Re: reboot complains about /dev/initctl
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Alfred M. Szmidt wrote:
Recall that the ones in the Hurd don't do funky sysvinit magic.
Infatc, reboot for us is essentially a call to reboot().
(Shame smiley here) I forgot about that (the funky sysvinit part).
Anyway, we need resolution about the sysvinit package and hurd-i386.
For the halt/reboot problem, one of the quickest solutions is to remove
halt and reboot from Debian's hurd package, and -f to be always
assumed for these commands in sysvinit package.
 Well, this requires synchronization with hurd package maintainers,
so the really quickest is sysvinit to not ship with halt and reboot.