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Re: And now for something completely different... etch!

On Tue, Jun 14, 2005 at 02:14:45PM -0300, Humberto Massa Guimarães wrote:
> Maybe I can shed some light on this

> ** Manoj Srivastava ::

> > > That common is common enough?

> >         Not really. There is nothing to indicate that how you
> >         fashioned your run levels would make sense for, say, me.
> >         People whoi really want tailored run-levels often have
> >         very definite ideas about how these run-levels would be
> >         tailored; it is unlikely that a predefined solution
> >         designed by committee in Debian would suit their needs,
> >         and they would have to roll their own, anyway, and a
> >         predefined solution would just get in their way.

> >         _Why_ did you not create you own run level schema, BTW, if
> >         you have indeed needed them so often? (I haven't felt that
> >         itch yet, or I would have; creating differentiated run
> >         levels is not exactly rocket science). 

> I think this all evades the real questions, that are:

> (1) LSB -- which Debian's policy vows to follow -- mandates the
> default differentiated runlevels.

No.  Please read

Steve Langasek
postmodern programmer

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