does /etc/sysctl.d/ really obeyed and does really override /etc/sysctl.conf
alsadi at gmail.com
Fri Mar 16 21:48:22 UTC 2012
> If 00-foo sets something to value A, and 99-bar sets it to B,
> and B < A, foo may not function correctly.
> This isn't an ordering problem, it's an exclusivity problem, because
> sysctls are system-wide, not per-package.
this applies to every thing,
if 00-foo sets foo as the best font for "Arial" and 01-monkey set's a
monkey as the best font for "Arial" then only one will be chosen
same for /etc/profile.d/ if we have 00-ps1.sh and 01-ps1.sh both set
$PS1, of course one of them would work
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