Re: Can insserv made better?
On Sun January 16 2011 12:49:20 Roger Leigh wrote:
> You're saying that an unwieldy ad-hoc fixed list of numbers and names
> is superior to detailed dependency information… This is patently
No, I'm saying that Snn/Knn values boot some systems where
insserv fails. Therefore Snn/Knn is superior in some cases.
I readily concede that insserv is superior in some cases.
In order to avoid breaking Debian systems we should give
people a balanced overview of the pros and cons rather
than blindly telling them that insserv is "recommended"
when it is unnecessary and may break their systems.
I'm not asking for insserv to be removed. I'm asking
that Debian users be given accurate information upon
which to base their decisions rather than dangerously