Question about 'extra' K links in init directories
When I installed dpkg-1.1.6, it offered to remove some superfluous
K links in the init directories (i.e. some daemons get stopped and
then immediately restarted). I have two questions/comments:
1. dpkg installation seems like a weird place to do this :-)
2. The guidelines say :
In Debian GNU/Linux, we try to ship our software in as much of a
"default" state as possible. Therefore, unless there is a good reason
for doing differently, we ask that you start and stop the services in
each of the multi-user state runlevels (2, 3, 4, and 5).
This seems in conflict with dpkg's offer.
(Also, I guess that should be 'In Debian Linux' now...)
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