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Re: runlevels

>>>>> Marcus Brinkmann writes:

 >> It all comes down to the fact that a working Hurd configuration
 >> should only need /boot/servers.boot, and a bunch of passive
 >> translators.  Everything more active than that (such as starting
 >> inetd, or the gettys) can be done quite easily from /libexec/rc.

 MB> Okay. I see now. Still, what about higher level services like
 MB> apache?

Those can all be handled either through sysvinit being called from
/libexec/rc, or else Thomas's new system (which is not yet
implemented, but as he mentioned, it will have fewer arbitrary limits
than sysvinit, and support runlevels that depend on one another).

 Gordon Matzigkeit <gord@fig.org>  //\ I'm a FIG (http://www.fig.org/)
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