Re: [PATCH] Teach rootskel to call "initscripts"
Tollef Fog Heen <email@example.com> writes:
> * Mario Lang
> | As discussed some weeks ago on this list, some installer packages
> | may want to have some boot/initialize scripts run before
> | the actual installer action happens..
> | Since editing etc/init.d/rcS for every such thing is not
> | really nice, I've inserted a simple for loop there.
> | Scripts should be put in /etc/init.d/SnnNAME.
> Uhm, no.
> if anything, they should be put in /etc/rcS.d.
Of course you're right. The reason I used init.d was that there
was only one file there, and I wanted to avoid an additional
inode for the /etc/rcS.d directory on the disk. But your
way is certainly more UNIXish.