Re: Bug#4674: ppp postinst bugs
'Guy Maor wrote:'
>On Wed, 2 Oct 1996, Christoph Lameter wrote:
>> Why would anybody have pppd always running? Does anybody?
>Seriously - does anyone else think providing the /etc/init.d/ file
>without links for optional daemons is a problem?
Almost all daemons are optional. In general, I'd like to be able to
install a daemon, read the docs for a few weeks, and only then
activate it. Righnt now, I have to edit the /etc/rc2.d links /and/
edit all the /etc/cron.*/<package> files that send me email for these
unpacked yet unconfigured packages. Not a BIG deal ... but it would
be nice if a better mechanism were available.
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