[Frugalware-devel] enabling services by default in upstart?
iron at ironiq.hu
Wed Jun 20 09:32:16 CEST 2007
On Wed Jun 20, 2007 at 00:55:26 +0200, Gabriel C wrote:
>Kovács, János wrote:
>>Ezzel a dátummal: Friday 15 June 2007 22:06:48 Alex Smith ezt írta:
>>>I vote enable by default, of course.
>>Stability is essential beside functionality in a production network environment. it may be dangerous to start a
>>the default configuration.
>I agree with you but the 'server' side doesn't matter at all as long we don't have any 'server edition release'.
>All we have by now official are 'Desktop' images not server not foo not bar and 'all sort packages' to run FW as
>server for advanced users/admins.
>Said 95% of all users installs Frugalware 'as is' for the 'Desktop' and this is where we have to care for now.
>Once we have a real 'server iso and install support for it and whatever server repos or the like' we can start to
>care but till then ..
Well... I don't know what janny mean on 'production network environment',
but imho the 'enterprise' usage (as desktop at the workplace, administering
lots of workplaces, for example at a school) can be also a production
network environment. I know, such an environment needs a good sysadmin, but
enabling services after install is better solution in such case then
I hope it's enough understandable.
Member of Frugalware Developer Team
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