Re: sarge apt and init daemons
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Miquel van Smoorenburg said:
>>> If you want to keep updates from starting the daemon, just chmod 644 it.
>>That sounds reasonable...and simple. :) thanks.
> Reasonable, simple, and wrong :)
> As long as one start or stop link is still present, update-rc.d will
> not change the configuration. So just remove all start/stop links
> except in, say, runlevel 5 or so. Since the default runlevel is
> 2, the service will not be started ever.
OK, although both solutions work, (I guess - I haven't tried the second
solution) it still seems kludgy to me. If I use the debian supplied tool
to remove a service from startup _totally_, and I use a debian supplied
tool to update the system, shouldn't the latter honor my current config?
I don't think I should have to remeber to chmod this or fake out that. I
have no problems doing either, it just seems odd that the best system
update tool available can check to see if my conf files have been
modified and let me choose whether to overwrite, but it doesn't check to
see how I've configured services.
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