I do agree that making an /etc/daemon directory to store daemon
configuration files is probably a good thing to do. A SysV-style init
help with this though. Also, I am sure people will want to distinguish
between 'core' daemons and user-added ones external to the base.
I don't know anything about the SysV-style, but yes the core/base
daemons and the user/port daemons should be kept apart!
If they weren't, then all daemons might as well be ports,
have package registrations, and be easily replaceable and/or
removable for small footprint installations.
And without our bimonthly "why is sendmail there by default?"
flame-fest, where would we be?
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