Wouldn't it be possible to edit /etc/init.d/ntp-client and add ifplugd
to the "depend" line in the script.
The Slash wrote:
> hm. well it *should* cause it to place ifplugd higher in the default
> runlevel, which in turn should cause it to initialize before
> On 8/1/05, *Darren Dale* <dd55@... <mailto:dd55@...>>
> On Monday 01 August 2005 04:16 pm, The Slash wrote:
> > you could always try removing ntp-client from default, then
> remove ifplugd
> > as well, then put ifplugd back in default, followed by
> ntp-client, thus
> > changing the order. It worked for me, anyway.
> Thanks for the suggestion. I dont understand how this would change
> it didnt improve things on my system.
> > On 8/1/05, Darren Dale <dd55@...
> <mailto:dd55@...>> wrote:
> > > I have an ~x86 system, and use ifplugd to start net.eth0 and/or
> > > net.wlan0. I
> > > just updated to baselayout-1.12.0_pre3-r2, and now when I boot,
> > > ntp-client is
> > > started before ifplugd.
> > >
> > > How can I make ntp-client wait until ifplugd has started? Some
> > > have reported problems when RC_PARALLEL_STARTUP="yes", but I
> have it set
> > > to no.
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > Darren
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