Bug#601455: can't stop daemon using /etc/init.d/foo stop when, disabled via /etc/default/foo
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retitle 601455 can't stop daemon using /etc/init.d/foo stop when disabled via /etc/default/foo
peter green wrote:
> regardless of any plan to discourage use of the /etc/default
> mechanism (I think removing it altogether is not really reasonable)
> I think the original bug of being unable to stop
> a dameon after disabling it in /etc/default still needs to be fixed.
You're right. Sorry for my heavy-handed response before.
Would there be any easy way to get a list of affected packages?
By grepping for ENABLE and DISABLE in /etc/init.d and looking at the
context, I find the following packages have this problem in my local
(pretty small) installation:
bootlogd from initscripts 2.88dsf-22