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    what does it mean when a distro has bsd style init or what not

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    Re:Init

    bsd uses a script that has the individual services start/stop routines in it.

    sys-v has a unique script for each. I much prefer the sys v for the ease. but thats a flame war I care not to enter...

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    so is that why i see so many in /etc/rc.d in my slack?

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    well, slack does the bsd style by default, but does support the sysv style too. Just the default way is bsd -- in slack,

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