On Fri, Mar 15, 2002 at 05:17:12PM -0000, Kenn Humborg wrote:
> In RedHat-speak (and LSB-speak, AFAIK), you want to do:
>> # chkconfig swat on
It seems tha chkconfig is NOT an LSBism. Contents of /sbin/chkconfig on this
# /sbin/chkconfig is for RedHat based systems only. The method is
# not compatible with SuSE Linux, since we use LSB conform init
# scripts. There is no way to convert chkconfig based init scripts
# to LSB conform one. You have to do it yourself (look at
# /etc/init.d/skeleton for a good documented example).
# This file here is only to make RPM happy and to give user the
# chance to install RPMs which requieres /sbin/chkconfig.
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