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A legacy mode where command line arguments are used to decide the sequence and runlevel configuration, and the default mode where dependency and runlevel information in the init.d script LSB comment header is used instead.Such header is required to be present in init.d scripts.
The conversion to dependency based boot sequencing is one-way.To identify the current version of Jenkins, we can do one of two things.From the Jenkins UI console, if we look at the bottom right corner, we’ll see the current version of the Jenkins that we are running: Or, login to the Jenkins server, and use the and execute the following to get the current version from the command line.And although the esoteric details of runlevels is definitely above my head, I haven't messed with anything except exactly what the tutorial told me to do. When run with the defaults option, update-rc.d makes links named /etc/rcrunlevel.d/[SK]NNname that point to the script /etc/init.d/name, using runlevel and dependency information from the init.d script LSB comment header. /bin/sh ### BEGIN INIT INFO # Provides: hostapd # Required-Start: # Required-Stop: # Should-Start: # Default-Start: 2 3 4 5 # Default-Stop: # Short-Description: Hostapd Service # Description: Intended to start hostapd on system startup.It is very critical to keep Jenkins up-to-date with the latest version for security purposes.