I have been able to configure and compile netatalk-3.0 on my Slackware 13.37 system, but I dont know which init style to tell it to use.
From the documentation:
The Netatalk distribution comes with several operating system specific startup script templates that are tailored according to the options given to the "configure" script before compiling. Currently, templates are provided for RedHat (sysv style), RedHat (systemd style), SUSE (sysv style), SUSE (systemd style), Gentoo, NetBSD, Debian and Solaris. You can select to install the generated startup script(s) by specifying a system type to "configure". To automatically install startup scripts give one of the available --with-init-style option to "configure".
Running the make/install without an init style specified doesnt appear to generate any startup scripts. Which of the provided ones are closest to what slackware uses in /etc/rc.d?