this: not found
freebsd at orchid.homeunix.org
Mon Oct 17 11:41:03 PDT 2005
> On 17 Oct 2005, at 15:20, Karol Kwiatkowski wrote:
>> eoghan wrote:
>>> Im having problems again with this message when im booting. I get
>>> several messages like this:
>>> This: not found
>> Every time I see that it's because of missing '#' at the beginning of
>> the line in a shell script (to mark the line as a comment).
>>> About 8 or so of them just before it asks me for my login. It has
>>> happened before, but i was working with a rather shaky install as i
>>> wasnt sure what i was doing, well at least i was more unsure then
>>> than i
>>> am now :)
>>> So im just wondering where i would look to see where its trying to find
>> I'd look at starting scripts first. Something like:
>> # ls /etc/rc.d/* | xargs grep "This"
>> # ls /usr/local/etc/rc.d/* | xargs grep "This"
>> and see if there's a line starting with 'This' without a '#' at the
>> beginning somewhere.
> I have done this now and not found anything without the # ... is there
> anywhere else I should look?
How about /etc/rc.conf file?
If not there does 'grep -r This /etc' shows something useful?
And just to be clear look for exact word: 'This' or 'this' depending
on the situation (I'm not sure because you wrote it differently in the
email subject and body).
Karol Kwiatkowski <freebsd at orchid dot homeunix dot org>
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