Re: DHCP server not starting at boot, any workarounds?
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On 11/23/2011 10:18 PM, Christofer C. Bell wrote:
> While you may have thought of this already, your subject line does ask
> for a "workaround" -- have you considered simply assigning an IP
> address to eth0?
Well, the current setup won't permit it as easy as you can say it, but
my (somehow updated) question is: why there isn't any error when
starting it manually, but not going to happen *ever* at boot time?
I compared the init.d script with a working (starting) wheezy setup, and
haven't found any diffs.
How can I start the dhcp server *after* booting the system, to avoid
manual interaction? Tried a (re) update-rc.d , putting it in rc.local,
making a separate script, any more ideas?
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