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Re: boot error (?)



Marco Calviani wrote:
>    i've got an error (maybe a warning) during the boot up process, as 
>  written in /var/log/boot:

>   Cleaning /tmpfind: warning: you have specified the -maxdepth option 
>  after a non-option argument -perm, but options are not positi
>  onal (-maxdepth affects tests specified before it as well as those 
>  specified after it).  Please specify options before other argumentsboo

>  find: warning: you have specified the -depth option after a non-option 
>  argument !, but options are not positional (-depth affects
>   tests specified before it as well as those specified after it).  
>  Please specify options before other arguments.

>   find: warning: you have specified the -depth option after a 
>  non-option argument !, but options are not positional (-depth affects
>   tests specified before it as well as those specified after it).  
>  Please specify options before other arguments.

>  What might be the cause?

It's /etc/init.d/bootclean.sh from the initscripts package. There are
already some bugreports about this. 
If you don't want to wait until it gets fixed in a new version of the
package you could edit /etc/init.d/bootclean.sh yourself and change
the order of the find arguments.

-- 
Thomas Weinbrenner

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