RE: [nslu2-linux] Relation between /opt/etc/init.d and /unslung/rc.xinetd?
> I've seen stated both that /unslung/rc.xinetd should beOnly servers to be started from inetd
> used to launch
> servers at boot
> and also that the kernel executesIt is not the kernel, but the startup script /etc/rc.d/rc.unslung-start that
> in /opt/etc/init.d/. The ntp, ssh and rsync packages
> created "S"-scripts in /opt/etc/init.d.
does this. These servers are standalone and not started from inetd.
> 1) Is there any preference, if any, for starting sw inYes - the less you use a server and the more memory it takes, the better it
> either way?
is to run in from inetd. Personally I prefer xinetd to both the Linksys
inetd and the inetutils inetd.
> 2) Does the kernel run /opt/etc/init.d/S* at boot and K*Yes.
> at shutdown, just
> like I expect it to do (as I'm used to SuSE doing... ) ?