On Thu, 2006-02-09 at 22:33 +1100, Russell Coker wrote: > Of course this gives the problem of what happens when you restart sshd or > crond, those programs would then be unable to set the auid. In Fedora we > have gdm started from init, so restarting gdm is possible without auid issues > in this regard. As we have the precedent with this daemon (which > incidentally most other distributions seem to start from an /etc/init.d > script) it doesn't seem unreasonable to me for "sshd -D" to also be run from > init, and modifying crond to also support a -D option would not be difficult. This is absolutely horrible. Its bad enough I have to switch run levels just to shut down gdm, the last thing we need is more daemons run from init. So, about that FCNewInit thing...
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