Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 90622
description for lisa daemon isn't useful...
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:53:39 EDT
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Description of problem:
the description for the lisa daemon isn't very useful:
"LISa is a small daemon which is intended to run on "
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
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Hmm, where did you see this description? It looks like that
the description was not correct displayed.
I have take a look in /etc/init.d/lisa. The description is correct!
And redhat-config-services also shows it correct!
the /etc/init.d/lisa file is correct, however redhat-config-services doesn't
show it correctly. if you want i can send you a screenshot.
strange, redhat-config-services shows it correctly for me!
could you please send the screenshot?
Is there a missing continuation line in the /etc/init.d/lisa description.
Basically redhat-config-services reads the init scripts for the descriptions of
the service. If someone has modified the lisa script the description can become
Created attachment 92005 [details]
screenshot showing the bug
Created attachment 92006 [details]
the lisa daemon description found on my system
The problem is that the lisa startup script description does not have the
continuation lines. The following patch would fix it. I will see about getting
this patch into the next release.
--- /etc/init.d/lisa 2003-02-24 18:20:08.000000000 -0500
+++ lisa 2003-05-27 15:14:50.707853560 -0400
@@ -3,11 +3,11 @@
# Startup script for LISa
# chkconfig: - 92 36
-# description: LISa is a small daemon which is intended to run on
-# end user systems. It provides something like a
-# "network neighbourhood", but only relying on the TCP/IP
-# protocol stack, no smb or whatever.
-# The information about the hosts in your "neighbourhood"
+# description: LISa is a small daemon which is intended to run on \
+# end user systems. It provides something like a \
+# "network neighbourhood", but only relying on the TCP/IP \
+# protocol stack, no smb or whatever.\
+# The information about the hosts in your "neighbourhood" \
# is provided via TCP port 7741.
# processname: lisa
# config: /etc/lisarc
Currently fixed in kdenetwork-3.1.2-3.src.rpm