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Re: Printing [ OK ] on successful start or stop of a service?



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On Sunday 22 December 2002 10:05 am, 012950864 mobitel com kh wrote:
> Hi all:
>
> This might sound a bit silly to ask; but I'm curious to know the code
> that does the printing of [ OK ] on the 60th column when a service
> successfully starts or stops. Well, I could check in the
> /etc/sysconfig/init to only know that it would start printing [ OK ] at
> 60th column; but I could not find the exact code that did the job of
> printing [ OK ].
>
> Anyone, please?

Have a look at:
/etc/init.d/functions
/etc/sysconfig/init
/usr/share/doc/initscripts-*/sysconfig.txt

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