stickybit & runlevel question
-rwsr-sr-x 1 root root 7828 Apr 28 11:23 X
The 's' is a 'stickybit', right? Is this something Hurd needs? Can I chmod
+x X, without causing any grief.
When updating / installing certain packages, I get an error involving
inetutils-inetd. One of the problems is that /sbin/runlevel is a
non-existent file or directory. I 'find -name *runlevel*' and it certainly
doesn't appear to be in the root directory. Do you folks have
this /sbin/runlevel? Do I need to make it? Do I need to edit something in
dpkg to look for something else?