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On Monday 25 September 2006 08:35, Noack, Sebastian wrote:
> The workaround is to hack /etc/init.d/checkroot to call `dmesg -n 1` on
> startup, even though in /etc/conf.d/rc is a variable RC_DMESG_LOGLEVEL
> which is set to "1" by default, but it doesn't affect anything.
RC_DMESG_LEVEL is the correct variable - conf.d/rc is in error and will be
fixed in the next version.
> The other reason is, that independent from which net.*-scripts are
> attached to a runlevel, at least one net.*-script besides net.lo becomes
> started according to RC_NET_STRICT_CHECKING="no"  in /etc/conf.d/rc.
> Such behaviour shouldn't be the default. If I want a distro where
> anything happens automatically, I would use Ubunto or Suse. Furthermore
> it isn't even possible to stop this behaviour by setting
> RC_NET_STRICT_CHECKING to "none" or "lo" .
RC_STRICT_NET_CHECKING controls what the "net" dependency fullfills - it does
not and never has started anything automatically.
I believe this new behaviour you are seeing is called COLDPLUG when this
happens at boot time and HOTPLUG there after. These have simple yes/no
settings in conf.d/rc.
Please note that baselayout doesn't actually do any hot/cold plugging itself -
it merely controls udev/hotplug to some extent.
> The workaround therefore is to set RC_PLUG_SERVICES="!net.*" in
Yes, that allows COLDPLUG/HOTPLUG on everything but net services - it's used
for fine tuning if you like. This is also documented in /etc/conf.d/rc
Roy Marples <email@example.com>
Gentoo/Linux Developer (baselayout, networking)
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