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2<title>Command explanations</title>
4<para>The first thing to understand in installing any package written
5by Daniel J. Bernstein, and
6this includes <application>qmail</application>, <application>djbdns
7</application> and <application>ucspi-tcp</application> in addition to
8<application>daemontools</application>, is that he is willing to completely
9disregard standards if his idea of the correct thing to do differs from an
10particular standard. Professor Bernstein is a standards body unto himself when
11it comes to his own software. </para>
13<para>It is therefore necessary to make quite a few changes to the
14installation commands for his packages to get them to install in a manner
15that is compliant with the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
16(<acronym>FHS</acronym>). Most of the following commands are due to this
19<para><command>cd admin/daemontools-0.76</command>: First off, the package is
20unpacked in an <filename>admin</filename> directory. You will find the actual
21packages two directory levels below this.</para>
23<para><command>package/compile</command>: This command actually
24compiles the source and prepares the binaries.</para>
26<para>Since we are installing the binaries in <filename>/usr/sbin</filename>
27rather than creating a non-standard <filename>/command</filename> directory,
28several paths have to be changed:</para>
29<screen><command>sed 's|command|usr/sbin|' boot.inittab &gt; boot.inittab~
30mv boot.inittab~ boot.inittab</command></screen>
31<para>In <filename>boot.inittab</filename>,
32<filename>/command/svscanboot</filename> is changed to
35<screen><command>sed -e 's|/command:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/sbin:||' \
36 -e 's|command|usr/sbin|' \
37 -e 's|/service|/etc/service|g' svscanboot &gt; svscanboot~ &amp;&amp;</command></screen>
38<para>Here various paths are adjusted in the <command>svscanboot</command>
39script. In our setup <command>svscan</command> will check the
40<filename>/etc/service</filename> directory instead of
41the <filename>/service</filename> directory for daemons to run.</para>
43<para><command>cp * /usr/sbin</command>: We must manually copy the
44binaries to the <filename>/usr/sbin</filename> directory.</para>
46<para><screen><command>cat /etc/inittab boot.inittab &gt; /etc/inittab~
47mv -f /etc/inittab~ /etc/inittab</command></screen>
48These commands append a line to <filename>/etc/inittab</filename> so that
49<command>init</command> will launch the <command>svscanboot</command> script.
52<para><command>mkdir /etc/service</command>: This command creates
53the <application>daemontools</application> control directory, which - even if
54empty - needs to exist for
55<application>daemontools</application> to run properly.</para>
57<para><command>telinit Q</command>: This command tells the <command>init
58</command> process to re-read its configuration file
59(<filename>inittab</filename>) and act upon any changes that have been made.
60The <command>svscanboot</command> script is started.</para>
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