/etc/init.d script seems to be sourcing an
/etc/default/ file without checking for its existence first.
/etc/default/ can be deleted by the administrator at
any time, and init scripts are required to handle the situation
gracefully. For example:
[ -r /etc/default/foo ] && . /etc/default/foo
For more information please consult:
- Debian Policy Manual section 9.3.2
The tag is present in Lintian version
That is the most recent version we know about.
We use semantic versions.
The patch number is a commit step indicator relative to the
release tag in our Git
You can find the detection logic for this version at commit a1e47cb. For merge requests, please use the latest version in the Lintian check init-d.