[opensuse] rc... and systemctl
- From: jdd <jdd@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2011 10:30:25 +0100
one of the best trick in openSUSE is the "rc..." links to the init files. Pressing rc [TAB] lists all the services available.
right now, on 12.1 this works even if systemd is working.
I wonder if this will be kept in the future? I would like it. It's pretty easy to find the systemd equivallent (systemctl <command>, for example "systemctl restart vboxdrv.service"), but when one is in a hurry such short circuits are very handy.
it seems pretty easy to manage (include "systemctl $1 vboxdriver.service" should do the job on the previous example) - at least when systemV will be no more used
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