Marco Beishuizen wrote:
are you changing the kernel security level in your rc.conf file? if so,
comment it out and reboot. that was an issue i had on a 6.x box recently
and commenting out the security level change fixed it
On Sat, 19 Apr 2008 02:07:09 +0200
Marco Beishuizen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Since I upgraded to 7.0, it seams that my /etc/rc.conf isn't read
anymore at startup. At least partly. Things that do not start anymore
They are all gnome related. I have in my rc.conf: oss_enable="YES",
hald_enable="YES", avahi_daemon_enable="YES and dbus_enable="YES". The
gnome FAQ mentiones to put gnome_enable="YES" in the rc.conf but that
doesn't work at all.
After some searching it seems that none of the scripts
in /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ are being executed at startup. All scripts have
the extension .sh, have permission 755 and in rc.conf I have
I have no clue why they are not being executed.
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