Just wondering how to start FS at boot. I've read the docs, tried adding 'firestarter' to rc.conf and adding 'firestarter &' or '/etc/rc.d/firestarter start' to /etc/rc.local'.
Nothing seems to work. The rc.d script works if I do '/etc/rc.d/firestarter start' but the daemon will not start via rc.conf.
I'm stuck.... help?
if /etc/rc.d/firestarter start works then firestarter in rc.conf daemons should work UNLESS the daemon requires something that is not started yet when the DAEMONS array is started. My guess would be that one of these is not fulfilled:
FS_CONTROL="/opt/gnome/etc/firestarter/firestarter.sh" if ! [ -f $FS_CONTROL ] ; then echo "Please run firestarter executable first manually as root to configure it initially" echo "You'll have to do that as root in a root console from in an X env" fi [ -x /opt/gnome/bin/firestarter ] || exit 0 [ -x $FS_CONTROL ] || exit 0 [ -s /opt/gnome/etc/firestarter/configuration ] || exit 0
I know that aroo Tried it.
Thanks to Mr. Green pointing me to a rather obvious bit of documentation that says the network has to be started first... oops!
Makes sense I suppose. It appears to be working now, I get a startup message, but ps -ax doesn't show firestarter - why is that?
OK smarty pants
//Strokes dibbles ego
wow, this firewall app seems rather nice !! Been looking for something graphical to aid in firewall building (i usually does this with my scripts...but this looks interesting)
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Kernel 2.6.14-archck1 (selfcompiled)