[Openswan dev] disabling the ispec service in "make programs install"
harald at a-little-linux-box.at
Thu Oct 28 11:09:21 EDT 2010
On Tue, Oct 26, 2010 at 02:46:57PM -0400, Paul Wouters wrote:
> On Tue, 26 Oct 2010, Simon Deziel wrote:
> > This change makes update-rc.d complains like this :
> > update-rc.d: warning: ipsec start runlevel arguments (2 3 4 5) do not
> > match LSB Default-Start values (none)
> I understand.
> > I keep thinking the right solution is to leave the Default-Start line as
> > it was
> We can't. It would enable the service on reboot on Fedora.
> > and simply not call update-rc.d/chkconfig in the packaging
> chkconfig --add is suppsed to be called when you install the package.
chkconfig may be used under Debian but it's not the standard tool.
> > recipes. I have build a test rpm by removing all calls to chkconfig in
> > the .spec and ipsec is not configured to auto start even if the
> > Default-Start is set to 2 3 4 5.
> But now any tools manipulating starting daemons do not have information to
> start/stop. For instance, when you run "ntsysv", the ipsec service will no
> longer show up to toggle on/off.
Not a good idea...
> > I think this proves the problem
> > reported on Red Hat's bugzilla is caused by a bad .spec file. The LSB
> > header is interpreted right by Debian _and_ Red Hat.
> I don't think so.
The header is interpreted right by Debian and Red Hat but both have different
views what should be done ;-).
> > P.S.: To please all customers, the deb package is already configured to
> > not call update-rc.d in post install except if requested during the
> > installation.
Maybe I will borrow this for standard Deb ;-).
> Thanks :)
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