> Well, would not be this stepping aside from BSD startup sequence, which we
> all know and love?  Having dozens of small files instead of pair of
> big ones always frustrates me when I have to work with linux.

Install a binary package that needs to be started when the
system is booted and needs to be shutdown when the system
is shutdown.

Now consider yourself as a software vendor, such as "Oracle" or
"Lucent", trying to easily distribute database software or a
WinModem binary-only third-party licensed codec for FreeBSD.

Despite its age, "sed" is not your friend.

                                        Terry Lambert
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