Subject: Re: /usr/pkg/etc/rc.d/*
To: Greywolf <email@example.com>
From: Michael G. Schabert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/15/2003 18:17:48
At 3:01 PM -0800 3/15/03, Greywolf wrote:
>Thus spake Michael G. Schabert ("MGS> ") sometime Today...
>MGS> This would seem to imply to me that it is kosher to use
>MGS> /usr/pkg/etc/rc.d/* for installed packages. Within the last few
>MGS> months I noticed that rc's default behavior has changed such that if
>MGS> you only uncomment the above lines and don't bother to put apache=YES
>MGS> into the rc.conf file, it will tell you:
>MGS> /usr/pkg/etc/rc.d/apache: WARNING: $apache is not set properly - see
>Should /etc/rc.conf by default contain the line:
>at its end?
>This would roughly complete the root-pkg split.
That is what makes sense to me personally...having
/usr/pkg/etc/rc.conf, and having the YESses in that file look for the
/usr/pkg/etc/rc.d/ files directly without needing /etc/rc.local
calling full path /usr/pkg/etc/rc.d/ files. I like having packages
separate (save for X11R6, but that's optional).
Bikers don't *DO* taglines.