[File-rc-users] Bug#706651: [file-rc]: Overwrites the changes you've made in runlevel.conf.
diaz.manolo at gmail.com
Fri May 3 00:10:02 UTC 2013
El vie, 3 may 2013 a las 1:46 horas
John Paul Adrian Glaubitz escribió:
>On 05/03/2013 01:39 AM, John Paul Adrian Glaubitz wrote:
>> > If you reconfigure, install or uninstall any package that needs to
>> > write to /etc/runlevel.conf, the complete boot sequence will set to
>> > the default and you will lose all your changes.
>> From the package description, it seems that this behavior is rather by
>> design, isn't it?
If I haven't missunderstood those lines they refer to install or
uninstall file-rc itself. I don't think any package is designed to
violate the Debian guidelines.
>Add to that the following excerpt from the README :
> > To be on the save side, the alternate "rc" only prints the commands
> > it would execute for now.
> > The disadvantages (which don't apply to the method with links) as far
> > as I can see them:
> > * Modifications require the whole file to be rewritten, which
> > is a source for errors.
Of course, all startup and shutdown sequence is managed by a single
file. It couldn’t be otherwise.
>So file-rc looks rather like a bit experimental to me and this bug
>should not qualify as a release blocker in my opinion.
All right, popcon says its use is marginal. Feel free to downgrade the
severity, tag it wheezy-ignore or whatever you think is better.
> >  https://github.com/formorer/file-rc/blob/master/README
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