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ignore specified list of events (comma-separated)
ignore specified list of events (comma-separated)
Translated by James Hunt on 2011-03-16
Located in util/initctl.c:3075
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Generate warning for any unreachable events/jobs
Generate warning for any unreachable events/jobs
Translated by Steve Langasek on 2012-12-25
Located in util/initctl.c:3077
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apply to global job environment table
apply to global job environment table
Translated by Stéphane Graber on 2013-03-08
Located in util/initctl.c:3088 util/initctl.c:3101 util/initctl.c:3112 util/initctl.c:3123 util/initctl.c:3134
255.
do not replace the value of the variable if already set
do not replace the value of the variable if already set
Translated by Stéphane Graber on 2013-03-08
Located in util/initctl.c:3090
256.
Job
Job
Translated by Scott James Remnant (Canonical) on 2008-03-11
Located in util/initctl.c:3153
257.
Event
Event
Translated by Scott James Remnant (Canonical) on 2008-03-11
Located in util/initctl.c:3160
258.
Environment
Environment
Translated by Stéphane Graber on 2013-03-08
Located in util/initctl.c:3167
259.
JOB [KEY=VALUE]...
JOB [KEY=VALUE]...
Translated by Scott James Remnant (Canonical) on 2009-07-11
Located in util/initctl.c:3175 util/initctl.c:3187 util/initctl.c:3198 util/initctl.c:3209 util/initctl.c:3216
260.
Start job.
Start job.
Translated by Scott James Remnant (Canonical) on 2009-07-11
Located in util/initctl.c:3176
261.
JOB is the name of the job that is to be started, this may be followed by zero or more environment variables to be defined in the new job.

The environment may also serve to distinguish between job instances, and thus decide whether a new instance will be started or an error returned if an existing instance is already running.
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JOB is the name of the job that is to be started, this may be followed by zero or more environment variables to be defined in the new job.

The environment may also serve to distinguish between job instances, and thus decide whether a new instance will be started or an error returned if an existing instance is already running.
Translated by Scott James Remnant (Canonical) on 2009-07-11
Located in util/initctl.c:3177
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Contributors to this translation: Dimitri John Ledkov, James Hunt, Scott James Remnant (Canonical), Steve Langasek, Stéphane Graber.