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Re: not starting packages at boot

On Mon, 24 Jan 2005 18:01:46 -0600, Steve Greenland
<steveg@moregruel.net> wrote:
>On 24-Jan-05, 03:45 (CST), Marc Haber <mh+debian-devel@zugschlus.de> wrote: 
>> Last time I looked, invoke-rc.d was not yet a requirement to be used
>> by packages. As far as I remember, it is for sarge, but not for woody
>> and thus unuseable on woody, right?
>> Do we already have packages that provide policy-rc.d? A quick apt-get
>> search didn't show any.
>At present, the standard way to control this to edit the symlinks (or
>runlevel.conf, if using file-rc). This is good, because '/etc/init.d/foo start'
>still works.
>The standard for the future is invoke-rc.d. If a package doesn't support
>this, then the thing to do is to submit a wishlist bug for invoke-rc.d
>support, NOT create some new ad-hoc method.

I am not a native speaker, but to me it looks like your message
doesn't fit the questions I asked.


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