rc.order wrong (ipfw)

Oliver Fromme olli at lurza.secnetix.de
Fri Mar 16 10:51:30 UTC 2007

JoaoBR <joao at matik.com.br> wrote:
 > since some time now it seems ipfw starts first of all, I think that is not 
 > correct

No, it starts after networking is up, which is the correct
behaviour, I think.

 > rcorder: file `/etc/rc.d/ipfw' is before unknown provision `NETWORKING'
 > rcorder: requirement `ppp' in file `/etc/rc.d/ipfw' has no providers.

That sounds like you have accidentally deleted the files
/etc/rc.d/NETWORKING and /etc/rc.d/ppp (or forgot to run
mergemaster properly after an update).

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