Marco Beishuizen wrote:
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
- oss
- dbus
- hald
- avahi

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.

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
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