DJ Lucas dj_me at swbell.net
Fri Sep 6 05:37:31 PDT 2002

Dan Osterrath  wrote in message:

>> The implementation used in the first example is probably (definately
>> IMO) not the way for LFS to handle it at all, but the idea was sound
>> to
> Why don't you think so? The system stops daemons that should be
> started earlier but do not check whether they are still running. So
> if the daemon has killed by other actions it prints an error at
> trying to stop it. That's what I want because this is an unnormal
> state. - --

My apologies, I did not mean to say that your solution is bad in any
way, just that currently, the book uses sysvinit style bootscripts.


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