[Pm-utils] [PATCH] use service unconditionally
newsuser at famdijkstra.org
Sat Mar 10 12:11:14 PST 2007
On Sat, 10 Mar 2007 16:49:04 +0200
"S.Çağlar Onur" <caglar at pardus.org.tr> wrote:
> 10 Mar 2007 Cts tarihinde, Tim Dijkstra şunları yazmıştı:
> > > I agree with this.
> > > IIRC "service" is also mandated by LSB.
> > It is not.
> Ok, instead of talking about if "service" is a LSB thing or not i think we
> should make a _decision_ about what _we_ should do. So;
> * Get rid of /etc/init.d/ existence check which i proposed,
> * Get rid of "service" command usage and relay only /etc/init.d/ scripts which
> seems Tim Dijkstra wants,
> * Introduce distro specific hooks/functions etc.
> * Ignore all threads/patches/comments so distros/people can fork/alternate
> pm-utils which works just for them happily
OK, sorry for being a bit blunt. But I hope stefan knows I'm not always
It appears that is inevitable that we introduce distro specific
functions here, because you do not appear to have /etc/init.d and we
don't have service.
It is probably easiest to just call `service XXX' that way we can
easily add a wrapper function. If we would keep /etc/init.d/XXX it is
harder to wrap and you would have to patch pm-utils in various places.
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