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    • Jakub Jirutka's avatar
      main/busybox-initscripts: fix tun/tap, change their group to netdev · bd4d9f02
      Jakub Jirutka authored
      tun/tap devices are created inside /dev/net by default, so tun[0-9]*
      and tap[0-9]* doesn't match them.
      
      When you run qemu as an unprivileged user, that user must have write
      permission on the tun device. The group netdev seems to be appropriate
      for this and it's already included in the baselayout's groups.
      bd4d9f02
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    • Sören Tempel's avatar
      main/busybox-initscripts: rename cron service to crond · 64c6f1e9
      Sören Tempel authored
      cron is the name of a virtual service and a real service. This causes a
      non-fatal error with the most recent OpenRC version. This error appears
      everytime openrc updates the dependency tree this can be triggered
      manually by calling rc_deptree_update(3).
      
      Renaming the busybox cron service fixes this error, however, this breaks
      backwards compatibility.
      64c6f1e9
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    • Natanael Copa's avatar
      main/busybox-initscripts: fix /dev/fd symlink · 20dfee5a
      Natanael Copa authored
      ref #1465
      
      I think the initramfs create /dev/fd as a dir. When mdev-mount later runs
      'ln -snf /proc/self/fd /dev/fd' the 'fd' symlink ends up as /dev/fd/fd.
      
      We fix this by always remove /dev/fd before creating the symlink.
      20dfee5a
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