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Thu Jun 28 01:06:39 CDT 2001
On Thu, 28 Jun 2001, Sebastian Marius Kirsch wrote:
> Debian uses a SysV style init. In fact, I am not aware at the moment of
> a distribution that still uses a BSD style init.
Slackware proponents call what Slack has a "BSD style init".
Most of the folks who say that wouldn't recognize a BSD init if it smacked
them in the face ;). It is in fact nothing at all like it, it just isn't
SysV-ish, and sucks more than SysVinit to boot.
The current NetBSD rc.conf/rc.d layout effectively combines the good
things about both init styles, with none of the things sysadmins hate
about SysV. IMO.
airboss at nodewarrior.org
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