I've been trying very hard to get dhcpd to load on boot. I've done
extensive hacking of /etc/rc to add a rc.user to the mix. This was a
simple addition of:

If [ -r /etc/user ]; then
        . /etc/user

then in my rc.user is this:
#!/bin/sh -

echo -n 'Loading third party server stuff:'

case ${dhcpd_enable} in
        echo -n ' dhcpd' ; dhcpd

And then into my /etc/rc.conf I have:

Yet I see none of this happen on boot. Is there something I'm missing or
does anyone know another way that is more effiecient/easier?

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