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Re: [suse-security] What's keeps changing my inet.d sequence (not entirely security related)
On Wednesday 21 May 2003 01:11, Matt Gibson wrote:
> To get it to apply the right sequence, check the "### BEGIN INIT INFO"
> section of the script. If you specify in there that it depends on the
> firewall (use the Required-Start line to specify whatever's in the Provides
> line in the firewall script) then it should get automatically shuffled into
> the right place. Check out the init.d and insserv man pages for more
Ah, now if that works it would be great.
The man pages left the impression that only those services mentioned in
the /etc/insserv.conf could be mentioned there
And my tests with the following in the firewall script:
# Provides: shorewall
# Required-Start: $network vmware
# Default-Start: 2 3 5
# Default-Stop: 0 1 6
# Description: starts and stops the shorewall firewall
Were unsuccessfull in getting the thing to force vmware to
load first. Infact the insserv -d command halted saying
vmware was not enabled, yet chkconfig said it was.
Maddening. If i manually set it and stay away from
insserv it will stay put, but one trip thru yast and
I have to adjust it again.
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