Re: /etc/init.d/rc.2 command not found....
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Josef Oswald <email@example.com> wrote:
>The first startup call
>+ ´[` N '!=' N ´]´
What is this --> ´ <-- character ? In iso-8859-1, which is the charset
you're using in this message it's a "z" with a "~" above it. That is
what I see.
>+ startup /etc/rc2d/S10ipchains
>+2 /etc/rcd.2/S10ipchains start
>and then all other startup-call have the same line:
>/etc/init.d/rc: 2 command not found
Anyway, I think I know what's happening. Something is setting the
"debug" environment variable to "2". Could you edit /etc/init.d/rc
and put 'debug=""' at the top? I think that might fix it. I'm not
sure what exactly sets the 'debug' environment variable though.
Oh, what's the output of cat /proc/cmdline ?
I used to drive a Heisenberg mobile but every time I looked at the
speedometer - I got lost!