Jenkins etc default jenkins not update safe

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I’ve installed Jenkins using the command

apt-get install Jenkins

Then I made a few changes to /etc/default/Jenkins to change the Jenkins system user.

And now I figured that this file becomes reverted with every update using apt-get update.

I’ve also changed the owners of a few files In Jenkins installation, even these are getting reverted with every update.

What do I do?
Aug 9, 2018 in Jenkins by lina
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Alright, you can download the source package that apt-get uses and modify the users, permissions etc to suit your local use. Rebuild the package and either install it from cli with dpkg -i or make your own repository for local use.
answered Aug 9, 2018 by Kalgi
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Use a tool like puppet to manage the package install and then apply the changes required locally afterwards
answered Aug 9, 2018 by Nilesh
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