nscd should start after nslcd if both are present

Bug #1046987 reported by Raubvogel
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Bug Description

If nslcd and nscd are both installed on a machine, that means we are doing ldap. Which means nslcd needs to first talk to ldap and then have nscd do its thing by querying nslcd. Therefore, we really want /etc/init.d/nscd to have something like:

# Should-Start: nslcd
# Should-Stop: nslcd

Reference (because I forget things): http://wiki.debian.org/LSBInitScripts/

Raubvogel (raubvogel)
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