Re: A few observations about systemd
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On Sun, Jul 31, 2011 at 08:27:04PM +0000, Clint Adams wrote:
> > I would be glad if all services (at least network-enabled or especially
> > insecure for other reasons) didn't start by default.
> Maybe everyone would be happy if there were a central place to set
> the administrator's preferred policy.
Also, the place seems to be called /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d, but it is a
quite weird directory for a site policy configuration file, of course, and
the "syntax" of this "config" is undocumented (interface definition in
/usr/share/doc/sysv-rc/README.policy-rc.d.gz doesn't count).
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