[systemd-devel] gentoo openrc
e-systemd at wthack.de
Tue Aug 10 07:37:12 PDT 2010
Am 10.08.2010 13:34, schrieb Graham Cantin:
> Nope, I think they solved the goal you mentioned first -- executing a
> frontend shell script while the system is up and running to parse run
> dependencies is much different than bash(1) running *during* init.
Nevertheless, if you look at /etc/init.d/net.lo for example on gentoo, its simply a bash script with a whole lot of bash functions predefined by openrc.
I the only difference for me seems to be that openrc is calling the bash function start() itself instead of letting init scripts parse the $1 argument...
I am currently writing a small wrapper script to replace runscript. I think this should work for nearly alle init.d scripts.
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