Subject: Re: rc_configured & default/rc.conf
To: Hubert Feyrer <email@example.com>
From: Luke Mewburn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/09/2000 15:28:45
Hubert Feyrer writes:
> The default for rc_configured is NO, and configured systems have to set it
> to 'YES' manuallt. With that in mind, I wonder why there is no
> rc_configured=NO in etc/default/rc.conf, with configured systems getting
> an additional (manual) rc_configured=YES in etc/rc.conf?
> Of course sysinst would need a change, but this would be consistent
> then, no?
whilst we could add rc_configured=NO to /etc/default/rc.conf, the
reason I left it in /etc/rc.conf was so that it was obvious to people
that it had to be changed.
i'm not fussed what really happens as long as:
a) sysinst does NOT edit/modify /etc/default/rc.conf
b) it's obvious in /etc/rc.conf what needs to happen for
people who don't use sysinst