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/etc/init.d/network, which is called by /etc/boot, which is called by
inittab(5), by way of the line "si::sysinit:/etc/init.d/boot".
All the files in the /etc/rc?.d directories should be symlinks to actual
scripts in the /etc/init.d directory. In this case, /etc/network is
actually called by init(8) when the system is booted.
On Mon, 5 May 1997, A. M. Varon wrote:
:On Mon, 5 May 1997, Rick Jones wrote:
:> /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?
:okay, the network file initialize the network card. See, when i install my
:debian for the first time, there were no script files i have seen which
:initializes the network card, so I made one. I run this script manually
:when it boots. no problem. I got tired of manually running it. so i run
:When my debian server boots, it runs the linked script fine. I
:then could connect to the internet. After 2 minutes, it then says network
:Anybody could tell me what script does debian run to initialize the
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