Re: Top 5 things that aren't in Debian but should be :-)
Wouter Verhelst wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 14, 2004 at 02:59:08PM -0600, Warren Turkal wrote:
>> Henning Makholm wrote:
>> > AFAIU the (unwritten) policy is that the multiuser runlevels (2
>> > through 5) are avaliable for the local sysadmin to customize according
>> > to his own particular needs. If packages begin treating them
>> > differently, it may interfere with local customizations.
>> Maybe we should only reserve 7-9 for local customizations. Is there
>> anyone here who uses more than 3 levels of customization?
> Almost. On my laptop, I've got gdm in runlevel 2, no gdm but extra
> getty's in runlevel 3, and no gdm, extra getty's and no power management
> (to get full performance even if on the road) in runlevel 4. I'm
> thinking of configuring a "no power, with X" runlevel, and a "minimal"
> runlevel which would run with "almost nothing", just the basics required
> to do something useful.
> Good enough? ;)
Okay, you win. :-P But could we at least make all available runlevels (7-9)
supported with update-rc.d?
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