Re: Unidentified subject!
The S# sets the order of initialization when entering that init level.
This should have been done by dpkg. You need to insure that anything
needed by the network daemons is activated before this.
If you look at the other files in that directory you'll see they all have
an S# to insure dependencies are satisfied.
bash-2.00# dir /etc/rc2.d
S10sysklogd S20logoutd S20xntp3
S12kerneld S20lpd S25netstd_nfs
S15netstd_init S20ppp S30netstd_misc
S18netbase S20radiusd-livingston S50atd
S19bind S20sendmail S89cron
S20apache S20snmpd S99rmnologin
S20courtney S20xfs was-S20nas
S20gpm S20xinetd was-S99xdm
This is my rc2.d directory. I don't have a network link to the
/etc/init.d directory, but I use ppp. I didn't think network cards were
initialized in a network file but in the netstd* files. What does this
file do on your system, and did you make it?
S = Start K = Kill
On Mon, 5 May 1997, A. M. Varon wrote:
> Could someone tell me what is the number in the
> question mark --> /etc/rc2.d/S??network. I dunno what is the number, i
> arbitrarily put it as /etc/rc2.d/S31network. Now, it works for say, 2
> minutes. After that, i get a network unreachable when i use ping.
> Kinda strange....
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