On Tue, Jul 20, 2004 at 06:16:37PM -0700 or thereabouts, Brent Wiese wrote: > Sorry, I missed this question and have been away from the list for a bit. > Hopefully you figured this out by now, but just in case, I've answered > below.
So was I :(. > > All i got to do now, it seems, is start portmap and fam on > > system boot. I know portmap_enable="YES" in rc.conf does > > the trick, but what about starting fam? > > Look in /usr/local/etc/rc.d > > There will likely be several startup scripts in there for other services. > Use one as a skeleton to start up fam. Likely, if you installed fam from > ports, there will already be a startup script in that directory, it'll just > need to be renamed. Many ports will put the scripts there with a "-sample" > extension. Check to make sure that file looks in the right places for your > daemon and if so, rename it to remove the -sample and it'll start up on > boot. There is no such script in ../etc/rc.d. All you have to do is to start portmap (in rc.conf), and then edit your /etc/inetd.conf and add there: sgi_fam/1-2 stream rpc/tcp wait root /usr/local/bin/fam fam and then killall -HUP inetd. This one should do the trick. Cheers, Martin -- Martin Hudec | corwin at aeternal.net | corwin at web.markiza.sk http://www.aeternal.net | cell +421 907 303 393
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