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Re: [opensuse] Getting rid of systemd and putting sysv back

While this is in fact not the prettiest solution, and makes it a
little harder to find out how this works. On the other hand, as I
see it, this mechanism exists only for backward compatibility
reasons, and actually provides an elegant way to allow the software
packager to provide both SysVInit scripts and systemd units, which
can be used with either init daemon without change (so actually,
there's no need to touch existing and working SysVInit scripts at
all). However, if systemd is being used as the init daemon, systemd
will be used to start the service.

Yep.



there was a time that init did just fine by looking up the names of the
links under /etc/rc.d/rc.x

and started them in order and killed them in order.

That would be a good method to go back to.

Ruben

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