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Re: Problems with init

>Though I doubt we'd be able to convince core Debian to pick up our
>init and rc system, I'd recommend having a look at the way that it
>works. We designed it based on having used all the other systems and
>deciding they weren't what we needed. Like the System V rc system,
>there is a separate script for each facility, but unlike System V,
>there is no arbitrary numbering to handle the ordering.

There is a debian package called file-rc, which replaces the rc?.d
directories by one plain text config file (/etc/runlevel.conf)

these are the first lines of /etc/runlevel.conf 

# This file was automatically generated by
/usr/lib/file-rc/rclink2file.sh. You
# can use your
# favourite editor or "./update-rc.d" to modify it.
# Format:
# <sort> <off-> <on-levels>     <command>
05      -       1               /etc/init.d/single
05      -       S               /etc/init.d/keymaps.sh
05      -       S               /etc/init.d/keymaps-lct.sh
10      -       2,3,4,5         /etc/init.d/sysklogd
10      -       S               /etc/init.d/checkroot.sh
11      0,1,6   -               /etc/init.d/cron
12      0,1,6   2,3,4,5         /etc/init.d/kerneld
19      0,1,6   2,3,4,5         /etc/init.d/bind
20      -       0,6             /etc/init.d/sendsigs
25      0,6     -               /etc/init.d/hwclock.sh
90      -       0               /etc/init.d/halt
90      -       6               /etc/init.d/reboot

and there are no other combinations of runlevels on my system. debian
packeages do not modify this file or rc?.d symlinks directly, they use

I don't know if this helps or if I just don'T understand the

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