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From: Will Briggs <will@...>
Subject: Re: wireless and service dependencies
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2007 22:13:15 +1000
Mike Benson wrote:
> 
> I guess what we both actually want is for these network dependent services to 
> come up when *any* external network interface is functional. But how?

Thanks for the clarification.  This is it exactly.

Here's some clue I guess:

grep -R "is scheduled to start" /etc/*
init.d/runscript.sh:                    ewarn "WARNING:  ${SVCNAME} is
scheduled to start when ${startinactive} has started."
init.d/runscript.sh:                            ewarn "WARNING:  ${x} is
scheduled to start when ${SVCNAME} has started."

but all that looks like it is doing is handling the dependencies - where
are they set?

W.

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