Subject: Re: /etc/rc.d/ scripts that depend on multiple rc configs
To: Nino Dehne <TeCeEm@gmx.de>
From: Luke Mewburn <lukem@NetBSD.org>
Date: 10/02/2003 13:12:53
On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 07:14:37PM +0200, Nino Dehne wrote:
| I worked around the problem by using one of 2 ways:
| 1. Modify /etc/rc.conf.d/ipnat to also contain ipfilter="YES"
| 2. Change the relevant check in /etc/rc.d/ipnat to:
| load_rc_config ipfilter
| if ! checkyesno ipfilter || [ ! -f /etc/ipf.conf ]; then
| echo "Enabling ipfilter for NAT."
| /sbin/ipf -E -Fa
| I chose step 1 to be independant from modifying essential startup
| scripts. I haven't rebooted since then. All of the above I gathered from
| reading through rc scripts, i.e. it's not tested.
Step 2 (or a varient) is probably the correct solution for rc.d/ipnat
and other similar scripts.
Can you please submit a PR for this problem so I don't forget about