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Re: Which package provides policy-rc.d

Joerg Sommer <joerg@alea.gnuu.de> writes:

> Hi,
> I'm running a Debian installion across a network and run into the problem
> that I must start some services (like lpr) on some hosts and on some
> others not. So I need a way to deactivate services per host.
> My idea is to ask a command, if the process should really be started. For
> me, the right point is invoke-rc.d and /etc/init.d/rc. I started to
> rewrite invoke-rc.d and found policy-rc.d. If present, it is run to find
> out, if a process should really be started - exactly why I want. But no
> package provides policy-rc.d. So why it is used in invoke-rc.d?

/mirror% zgrep policy-rc.d debian/dists/sid/Contents-i386.gz
usr/sbin/runit-policy-rc.d                                  admin/runit-run
usr/share/man/man8/runit-policy-rc.d.8.gz                   admin/runit-run


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