On Sat, 19 Apr 2008 17:40:13 +0300 Manolis Kiagias <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Ah!!! It just clicked! You got a lot of _enable="NO" > This is rather unusual - you usually override something from > /etc/defaults/rc.conf with a "YES" > > Your /etc/defaults/rc.conf has missing entries. It probably was not > upgraded properly (during the mergemaster phase?) > > For example, /etc/defaults/rc.conf normally has this: > > zfs_enable="NO" # Set to YES to automatically mount ZFS file > systems > > but yours doesn't, that's why you had to put it in /etc/rc.conf by > hand. > > I suggest you try with an /etc/defaults/rc.conf from the installation > media (I can send you mine if you wish) Yes, this was it! I ran mergemaster again and it seems that no new /etc/defaults/rc.conf was installed. After installing the new one (and deleting the ="NO"-ones in /etc/rc.conf) everything started like before. Thanks a lot for all the help. Marco -- I suppose some of the variation between Boston drivers and the rest of the country is due to the progressive Massachusetts Driver Education Manual which I happen to have in my top desk drawer. Some of the Tips for Better Driving are worth considering, to wit: [131.16d]: "Directional signals are generally not used except during vehicle inspection; however, a left-turn signal is appropriate when making a U-turn on a divided highway." [96.7b]: "When paying tolls, remember that it is necessary to release the quarter a full 3 seconds before passing the basket if you are traveling more than 60 MPH." [110.13]: "When traveling on a one-way street, stay to the right, so as not to interfere with oncoming traffic." _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"