I wan't change the startup order of some scripts.
network # chkconfig: 345 25 75
NetworkManager # chkconfig: - 98 02
netfs # chkconfig: 345 25 75
looking at them in gedit.
both netfs, network have the same runlevels.
The other numbers are the same,
"25 75", could be wrong but feel it's the reason
my cifs fail at boot.
25 is startup priority, 75 kill priority.
What I don't know is the limis of the numbers:
Should netfs be changed to # chkconfig: 345 40 75,
Would that ensure etch0 is up?
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