rc.d are not installed by ports!
freebsd-questions-local at be-well.ilk.org
Tue Jun 10 22:25:09 UTC 2014
mais at ouestil.com writes:
> It's not the first time it happens to me, but on two FreeBSD 9.2 host
> (recently updated from 9.0 because of EOL portstree support on it),
> using pkng, after upgrade of openssh, mysql, nginx ... ports does not
> install their rc.d !
> ~$ pkg info -l openssh-portable
This indicates that the package system thinks it installed the startup
script. By default, this would be /usr/local/etc/rc.d/openssh (I just
tested the port and did, indeed, get the file installed).
What makes you think it isn't there?
Incidentally, I got the same thing with mysql-server. The plist claims
to install a startup script into rc.d, and in my case I got one.
> ~$ pkg info -l nginx
Okay, in the nginx port I don't see a startup script listed, and I don't
see anything that jumps out at me as creating one. But when I build the
port, I do get a startup script, so there's some kind of trickery taking
care of it.
> I didn't make a PR because it's looks like more a global problem than
> a openssh or mysql port specific.
That does seem reasonable, but it also seems particular to your system,
so that's where we'll really need to debug it.
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