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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!)
Quoting "Stuart Mathews" <stuart@...>:
> Mark Knecht wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I need to actually learn a little Gentoo stuff. Thanks in advance.
>> On my wife's machine there's an error message at boot time which says
>> /etc/init.d/apache2 missing
>> or something to that effect. Now I think I installed apache2 a long
>> time ago looking at some mythtv option but that's no longer used and
>> apache isn't on the system. However she gets this message at boot
>> Searching around I didn't see anything obvious about why this
>> happens. There's nothing sowing up with rc-update. However there is a
>> which I suspect is involved. Is it? Is it left over from some earlier
>> ebuild that didn't remove it? Can I remove it by hand and fix things
>> or is there some better tool for keeping this part of the machine
>> happy and healthy?
> I broke my ibook with Gentoo a while back, so I can't test this out
> for you but have you tried to reinstall apache and then uninstall it
> It looks like you have an entry in your default startup init script
> that looks for the apache init script and it cant find it ...
> try this to remove this reference :
> #rc-update del postfix default
> Kind regards,
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