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From: steve160 <steve160@...>
Subject: Re: /etc/init.d/apache2 missing, and it should be
Date: Wed, 31 Dec 2008 02:41:46 +0000
I believe apache denotes apache 1.x, and you need to use apache2 to
denote apache 2.x.  In other words try:
rc-update del apache2 default

Otherwise:
Little bit of a wild guess backed up by some detective work, but I
think all you need to do is delete /etc/runlevels/default/apache2

A bit of detective work shows that all the files in
/etc/runlevels/<runlevel> are links to the /etc/init.d scripts for
whatever is being started.  If I understand this correctly, rc-update
is telling you the link doesnt point to anything.  Therefore, there
should be no problem if you delete the link.

Steve

On 12/31/08, Mark Knecht <markknecht@...> wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 28, 2008 at 10:25 PM, Stuart Mathews
> <stuart@...> wrote:
>>
>> Oops spelling mistake :
>>
>> #rc-update del apache default
>>
>> this is to remove apache reference to your default init script, not
>> postfix
>> as i originally posted (dangers of copy/paste google!)
>>
>>
>
> Stewart,
>    First, thanks for the response. I appreciate it.
>
>    Unfortunately this command doesn't seem to be the solution.
>
> dragonfly ~ # rc-update del apache default
>  * 'apache' not found in any of the specified runlevels
> dragonfly ~ #
>
>    Notice that rc-update knows that something is wrong (Broken
> runlevel entry message) but I haven't determined how to really know
> what that means.
>
> Thanks,
> Mark
>
> dragonfly ~ # rc-update show --verbose
>  * Broken runlevel entry: /etc/runlevels/default/apache2
>            alsasound |      default
>              apcupsd |
>                 apmd |
>             bootmisc | boot
>              checkfs | boot
>            checkroot | boot
>                clock | boot
>             coldplug | boot
>          consolefont | boot
>           consolekit |
>          crypto-loop |
>                cupsd |      default
>                 dbus |      default
>        device-mapper |
>                 dhcp |
>             dhcrelay |
>              dmcrypt |
>             dmeventd |
>              dnsextd |
>               esound |
>                  gpm |
>                 hald |
>                 halt |
>             hostname | boot
>              hotplug |      default
>             in.tftpd |
>                  ipx |
>              keymaps | boot
>                lircd |
>               lircmd |
>                 lisa |
>                local |      default nonetwork
>           localmount | boot
>   mDNSResponderPosix |
>                mdnsd |
>              modules | boot
>                mysql |
>         mysqlmanager |
>          mythbackend |
>             net.eth0 |      default
>               net.lo | boot
>            net.wlan0 |
>             netmount |      default
>                  nfs |
>             nfsmount |
>                 noip |
>                 nscd |
>           ntp-client |      default
>                 ntpd |      default
>              numlock |
>              portmap |      default
>              pwcheck |
>            pydoc-2.4 |
>            pydoc-2.5 |
>                rdate |
>              reslisa |
>            rmnologin | boot
>           rpc.idmapd |
>           rpc.pipefs |
>            rpc.statd |
>               rsyncd |
>                samba |
>            saslauthd |
>               serial |
>                 sshd |      default
>             svnserve |
>               svscan |
>            syslog-ng |      default
>       udev-postmount |
>              urandom | boot
>           vixie-cron |      default
>                  xdm |      default
>               xinetd |
> dragonfly ~ #
>
>


Replies:
Re: /etc/init.d/apache2 missing, and it should be
-- Mark Knecht
Re: /etc/init.d/apache2 missing, and it should be
-- Stuart Mathews
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-- Mark Knecht
Re: /etc/init.d/apache2 missing, and it should be
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Re: /etc/init.d/apache2 missing, and it should be
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