Subject: Re: Another changer, another changer problem
To: NetBSD-current Discussion List <email@example.com>
From: John Nemeth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/18/1998 02:05:00
On Oct 12, 8:29pm, Greg A. Woods wrote:
} [ On Sun, October 11, 1998 at 11:07:16 (-0500), email@example.com wrote: ]
} > In message <Pine.NEB.firstname.lastname@example.org>, Curt Sampson writes:
} > >I coded up a bit of proof-of-concept stuff for the new NetBSD
} > >startup dependency system that Perry and Matt were doing some work
} > >on. This made the whole concept of `runlevels' obselete by instead
} > >allowing you to turn on and off named daemons or named groups of
} > >daemons. So you wouldn't for example, have to have your radius
} > >server running just to run xdm on that machine as well.
} Anyone who knows anything about AT&T System V Unix will know that they
} also came up with a similar improvement about 10 years ago or more
} (SAC). The AIX guys did something similar too.
I thought "sac" was that incredibly excessively complex (which is
the AT&T style after all) replacement for getty in SVR4? At least
that is where all my references point. Is there something else?
}-- End of excerpt from Greg A. Woods