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Re: Networking loading on boot before PCMCIA services for network card

Asher Haig writes:
> I have a problem when my system boots where networking loads before the 
> PCMCIA services that are needed to drive the network card. As a result, I 
> have to run /etc/init.d/network whenever I boot before networking will 
> work. 
> Anyone have any idea why this might happen? The proper rc.* files are all 
> there, as far as I can tell....

Look in the rc2.d directory. The links to the scripts in /etc/init.d have
S<number> prepended to the name. They are executed in ascending order. Simply
rename the PCMCIA link to a lower number so that it executes before
"S15netstd_init" does.

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