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I hope I will not be totally out of subject.

I would like to submit a sugestion even if I wasn t able to install Hurd for the moment due to hardware and internet access restruiction.
I notice in Linux init process that user level applications have no possibility to change anything in the "boot sequence" I mean add a new entry to Path or excute a user level deamon and so on. I was thinking about domething like and /etc/init.d/application folder where every software would be able to write. This will allow something like
for I in /etc/init.d/application/*
 exec $i

This is mainly the basic idea. If this is totally stupid I would like t oknow where I am false

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