From an email I sent to the list a while ago:
Fedora 9 has changed from sysinit to upstart.
Just for the archives, here's how to get it started.
So everything looked ok after reboot, though later i found that
svscanboot daemon from daemontools package is no longer running (and all
services, which supposed to be run under it, too). The reason of this
was the way it's configured in Ubuntu. Not sure how it is done in Debian
now, but IIRC it was done via rc?.d scripts. In Ubuntu, installer added
this line to inittab:
The problem is that such thing does not work with upstart. Jobs for
Upstart can be configured in /etc/event.d. I Added small script into
this directory to start svscanboot daemon at boot time: # svscanboot
start on runlevel-2
start on runlevel-3
start on runlevel-4
start on runlevel-5
stop on shutdown
After this it is only required to start it:
$ sudo initctl start svscanboot
svscanboot (start) running, process 5595 active > -----Original Message-----
> From: Manvendra Bhangui [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, June 03, 2010 6:45 AM
> To: qmail mailing list
> Subject: Migrating to FC 13 - /etc/event.d no longer works
> I use svscan to start most of my services. Today I upgraded to Fedora
> Core 13 and my svscan job which was installed
> in /etc/event.d stopped working.
> Apparently, /etc/event.d is now obsolete. The new location is
> /etc/init and you have to have your filename ending
> with .conf extension to make it work.
> This is just a heads up to those migrating to FC13 from FC12 or
> earlier releases of Fedora Core
> Regards Manvendra - http://www.indimail.org
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