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From: Stuart Mathews <stuart@...>
Subject: Re: /etc/init.d/apache2 missing, and it should be
Date: Wed, 31 Dec 2008 02:49:44 +0000
Hi Mark,

Sorry that didn't work for you.
Maybe try checking out that /etc/runlevels/default/apache2 file..  
Maybe it should be deleted as perhaps this is an orphaned file for an  
unclean apache uninstall. I can't remember but if this is a symbolic  
link - you can safely delete it as seemingly it isn't pointing to  
apache....

I'm presuming you've googled the error about broken runlevel?

Stuart

Sent from my mobile device.

On 31 Dec 2008, at 02:29, "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 ~ #


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