Bug#25252: general: /etc/init.d scripts do not use the same syntax when doing so is best.
On Fri, Jul 31, 1998 at 11:52:57AM -0400, Mike L Kesl wrote:
> Package: general
> Version: N/A
> I do not know what the policy is if there is any but I do know this.
> /etc/init.d/xfstt takes "reload" as a valid argument to restart.
> /etc/init.d/gpm takes "restart" as the argument for restarting.
Which version of xfstt are you running?
This was a bug against xfstt which I believe I fixed in the latest
upload last night (its not available yet tho I think)
xfstt does indeed restart and has been changed to use restart instead
I am sorry about any confusion. If this is in xfstt_0.9.9-3 then
please let me know (this was one of the fixed I thought)
if this is in xfstt_0.9.9-2 then I am sorry for the confusion and
this is already fixed
as for whather there is policy on this...I believe there might be.
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