Re: sysvinit and hurd
On Wed, Jun 09, 2004 at 06:49:20PM +0200, Marco Gerards wrote:
> You are partially right. GNU/Hurd doesn't use sysvinit *yet*. If I
> understand it correctly, people are porting sysvinit to GNU/Hurd.
> Perhaps it was already done.
> The bug report you showed us seems to confirm this. In the emails it
> is said that the patch (I assume there is a patch, I haven't read all
> of it :)) will add GNU/Hurd support.
> Better ask the people who ported sysvinit, Robert and Guillem (IIRC).
Guillem ported sysvinit to GNU/Hurd. I just have the nasty habit of
periodicaly finding bugs in it and sending patches =)
Miquel: IIRC, sysvinit now works perfectly on GNU/Hurd with the exception
of a PID conflict (/hurd/init is pid 1 also). But don't take my word as I
haven't worked on this. Let's see what Guillem says (CCed).
Wrt your initial question, GNU/Hurd has libc0.3 now and the GNU/k*BSD have
> > Okay, anyway, if the hurd doesn't use sysvinit then I only need to
> > bother with kFreeBSD. And I shouldn't have been posting here in the
> > first place, I guess ;)
Just in case you need to contact the GNU/k*BSD folks, we're reachable at
firstname.lastname@example.org. But it's unlikely that you need to
because as you know we're watching you and sysvinit closely ;).
> I've added a CC to Robert, IIRC he does not read this mailinglist
Thanks Marco. Actualy I hardly read any mailing lists at all lately ;)
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