Daniel Veillard wrote:
Small patch applied to qemud/libvirtd.init.in: - adds an LSB compliant header - add a couple of LSB defined functions - fixes the name in the chkconfig comments Hopefully it's correct :-)
For reference, here are the Fedora guidelines too (they draw upon the LSB ones): http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FCNewInit/Initscripts
Yup, +1, looks good to me. Do those standard functions deal with the multiplicity of error codes?When you commit this, do you think you could also add a line into qemud/.cvsignore to get it to ignore the generated file libvirtd.init (or else, I suppose, commit this generated file)?
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