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#26 2013-01-20 00:52:43

chneukirchen
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Re: ignite - a simple and robust init replacement

/etc/inittab can be dropped, it means nothing to runit.

The halt/reboot/shutdown in sysvinit package work with runit, but they probably should be replaced with some light shellscripts that do the same. From sysvinit-tools, pidof, killall5 and last is wanted usually.

I will collect well-written runit services as part of ignite, and install them into /etc/sv.  That's less intrusive than patching every package.

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#27 2013-01-22 09:04:07

vostok4
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Re: ignite - a simple and robust init replacement

FYI just got ignite working with eudev today, for a relatively clean system that is no longer using systemd. Service patches will be inbound soon.

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#28 2013-02-04 11:49:40

chneukirchen
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Re: ignite - a simple and robust init replacement

With the recent Arch announcement, removal of initscripts has been stated.  I will remove the legacy support for rc.d scripts soon.  Please convert to runit services in /etc/sv.

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#29 2013-02-18 16:44:37

ne
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Re: ignite - a simple and robust init replacement

Is there a simple way to enable new services other than rebooting or symlinking+sv start?

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#30 2013-02-19 19:49:33

chneukirchen
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Re: ignite - a simple and robust init replacement

Just symlinking is enough.  Perhaps one could write a tool to load rc.conf and setup the links...

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#31 2013-02-24 17:49:43

chneukirchen
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Re: ignite - a simple and robust init replacement

rc.d support has been dropped.

ignite now supports simple, two-column crypttabs out of the box.

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#32 2013-06-02 17:03:30

chneukirchen
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Re: ignite - a simple and robust init replacement

ignite-git now provides self-written implementations of shutdown, halt, poweroff, reboot, runlevel and conflicts against sysvinit.

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#33 2013-06-03 17:50:42

chneukirchen
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Re: ignite - a simple and robust init replacement

BTW, for the binmove, I recommend to move the files to /usr/bin/ manually and remove the empty /bin, /sbin then, then upgrade filesystem.

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#34 2013-12-09 11:34:00

chneukirchen
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Re: ignite - a simple and robust init replacement

procps-ng now replaces sysvinit-tools, please update to ignite-git to replace usage of killall5 with pkill, and merge your /etc/runit/3.

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