|SysV init? ORLY? 4 RLY!
||[Jun. 21st, 2007|02:31 am]
Just to make sure I've got this handy for the next time someone starts claiming that Slackware uses BSD init, and quotes something about "BSD-style" as proof of this...
<rworkman> Okay, guys, to clear the air:
<rworkman> 07:10 < rworkman> volkerdi: would you be willing to clarify
http://www.slackware.com/config/init.php to indicate that
Slackware *does* use SysV init. It seems that some refuse to
listen to reason.
<rworkman> 07:22 < volkerdi> rworkman: I'd think that /etc/rc.d/rc.sysvinit
being run whenever the runlevel is changed might be a clue, along
with the appearance of the new directories (which worked before
too, but had to be made manually)
Huge thanks to rworkman for getting PV to put this particular issue to rest.