[svlug] route & routed
sergent at kgb.etla.net
Wed Sep 9 15:26:43 PDT 1998
In message <35F6E80E.B0760B2B at psu.edu>, Michael K Vance writes:
] Jonathan Sergent wrote:
] > What do the messages say?
] They look like usage messages for 'route'. ie, if you were to give invalid
] cmd-line parameters.
How curious. Does it tell you what parameters it thinks are invalid?
Is your box on a network? Maybe you moved your network configuration
to rc.local as well, but didn't turn off Red Hat's network boot script?
Just a guess!
(The network script is linked to rc3.d/S10network, so it happens early.)
Check out the network script's configuration files:
The formats of these are documented in the install book.
Try typing these commands as root after the system has booted and see if
you get the same error messages from the "start" invocation.
If you do, you can redirect them to a file from the start script:
/etc/rc.d/init.d/network start 2>&1 | tee /tmp/something-or-other
] Woo, root execute only!
Not actually, unless you have modified the permissions on utmp. It's not
in your path by default, though--it's in /sbin.
] I'm in 3 it appears.
That's normal, unless you are running X.
The Red Hat install guide has a nice intro to the boot process.
Should be at:
if you installed that package.
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