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Re: New User/No GUI

On Thursday 15 December 2005 21:25, Andrei Popescu wrote:
> (Re)reading these now puts them in a totaly different light... Is there
> still any chance for a standard across distros? Diversity is good, but
> sometimes...

To what end?  What do you want to gain from diversity, and how does a slightly 
different bootscript setup make a difference?

This is a tiny deviation from the "redhat" way. (Slackware and Debian are one 
of the oldest distributions, btw).

A very different style is called the BSD-init script style, which is logically 
simpler, but I prefer SysV.

I think slackware uses bsd-style.

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