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From: (Miquel van Smoorenburg)
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
Subject: sysvinit-2.76 released
Date: Thu, 12 Nov 1998 15:18:24 GMT
Organization: Cistron Internet Services B.V.
Approved: (Mikko Rauhala)
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Xref: comp.os.linux.announce:11481

Sysvinit 2.76 has been released. It has been uploaded to,
and is also available from and all debian mirrors.
For changes and new features see the ChangeLog file in the source package.

Here is the LSM:

Title:		sysvinit and utilities
Version:	2.76
Entered-Date:	05NOV1998
Description:	This is the Linux System V init.
		The source package has the debian build files included.
		This version can be compiled with glibc 2.0.6 and up.
Author: (Miquel van Smoorenburg)
Primary-Site: /pub/Linux/system/daemons/init
		98K sysvinit-2.76.tar.gz
Alternate-Site: /pub/people/miquels/software
		98K sysvinit-2.76.tar.gz
Alternate-Site: /debian/dists/slink/main/source/base
		98K sysvinit_2.76-X.tar.gz
Copying-Policy:	GPL
Keywords:	init shutdown halt reboot

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