System V vs. BSD

Michael Wu edf_iceburner at SPAMKILLSCATS_yahoo.com
Mon Oct 7 01:45:09 PDT 2002


Use SysV, because easy to setup and is layed out step-by-step in the book. 
Then, after you get annoyed 
(http://www.winterdrache.de/linux/newboot/WHY_SYSVINIT_SETUPS_SUCK), use 
the dependancy based init scripts and init found in simpleinit-MSB, 
http://www.winterdrache.de/linux/newboot/ . Use the included scripts or 
clobber your own mix together.

Of course, this probably will take more time then SysV, but in theory and 
IMHO, it's the right thing to use.

Captain America wrote:

> Which style of initialization scripts should I use?
> Any help is appreciated.
> 
> chris

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