Odd windows.cfg commands.cfg Behavior


#1

When i include -s in commands.cfg i get an invalid password error, if i include the -s string in the windows.cfg for each service definition they work fine. I don’t think that is the intended functionality. I’m using 3.0rc3. Has anyone else seen this behavior?


#2

Ignore this. I was editing a commands.cfg file in the wrong directory …/etc vs. …/etc/objects