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Re: status of initscript conversions to lsb standard

Hans de Goede wrote :

> Some time ago many bugs where filed against packages with initscripts, asking 
> to make these initscripts lsb compliant.
> After that there was some discussion if this was really a necessary operation, 
> as it wasn't sure yet if we would be switching to a startup replacement which 
> requires lsb compliance scripts. The outcome of the discussion then was to wait 
> with converting the scripts till things would be more clear.
> Are things more clear now, are we going to switch init, and to a version which 
> makes these changes necessary, or should I close those bugs open against my 
> packages?

I have the exact same doubts myself :-)

I really think the "Unanswered questions" from the wiki page should be
addressed first :

As an example, I still don't know what the correct/best syntax is for a
service to not be run by default in any runlevels :

- No "Default-Stop" or "Default-Start"?
- "Default-Stop: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6"?
- "Default-Start:" and "Default-Stop: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6"?
- Something else?


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