What is Init.d?

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What is Init.d?

Postby lisabonne citadel » Thu Nov 02, 2017 5:33 am

Is this
https://www.ghacks.net/2009/04/04/get-to-know-linux-the-etcinitd-directory/

You can simply put your Computer in the fastest speed which is normal in linux, deleting some you dont pretend to initiate with the boot.
Before you delete CHECK FIRST WHAT IS ON YOUR WEB SEARCH PROVIDER. you can wreck the system integrity.

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Re: What is Init.d?

Postby mr_raider » Thu Nov 02, 2017 8:23 am

That is way past obsolete. Init.d was replaced by upstart which has replaced by systemd.
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Re: What is Init.d?

Postby lisabonne citadel » Thu Nov 02, 2017 9:47 am

mr_raider wrote:That is way past obsolete. Init.d was replaced by upstart which has replaced by systemd.


Could be in a way obsolete. But how it works /etc/rc0.d/ until to /etc/rc6.d/ ?

I read and tested through this either
http://www.yolinux.com/TUTORIALS/LinuxTutorialInitProcess.html

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Re: What is Init.d?

Postby altair4 » Thu Nov 02, 2017 9:59 am

lisabonne citadel wrote:
mr_raider wrote:That is way past obsolete. Init.d was replaced by upstart which has replaced by systemd.


Could be in a way obsolete. But how it works /etc/rc0.d/ until to /etc/rc6.d/ ?

I read and tested through this either
http://www.yolinux.com/TUTORIALS/LinuxTutorialInitProcess.html

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systemd: "Thou shalt have no other init systems before Me"


systemd-sysv-generator

Description

systemd-sysv-generator is a generator that creates wrapper .service units for SysV init scripts in /etc/init.d/* at boot and when configuration of the system manager is reloaded. This will allow systemd(1) to support them similarly to native units.

LSB headers in SysV init scripts are interpreted, and the ordering specified in the header is turned into dependencies between the generated unit and other units. The LSB facilities "$remote_fs", "$network", "$named", "$portmap", "$time" are supported and will be turned into dependencies on specific native systemd targets. See systemd.special(5) for more details.

SysV runlevels have corresponding systemd targets (runlevelX.target). The wrapper unit that is generated will be wanted by those targets which correspond to runlevels for which the script is enabled.

In short, you may think you are using an init script but systemd will make it a native systemd process.
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Re: What is Init.d?

Postby lisabonne citadel » Thu Nov 02, 2017 11:26 am

systemd: "Thou shalt have no other init systems before Me" :lol:

thank you for the description.


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