I've compiled netatalk 2.2.1 with
./configure --with-bdb=/usr/local/BerkeleyDB.5.2 --enable-debian
to run on Debian/kFreeBSD 6.03.
I have not modified the /etc/default/netatalk config file, so it is set to run afpd and cnid_metad and the netatalk script is in /etc/init.d/netatalk.
My problem is that neither afpd or cnid_metad seem to be running. I get nothing when doing ps -aux | grep afpd from root. I have also tried to run /etc/init.d/netatalk start, but still no afpd from ps -aux.
I have tried to connect from my OS X Lion install by simply doing connect to server -> afp://192.168.0.3, but get no response.
When tracing my bash shell:
root@nas:~# ktrace -c -p 1200
1200 bash NAMI "/etc/init.d/netatalk"
1200 bash RET access 0
1200 bash CALL stat(0x6e16c8,0x7fffffffd280)
1200 bash NAMI "/etc/init.d/networking"
1200 bash STRU invalid record
1200 bash RET stat 0
1200 bash CALL stat(0x6e16c8,0x7fffffffd1c0)
Any ideas what's wrong? Does netatalk just not work on current kFreeBSD?
Thanks for any help!