file /usr/src/etc/rc.d/network is not installed

Scott Robbins scottro at
Sun Mar 27 15:41:18 PST 2005

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On Sun, Mar 27, 2005 at 08:56:52PM +0200, Martin Jakob wrote:
> Hi Max,
> thanks for your answer.
> > > my network reconfiguration demands. Yet, bravely copying it to /etc/rc.d
> > > and executing it, does not work. It produces warnings like:
> > > WARNING: $flushroutes is not set properly - see rc.conf(5). or
> > > WARNING: $auto_ifconfig is not set properly - see rc.conf(5)
> > > and the default route is not set.
> > > (yeah, i read rc.conf as advised, but i still have no clue where to set
> > > this variables).

No, they aren't really mentioned there.  After seeing your first post, I
played with it as well.  

I had to google for it, seems to be more of a NetBSD thang.  :)

I also got an error about rtsol.  Both seem to be ipv6 things.  The
rtsol was mentioned in the NetBSD man rc.conf.  

So, anyway, you're not alone.  :)

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