dbus: Removing unmaintained distro-specific init scripts

David King amigadave at amigadave.com
Thu Jul 6 12:56:30 UTC 2017

On 2017-07-06 21:19, Simon Lees <sflees at suse.de> wrote:
>On 06/07/17 20:51, Simon McVittie wrote:
>> However, I suspect that in practice downstreams will find it easier
>> to maintain their init-scripts "out of tree", like I do for the LSB
>> init script provided by Debian[1]. This has the advantage that the
>> downstream distributor can make full use of any vendor-specific tools,
>> like Debian's start-stop-daemon, to make their init script better.
>openSUSE / SUSE Linux Enterprise has already stopped shipping init
>scripts as we have no use.

Similarly, in Fedora and RHEL, the init script is removed as part of the 
build process, so the "redhat" init script has probably not been used 
for many years.

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