Jonathan Horne wrote:
There are changes going on to how rc scripts work: basically, making
/usr/local/etc/rc.d work just like /etc/rc.d with full rcNG
functionality (REQUIRE, PROVIDES etc). Scripts which worked like that
would no longer end in .sh as per rc man page description for /etc/rc.d
"Jonathan Horne" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
ive been working on a pair of test boxes today, and 2 daemons in a row,
have installed from ports without the .sh on the end of their startup
ive done tons of installs on these test boxes, what am i all of a sudden
Nothing is wrong.
See "man rc".
well, only reason im asking, as in all my previous test boxes, the start
up scripts seemed to initially appear in /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ already with
the .sh on them. ive done dovecot and sasl2 a ton of times, its just
seems odd that they start this behavior all of a sudden.
Check out the recent discussions on freebsd-rc mailing list from the
If you believe that the new scripts are wrong, I would suggest asking on
freebsd-rc. Maybe some ports have been updated in advance or wrongly or
something, but I would think that freebsd-rc was the right place to start.
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