Re: inittab hacking
> only thing I can come up with is this would allow changing of gettys easily.
> However I do not see this as a real issue. How many people need to change
> their getty?
Probably not many, but it would be nice if gettys were handled by
alternatives so that when I install mingetty and remove the default
one I don't have to muck around with inittab myself. The only problem
I see here is that the arguments are not congruent between different
kinds of getty programs; I guess we just have to write some wrapper
Does this sound feasible to eveybody? I'll be off reading the policy
manual in the event that anyone has comments on it. :-)
"Perfection [in design] is achieved not when there is nothing left to
add, but rather when there is nothing left to take away."
-- Antoine de Saint-Exupery