i miss functionality in the s6-linux-init and s6-svscan programs. s6-svscan: ignore service dirs without +t (sticky bit) in the scandir. those can be activated by setting their sticky bit later. this behaviour could be optionally enabled with a command line switch. s6-linux-init: - set a default hostname that can be changed with a command line option like "-h hostname". - optionally check if /proc and /sys are mounted and mount them if not (command line options "-P" and "-S"). - specify a command to exec into other than s6-svscan with a command line option (say "-x").