'minit' crossbreeds 'daemontools' and 'init' while adding dependencies, and maintaining minimal code base. It is possible to start and stop services on the fly. 'minit' does not depend on a mounted /proc file system, it does not write to any part of the file system (not even to start and stop services) nor does it use the System V IPC.
DocumentationUser guide available in HTML format from http://www.fbunet.de/minit.shtml
released on 24 April 2003
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|Felix von Leitner||Maintainer|
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