Eric F Crist <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> On Nov 6, 2007, at 7:32 AM, Andrey V. Elsukov wrote:
>> Eric F Crist wrote:
>>> FWIW, ipfw.sh ONLY has count rules it it. There isn't any NAT/etc
>>> going on here. Also, IPFW was compiled with DEFAULT TO ACCEPT,
>>> since I'm not really using it for anything other than accounting.
>> In the your /etc/ipfw.sh script you should use "-f" flag when you run
>> ipfw flush command.
> I am, but that has nothing to do with my problem. My problem is that,
> during system boot, I'm asked the following question:
> Loading divert daemons Are you sure? [yn]:
> The system sits there indefinitely until the question is answered. I
> need this to go away.
I can't find anything that would be causing that.
Try using rcorder to determine the order for the startup scripts, then
run them by hand one at a time. You may need to do this by booting
into single-user mode to avoid the scripts being run automatically.
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