cannot launch vsftpd at system startup
derek at computinginnovations.com
Sat Jan 27 21:37:22 UTC 2007
add set -x to the startup script and debug where that error message is
At 02:55 PM 1/27/2007, Peter Matulis wrote:
>I have read quite a few articles on how to start vsftpd at system bootup
>but nothing seems to work on my new and updated 6.2 STABLE machine.
>I have copied /usr/ports/ftp/vsftpd/files/vsftpd.sh.in
>to /usr/local/etc/rc.d/vsftpd.sh and it is executable.
>In /etc/rc.conf I am placing:
>and in vsftpd.conf:
>I can't see the error when my machine boots but when I attempt to run
>the rc.d script manually I get:
>.: Can't open %%RC_SUBR%%: No such file or directory
>I can start the daemon at the command line:
>I installed the port sysutils/rc_subr thinking it may help but it does
>not. I also reinstalled vsftpd with the make option RC_NG but it
>doesn't seem to do anything (isn't it supposed to install the rc.d
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