[OpenWrt-Devel] "Runlevel" support for procd

John Crispin john at phrozen.org
Tue Jul 29 14:16:18 EDT 2014

On 29/07/2014 19:41, Karl Palsson wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 29, 2014 at 07:05:01PM +0200, Matthias Schiffer wrote:
>> Our Freifunk firmware framework Gluon [1] based on OpenWrt
>> provides a special first-run wizard, the config mode/setup mode.
>> In this mode, almost no normal services are started, and a
>> minimal (failsafe-like) network configuration is used (via
>> netifd's -c switch which was added by an earlier patch by me).
>> In Attitude Adjustment, we did this through a very hacky init
>> script which was ordered before S20network and just blocked
>> forever to prevent the other init scripts from running.
> We use uci-defaults/80_initial_install and 90_every_install and a
> regular init script called "every_boot" that just use flags set in
> the system block of uci. (the initial install sets a flag) We do
> this for very similar purposes, to have a default "factory" network
> setup, that we don't modify again, some checks that can run on
> every sysupgrade, and some things that run on every boot.
> Would this be sufficient?  Our "first install" script doesn't try
> and run before default networking, it just resets things as it sees
> fit.
> Cheers, Karl P _______________________________

hmmm ... that does not sound very appealing to be honest ...
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