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At least for amd64, Gentoo defaults to XOrg.
Distribs switched to xorg (gentoo)
Posted Jun 29, 2004 7:50 UTC (Tue) by Duncan (guest, #6647)
Posted Jun 29, 2004 8:04 UTC (Tue) by evgeny (guest, #774)
As well as _what_? To the best of my knowledge (which, admittedly, somewhat dated), Slackware doesn't have any kind of dependencies in the init stuff. Did it appear in 10.0?
Posted Jun 29, 2004 8:51 UTC (Tue) by tzafrir (subscriber, #11501)
Is there any distro outside UnitedLinux that implements this?
Posted Jul 1, 2004 4:54 UTC (Thu) by set (guest, #4788)
Requires/depends init scripts vs "BSD-style" vs "Sys-V style"
Posted Jul 1, 2004 8:18 UTC (Thu) by Duncan (guest, #6647)
Posted Jul 1, 2004 8:30 UTC (Thu) by evgeny (guest, #774)
>> As well as _what_?
> You didn't read the comment threads to well, did you? I was referring to> the thread entitled '"BSD-style" init scripts,', started by "Donio".
So why didn't you reply to _that_ thread?! If you're referring to _another_ thread, make this clear. Don't assume everyone else has as perverted logic in understanding what you're talking about. Your comment was off topic both of the current thread and the original article (which focused on Slackware, not current *BSD).
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