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# don't run normal rc stuff if factory=1
# used by manufacturing to verify boards on a clean system
if [ "$(kernopt factory)" = "1" ]; then
echo "$0: found factory=1, exiting" >/dev/kmsg
exit 0
# /usr should take precedence over /
export PATH=/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/sbin:.
# Send our output (and that of our child processes) to /dev/kmsg so it'll be
# timestamped and uploaded along with the kernel messages. We can't use
# logger here because syslogd isn't started yet, and anyway, doing it
# this way guarantees all our boot messages are in exactly the right order.
# (otherwise kernel task switching could result in kernel driver messages
# showing up before the userspace messages that triggered them)
exec >/dev/kmsg 2>&1
# TODO(apenwarr): mkdir -p seems buggy across symlinks.
# Strangely doing the 'cd' commands below seems to make things like
# 'mkdir -p /var/lock/whatever' start working, implying it's caused by a bug
# in the kernel somewhere (perhaps in NFS).
mkdir /tmp/run
chmod 777 /tmp/run
(cd /var/lock)
(cd /var/cache)
(cd /var/log)
. /etc/
# Start all init scripts in /etc/init.d
# executing them in numerical order.
for i in /etc/init.d/S[0-9]?*; do
# Ignore if /config/init_skiplist exists and contains the name of the file
if [ -e /config/init_skiplist ] &&
filecontains "$i" /config/init_skiplist; then
echo "Skipping $i"
# Ignore dangling symlinks (if any).
[ ! -f "$i" ] && continue
# Ignore backup files (filename~) created by editors (mostly for nfsroot)
[ "$i" != "${i%~}" ] && continue
echo "---- ${i##*/}" >&2
case "$i" in
# Source shell script for speed.
set start
. $i
# No sh extension, so fork subprocess.
$i start
# Mark init script as done, so s6-rc services can depend on it.
: >/tmp/run/${i##*/}.init
echo "/etc/init.d/rcS: done." >&2