I have a problem. The wifi-radar daemon fail in reboot or turn off the system. What it can be?
The wifi-radar daemon merely starts the wireless network connection. It doesn't stay running as a process. Therefore, when init tries to kill it at reboot or shutdown, and there is no process to kill, it says it fails. Nothing to worry about.
Ok... the daemon script is:
... stop) stat_busy "Stopping WiFi Radar Daemon" [ ! -z "$PID" ] && kill $PID &> /dev/null if [ $? -gt 0 ]; then stat_fail else rm_daemon wifi-radar stat_done fi ;; ...
the CORRECT code is:
... stop) stat_busy "Stopping WiFi Radar Daemon" rm_daemon wifi-radar stat_done ;; ...