derek at computinginnovations.com
Wed Jan 24 16:04:59 UTC 2007
Check the startup script in /usr/local/etc, you may need to add
at the top of the script to see why it isn't started it at boot.
At 08:36 AM 1/24/2007, Warren Head wrote:
>I would like Apache2 to start automatically when FreeBSD is done booting.
>I thought that would happen because I placed this inside /etc/rc.conf
>But that doesn't seem to be the case. It doesn't start automatically, I have
>to start it manually with:
>Is this behaviour correct or not?
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