On Sat, 2010-05-15 at 09:04 +0200, Tollef Fog Heen wrote: > You can make that argument for just about all the daemons that are > shipped in the distro. Yes :) > Should ssh not start by default or just listen > to localhost for instance? Personally,... I'd prefer the listen to localhost only (per default) solution. But I'm aware that such behaviour is probably disliked by the majority. Nevertheless,... when installing openssh-server,... you're already actively deciding to do so... But the 002 would be shipped per default... > Me, I'd rather we stopped shipping /etc/default/* files with ENABLE=NO > and similar silliness – if you want to disable a daemon (or it should > not be enabled by default), put that information into the Default-Start > LSB header or kill the S rcN.d links/make them into K links. Well but that's just a technical issue on how to enable/disable things, isn't it? Cheers, Chris.
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