Re: real LSB compliance
Previously Ethan Benson wrote:
> runlevels should be sysadmin policy, debian's current default
> facilitates that best.
I disagree, the infrastructure makes it possible for the sysadmin
to change whatever default we use. Making our defaults richer in
functionality as well as LSB complient is a good goal imho.
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