From: Stephen Shirley (diamond at domain csn.ul.ie)
Date: Sat 18 Sep 1999 - 17:20:28 IST
Well they're probably not being run in you current runlevel.
Run "setup" and choose the system services option. In there you
will fin d a list of the services that are being run at you runlevel.
Select/deselect what you want.
On Sat, 18 Sep 1999, Ronan Kirby wrote:
> This seems just a bit weird! 3 of the processes in /etc/tc.d/init.d/
> are not being staerted. There is no record of them in the boot.log, but
> when I go to start them by hand from the command prompt
> "/etc/rc.d/init.d/process start" they work fine with no errors!
> Its an RH6 box, and the 3 are squid, diald, and pfilter (for ipchains).
> All the permissions etc are the same as the other process there which
> all start fine on bootup.
> Anyone any ideas?
> - Ronan
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