Re: Bug#153104: apache-ssl: init script outputs extraneous gerbage on start
Andrew Shugg wrote:
> I've been trying to figure out "grody". The best I can think of is that
> Joey's fingers strayed too far to the right and he meant to say "feist",
> but I'm not sure that makes much sense either. (Raymond E Feist? I've
> met him, he's short and kinda round-looking. Didn't look like any kind
> of console message I'd ever seen.)
Wow, I found a word in none of debian's dictionaries. Anyway, it's
dated surfer slang for something nasty, wrong, hard, or something like
that. Compare with "groovy". Even google can't find a good definition.
> Though, seriously: Joey's right, it looks ugly and apache-ssl isn't the
> only package that does it. where's this console message standard
> documented, and where is init script stuff supposed to go if not to
> /dev/null or to the STDOUT of the script's environemnt?
I din't know why our apache packages seem to do such a bad job of this;
leaking apachectl stuff left and right. The console message standard is
right there in policy, section 10.4.
see shy jo
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