rod at sunsetsystems.com
Sun Mar 17 13:08:49 PST 2002
On Sunday 17 March 2002 01:07 pm, Hans-Christian Armingeon wrote:
> Am Sonntag, 17. März 2002 18:41 schrieb Rod Roark:
> > Any more details would be helpful. Do you recall which config files
> > you changed?
> > Webmin does want to know at installation time which distribution is
> > installed... surely it must make a difference somewhere! :-)
> The distribution decision is only needed, that webmin knows, where the
> configfiles are.
Yes of course. I'm mostly interested in the layout of /etc/sysconfig
and the bootscripts, as these are highly distribution-specific. For
example my Mandrake 8.0 file that describes eth0 is named
/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 and contains:
and some other stuff, whereas the corresponding LFS 3.2 file is named
/etc/sysconfig/network-devices/ifconfig.eth0 and contains:
As you can see, there are significant differences in directory layout,
file names and file contents.
Let me ask my question in a different way. Is there some major
distribution that LFS is modeled after, regarding the structure
of /etc/sysconfig and the bootscripts?
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