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Why some daemons like cron and ntp have the final d and for example networkmanager bluetooth gdm and others not? What's the difference?
I think the 'd' meant to signify a daemon, but it seams it not a universal convention.
The d is supposed to differentiate between daemon and non-daemon versions of a program, I believe.
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