On Monday 24 December 2007 02:15, Jonathan Horne wrote: > otherwise, there is always 'forcestart' intead of 'start'.
and Darren Spruell wrote: > You can get around the need to activate the variable by > prefixing your commands with the 'force' keyword (e.g. > /etc/rc.d/named forcestart, etc.) To start a service which isn't enabled in rc.conf, it's better to use onestart From the rc.subr(8) manpage: force Skip the checks for rcvar being set to ``YES'', and sets rc_force=YES. This ignores argument_precmd returning non-zero, and ignores any of the required_* tests failing, and always returns a zero exit status. one Skip the checks for rcvar being set to ``YES'', but performs all the other prerequisite tests. Jonathan _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"