dhcp - fresh start

Larry Lawrence llawre_ at excite.com
Sun Apr 7 12:04:22 PDT 2002

"Oliver Brakmann" <obrakmann at gmx.net> wrote in message > The problem,
however, is that the dhcpcd daemon gets killed by
> 'sendsignals stop' /before/ 'network stop' is called, so the
> network script fails.
> How do you cope with that?
> Bye,
> Oliver

I think the answer is to ignore it.  No harm, no foul, just not perfect.
The key is that the pid file for the dhcp client is being destroyed,
unfortunately by sendsignals, not network.  The result is an ATTN when
network stop runs.  It's not a failure, just a warning that you tried to
stop something that was not running.

If you must clean it up, mv K80network to K49network in run levels 0 and
6 and you should get a clean exit.


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