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Re: RFC: initscript policy proposal



On Mon, 06 Nov 2000, Paul Slootman wrote:
> I suppose that might work. Are there currently any packages out there
> that install more than one init.d script? If so, how is the name of the
> init.d script determined?

scsitools is one example. Its initscripts are named "scsitools-pre.sh" and
"scsitools.sh".

The name if the init.d script seems to be choosen (by the maintainer) to
something related (and likely to be unique) to the service it starts.

Example: util-linux has one initscript only, but it is named "hwclock.sh"
and not "util-linux.sh".

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