On Wed, Dec 28, 2011 at 4:30 PM, Cristian Rodríguez
want certain things and systemd is unable to provide them then
has no place to be there simple as .
People wantings things does not mean what they want is correct.
Ok, now this actually has a lot to do with the RFC.
I read on systemd's page:
Services cannot read from stdin, as this will be
connected to /dev/null.
That means interactive init scripts are not supported (i.e.
Debian's X-Interactive in the LSB header is not supported either.)
Thankfully most distributions do not support interaction in init scripts anyway.
If you need interaction to ask disk or SSL passphrases please consider
using the minimal password querying framework systemd supports.
(details, manual page)
I seem to recall system rescue and live dvds using that interactivity
to query the user at boot time what to do or to provide an emergency
How is that handled with systemd?
It is handled the same way systemd handle runlevel 3 ie, it works
Frederic Crozat <fcrozat(a)suse.com>
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