Init Scripts

Pol Vangheluwe pol.vangheluwe at belgacom.net
Thu Feb 4 13:48:26 PST 2010


Op 4-feb-2010, om 14:57 heeft Ken Moffat het volgende geschreven:

> The original post was about initscripts - the old way was to
> create static devices in /dev. That should still work for "traditional"
> devices (e.g. /dev/sdXn) but maybe not e.g. /dev/usb/lp0.  This
> doesn't require an initscript, which is why I became puzzled.
> 
> See, for example, the 5.1.1 book
> http://archive.linuxfromscratch.org/lfs-museum/5.1.1/
> 
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I installed a lot of servers from the BLFS book and their associated boot scripts.  I don't use some of them daily (sqlserver, dbus, …), so I have to disable them manually.  BLFS has no tool to activate/deactivate boot scripts like most commercial distributions have.  Or did I miss something?


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