have to do this as root or use sudo.

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