Subject: 1.5_ALPHA2 /etc/rc.d/ipnat fails -- /usr not yet mounted
To: None <>
From: Ingolf Koch <>
List: current-users
Date: 08/21/2000 22:50:36

on an 1.5_ALPHA2 386 system, /etc/rc.d/ipnat fails at startup
as /usr is not yet mounted:

Both /etc/fstab.[sw]d have a separate entry for /usr, so I
expect, this is the default configuration (I have not
checked sysinst...); but rc.conf lists only "/var" in the
(default) critical_filesystems_beforenet.

As ipnat is in /usr/sbin and /etc/rc.d/ipnat does not
(and IMO should not) require mountcritremote, /etc/rc.d/ipnat
complains about missing /usr/sbin/ipnat.

Yes, I know, I can add /usr to critical_filesystems_beforenet
(and I have done so). But the current default settings are
somewhat inconsistent.


Ingolf Koch     ICQ#60829470     Beste Kneipe in Jena-Ost
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