Re: The right way to not start daemons
Craig Small <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> OK, we've all probably seen the thread elsewhere about daemons that
> should not be started, this email stemsfrom that but is not not about
> I've had a request in for LPRng (I'm the Debian maintainer) to have a
> feature where lpd can be told not to start. I was going to put this in
> the next version but there is a problem; which is the best way to do it.
Imho it would be the most consistent way, to tell the users to disable
starting by removing the startlinks in /etc/rc.runlevel (or editing
/etc/runlevel.conf or with update-rc.d) and use
invoke-rc.d /etc/init.d/lprng start
in the postinst-Skript. Or is invoke-rc.d yet only provided by file-rc?
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