Re: /etc/ppp/ip-up not being run
After upgrade bo->hamm had a similar problem.... run-parts in ip-up is
not executed, but if I add everything to the ip-up directly it works. Did
not have to find what went wrong and gave up....
Not a very constructive e-mail :-)
On Tue, 3 Nov 1998, Noah L. Meyerhans wrote:
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> > > The ip-up script is not being run when I start a ppp connection using
> > > pon.
> > Why do you say that it is not being run? Do you realize that stdout is
> > redirected to /dev/null when ip-up is run?
> > --
> I am aware of the redirection of stdout. I have a script in
> /etc/ppp/ip-up.d that is supposed to upload a file containing my IP
> address to a remote web server. This script works fine, and has been used
> before. I have another script that emails my IP address to a remote
> account. Neither of these scripts is being run, even though
> /etc/ppp/ip-up contains the appropriate run-parts command that is supposed
> to run them. I am able to run /etc/ppp/ip-up by hand, and it runs the
> scripts in ip-up.d just fine. But they don't get run at all when I start
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