What order are options in rc.conf processed?
psteele at webmail.maxiscale.com
Mon Jul 27 22:05:51 UTC 2009
>rc.conf is just a script that sets a bunch of environment variables for
>/etc/rc.d/* scripts to use. The order the variables are set in that
>does not matter. If you want your script to run after network
>are set up, you'll want to add a "REQUIRE: NETWORKING" line. See the
>rc and rcorder manpages for more info, and take a look at the files in
>/etc/rc.d/ for examples.
Okay, thanks. That's exactly what I was looking for. I'll check the man
page for these.
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