Re: better init.d/* : who carres ?
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- Subject: Re: better init.d/* : who carres ?
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- Date: Sun, 11 Sep 2005 18:21:23 -0400
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Henrique de Moraes Holschuh wrote:
> No. They are not even "supposed" to be scripts at all, it is pretty ok to
> use binary initscripts (but most people don't, and it really helps for stuff
> like that to be easy to debug, and binary is anything but).
Ummm, not it's not.
In particular, you'd be violating policy by....
1) Placing binaries in /etc, in violation of FHS 3.4.
2) Policy 9.3.x, which says they're scripts multiple times
3) I strongly suspect you'd be violating Policy 10.7.3 on the behavior
of configuration files.