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    • Type: Feature
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Medium
    • Resolution: Done
    • Affects versions: None
    • Fix versions: 19.17
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      19.17 - Administration

      Description

      At the moment I see 2 reasons why people modify there modules.conf

      1. to enable or disable a module
      2. during the postinst script of debian packages that require a modification of the modules.conf

      https://github.com/sboily/wazo-confgend-driver-followme/blob/master/wazo/rules#L20

      The problem with these procedures is that it prevents upgrades from completing without manual intervention from the administrator.

      I would like to implement a way to modify the modules.conf by adding a new file and removing on uninstall. The same way all other configurations are modified in wazo.

      Some constraint to keep in mind
      The `#exec` directive does not work in modules.conf and asterisk.conf
      Including `modules.d` would not work because we cannot `load` a modules that has been previously `unload`ed

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              • Assignee:
                Pascal Cadotte
                Reporter:
                Pascal Cadotte
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