Using the LSB Bootscripts
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Wed May 11 09:46:40 PDT 2011
On Tue, May 10, 2011 at 6:39 AM, Jeremy Huntwork
<jhuntwork at lightcubesolutions.com> wrote:
> On 5/10/11 8:25 AM, DJ Lucas wrote:
>> * Most important, pull as much as possible of the items below from
>> LightCube OS's files to ease merging and keep the diffs to a minimum so
>> that they are easily shared across distributions.
>> * Move ifup and ifdown scripts to /sbin.
>> * Move network service scripts to /lib/services (there was one
>> minor objection here, should that be /lib/network-services or
>> /lib/network? I don't really have any preference here, /lib/services is
>> fine by me).
>> * Move network configuration files to /etc/network.
>> * Move network (hostname value) and clock config into
>> /etc/default/rc.site (default to UTC?)
>> * Use /etc/default for rc configuration files (remaining items in
>> /etc/sysconfig currently).
> All fine from my perspective. :)
>> * Add initd-tools to book - This is required for the new scripts.
>> Jeremy what is the status on this in LightCube OS? I remember a few
>> months ago about you possibly taking over maintenance of them, adding a
>> service binary/script and such? At last check, Dan did not have them in
>> an RCS, which is not an issue for now, just curious about the future of
>> the tools. The tarball and homepage are available in Dan's home
>> directory on freedesktop.org if we need for the book. Dan?
> I never got around to adding these into a repository, but I could do so.
> I'd be happy to maintain them. I'll need to schedule some time to get
> the infrastructure together for them and then post links.
I nominate you as the new maintainer. :) Since I don't roll my own
anymore I don't actually use the programs, but DJ has used them and
they worked for me at one point. I put the repo on freedesktop.org in
git://anongit.freedesktop.org/~dbn/initd-tools. I updated the webpage
with the relevant info, but it'll take a little longer for cgit to
display the repo.
Let me know if I can help. This was my first major C project, so you
might find some ugly code in there.
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