On Tue, Oct 24, 2000 at 02:58:08PM -0700, Jordan Hubbard wrote:
> With the NetBSD stuff, this is not immediately obvious though I guess
> one could have a top level rc file with an explicit ordering similar to
> our various subdir Makefiles,

Nope.  All the /etc/rc.d/ files are scanned by `rcorder'.  `rcorder' then
creates a dependacy graph from information in each /etc/rc.d/ file.  A
walk of the graph is done to output the list of scripts in the order they
should run in.

To quote what you once wrote about `pib', the NetBSD implimentation is
"slicker than two eels screwing in a bucket of snot!" :-)

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