On Thu, 5 Sep 2002, Mike Makonnen wrote:
MM>On Thu, 05 Sep 2002 13:17:04 +0200 (CEST)
MM>Harti Brandt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
MM>> rcorder: requirement `ppp' in file `/etc/rc.d/rpcbind' has no providers.
MM>> rcorder: requirement `beforenetlkm' in file `/etc/rc.d/ipsec' has no
MM>> providers. rcorder: requirement `beforenetlkm' in file `/etc/rc.d/ipfilter'
MM>> has no providers. rcorder: requirement `altqd' in file
MM>> `/etc/rc.d/NETWORKING' has no providers. rcorder: requirement `dhclient' in
MM>> file `/etc/rc.d/NETWORKING' has no providers. rcorder: requirement `network'
MM>> in file `/etc/rc.d/NETWORKING' has no providers.
MM>Well, gordon made a commit yesterday to prevent scripts not used by FreeBSD
MM>from being installed. rcorder is complaining because some of those scripts are
MM>in the REQUIRE line of the installed scripts. While your startup order may be
MM>subtly different because of it, it's a benign error message (in this case).
MM>You can redirect it to /dev/null with the following patch.
Ok, thanks for the answer. Just another problem: I have a couple of
machines that boot diskless via DHCP and NFS. Up to now I set the hostname
of each of these machines in rc.conf.local. But this doesn't work anymore.
I tried to track the sourcing of the configure scripts, but rcNG is a
rather complex thing. A workaround is to supply the hostname via DHCP, but
that may not work for everyone and it does not help for the second
problem: I have
network_interfaces="dc0 dc1 dc2 dc3 lo0"
ifconfig_dc0="up media 100basetx mediaopt full-duplex"
ifconfig_dc1="up media 100basetx mediaopt full-duplex"
ifconfig_dc2="up media 100basetx mediaopt full-duplex"
ifconfig_dc3="up media 100basetx mediaopt full-duplex"
in my rc.conf.local and that used to work. But now it doesn't. So what
is the problem with rc.conf.local?
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