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SubjectRe: initramfs programs (was [RFC] klibc requirements)
Andreas Ferber <aferber@techfak.uni-bielefeld.de>:
> Then add an init script and include installation of it to the
> installation steps of your autoconfigurator (it has to be installed
> anyway). If a distributor packages your program, he will include the
> init script into his package and enable it according to his init
> policy, or write an own init script, if your provided one doesn't
> fit.
>
> That's the way it works for network daemons etc. for years.

This sounds like good advice. The autoconfigurator is part of CML2,
which I expect to be distributed with the kernel. Does that change
your advice at all?
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