Re: Paper on init scripts and Debian (debconf2)
In article <20020707015410.GA2104@kitenet.net>,
Joey Hess <email@example.com> wrote:
>Miquel van Smoorenburg wrote:
>> - After woody, I intend to break up sysvinit into probably three
>> packages. One containing just the binaries (init, shutdown, etc),
>> probably called 'sysvinit-bin', one containing the basic initscripts
>> (/etc/init.d/checkroot.sh etc), probably called 'initscripts-base',
>> and one containing the startup-policy (/etc/init.d/rc etc) for which
>> I don't have a proper name (sysvinit-boot ?). That last one could
>> be replaced with file-rc, or any other scheme.
>Please, just call the main one sysvinit still, and don't split off a
>spare package (initscripts-base) if there is no good reason. Perhaps you
>have a good reason for that particular one and omitted it of course.
The hurd and the debian-*bsds want a different set of scripts.
It's probably going to be sysvinit, initscripts, sysvinit-rc
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