Subba Rao wrote:
>> During the system bootup, the init script /etc/rc.d/rc.M is partially executed.
> The last 3rd of the file does not get executed. When I run those remaining commands
> manually, they work fine. Why is that happening?
SuSE doesn't have a 'rc.M' script (by that name). Would you like to
attache a copy of your script?
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