changing boot sequence

andri at andri at
Sat Nov 29 15:42:02 PST 2003

> My numbering system is based on trial and error, and as I said, it works
> for me.
Yes I know but don't you find it just a little wierd that the two
processes seem to run together even though the pcmcia links number is 1
and the networks is 99? Also I didn't notice any network script in your
rc, how do you set up your net?
> There is s way to do this.  I tried to make all my network
> (ssh,samba,nfs etc) scripts dependent on pcmcia startup, but it came to
> grief.  Maybe I was aiming too high.  I'm at the moment deciding whether
> to use ifplugd or laptop-net. But enough of my problems.
> The following is an excerpt from /etc/pcmcia/network.opts
>     # Extra stuff to do after setting up the interface
>     start_fn () { return; }
>     # Extra stuff to do before shutting down the interface
>     stop_fn () { return; }
> Try putting /etc/rc.d/init.d/network start (or whatever) in start_fn
> and the stop equivalent in stop_fn.  See if that works for you.
Thnx I'll try this.

Best regards
 Andri Mar Jónsson

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