Re: enable/disable flags in /etc/default
Tollef Fog Heen <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> The problem was at least until update-rc.d grew the «disable» argument
> that disabling a daemon using update-rc.d was quite hard.
update-rc.d foo disable is indeed convenient.
update-rc.d and policy-rc.d are currently two separate interfaces. If I
want to make sure that a service is never started I need to modify both:
1) policy-rc.d to make sure that the service does not start when the
package is installed/upgraded/logrotated
2) update-rc.d to make sure that the service does not start on boot.
I tried to draft a solution that'd give me centralized control over