[PATCH] Re: /etc/rc.d/sshd : "kldload random" missing?
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Sat Apr 23 23:46:31 PDT 2005
Daniel O'Connor wrote:
> On Tue, 19 Apr 2005 17:06, Daniel O'Connor wrote:
>>On Tue, 19 Apr 2005 16:43, Rob wrote:
>>>Should I submit a patch here?
>>>Following patch works fine for me
>>>(be aware some lines are wrapped :[ )
>>I think a more correct solution would be to make a
>>'random' rc.d script
>>which sshd depends on (and others if they're found
>>to need it)
> Heh actually now that I look.. there IS a random
> script already..
> [inchoate 17:08] /etc/rc.d >diff -u sshd.orig sshd
> --- sshd.orig Tue Apr 19 17:07:52 2005
> +++ sshd Tue Apr 19 17:07:59 2005
> @@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
> # PROVIDE: sshd
> -# REQUIRE: LOGIN cleanvar
> +# REQUIRE: LOGIN cleanvar random
> . /etc/rc.subr
Either I don't understand this, or it is not working
I am using 5-Stable, not Current, so the 'cleanvar'
is not there. So in /etc/rc.d/sshd I have this line:
# REQUIRE: LOGIN random
I then do:
But the random script is not executed. I have added
a echo statement in the random_start() function,
but nothing is printed out.
It seems that random is not started at all when sshd
Or do I misunderstand something here?
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