From: Lars Braeuer (lbraeuer_at_mpex.net)
Date: Sat 02 Nov 2002 - 11:09:11 GMT
isn't this the same problem we've had a few weeks ago, where the
from /etc/rc.d/ wouldn't be started using SuSE ?
this problem was related to the not very well written /etc/rc.d/rc
suse and it worked after taking the redhat or debian /etc/rc.d/rc script.
Klavs Klavsen wrote:
> On Fri, 2002-11-01 at 23:15, Matt Ayres wrote:
> >A much easier way to do this is to simply use the fakeinit flag.
> You also
> >need to remove everything from the boot runlevel.
> Actually the fakeinit flags just means init isn't run (as far as I
> can tell) which
> means that the services I wanted to start automagically at boot - no
> longer is started (bad thing). So yes, I can start the vserver with the
> fakeinit flag, but then it won't startup my services if I happen to boot
> the server. This is actually pretty shitty, as I am going to run
> important services under vserver, so my solution has to be to change
> the relevant values (as suggested by John P. Eisenmenger) with variables
> I can set in the vserver.conf.
> I would like to suggest this addon for the next version of the vserver
> utilities as it means I can run every system under vserver - no fuzz.
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