Re: Bug#502729: and the mysterious freebsd-utils package
On Wed, Jan 07, 2009 at 09:34:18AM +0100, Petr Salinger wrote:
> It looks like we (GNU/kFreeBSD) have to create better wrapper
> around native /lib/freebsd/sysctl.
> The current one does not accept file name for "-p",
> it always uses /etc/sysctl.conf and the possibly specified filename
> treats as variable to set.
Is that the right way? I'm a little worried that one package's init file
(procps) is calling anothers program (freebsd-utils). The whole point of
procps' init file is to start its sysctl. I already conditionally remove
sysctl and its man page so in a way it makes sense to remove the init
file if sysctl goes away and then let the other package deal with init
files for *its* sysctl.
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