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Re: route6d is in /usr/sbin, doesn't start on boot
On Thu, 18 Aug 2011, Greg Troxel wrote:
It turns out that mountcritremote depends on NETWORKING which
depends on route6d. Unfortunately there really is a cycle in
So, options are:
The 3rd option essentially splits NETWORKING into
NETWORKING_BASIC and NETWORKING_ROUTING. It seems crazy to nfs
mount /usr across a router, so this seems ok to me.
Yes, this makes sense. I'd probably keep the name "NETWORKING"
for the second stage, and include static routes in the new
"NETWORKING_BASIC" stage, so people who really want network mounts
across a router can get there using static routes.
But, if putting route6d in /sbin is the right answer, that's
fine. (And if someone who has better install-set-rearranging-fu
than me wants to, that would be even better.)
routed is in /sbin, so it probably makes sense to put route6d
--apb (Alan Barrett)
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