rcorder doesn't apply to ports startup scripts in 6.0?
dougb at FreeBSD.org
Fri Jan 12 16:54:33 UTC 2007
Jo Rhett wrote:
> I'd just like to confirm that rcorder wasn't implemented until 6.1, right?
Scot's answer was correct here in terms of timing. If you're looking
for a big round number, 6.1-RELEASE is good enough.
> So all of the ports which are being updated to use rcorder are now
> breaking on all of the existing 6.0 systems...
Not broken, they'll just work the same way they worked on 5.x. The
rcorder will look like this:
<all local (ports) rc.d scripts run here>
Ports were already using rc.d before I added the support to run them
in the overall order, but we were a little bit constrained on what we
could do with them since they all ran at the same exact place in the
boot process, and couldn't affect anything earlier than that.
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