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comment How can I receive syslog logs from a networked system?
Heh, well that can be complicated. There's no reason a package name can't start with a two digit number, and .d/${package}-.conf are all reserved to the packages (although one is unlikely to have conflict for e.g. 72-local-myconf.conf). Secondly, it's important to try to write configuration files such that the order isn't critical. For example, a configuration file provided by 0access.conf from the hypothetical "0access" package would be applied before most configuration files starting with a two digit number.