cvs commit: src/etc devd.conf network.subr pccard_ether src/etc/defaults rc.conf src/etc/rc.d dhclient netif

Andrea Campi andrea+freebsd_cvs_all at
Wed Jun 8 09:13:17 GMT 2005

On Tue, Jun 07, 2005 at 05:01:36PM -0700, Brooks Davis wrote:
> > things broke badly for me on a plain-vanilla installation. I don't have
> > an easy way to test a proper solution right now, but there are a couple
> > things that stick out as suspiciously bogus:
> I've fixed those bogons and will do some more testing shortly.  Any
> details on the system configuration or errors so I'm not working
> totally blind?

In my case it is simply one interface with an IPv4 address; returning an
unused variable caused a return 1, which was interpreted as a failure.
But now that I look at it with a fresher mind, I can't figure out how it
could break anything, apart from printing a failure message...

The original problem was that the interface (fxp) failed to come up
in time for mountcritremote etc; it is probably unrelated.

Sorry for the noise, I'll try again ASAP and I'll let you know.


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