Following some UX reports in the #s6 IRC channel, a new version of
the s6-linux-init package is out.

 * s6-linux-init-

 - Binaries have less restrictive permissions. Root-only binaries
are now readable (though still not executable) by normal users.
 - A generated /run/uncaught-logs now has 02750 permissions.
 - The runlevel skeleton script now includes a guard to avoid
calling the service manager without an argument.
 - A new option to s6-linux-init-maker, -f, allows the user to specify
the skeldir to copy scripts from, which is useful in packaging scripts
(common in distributions) where the skeldir is in a staging directory
instead of the final installation directory.


 Bug-reports welcome.


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