On Wed, 21 Oct 1998, Gary Jennejohn wrote:
> "Fam. van Achterberg" writes:
> >AFAI can tell, using the ps command, there is no daemon called isdnd running
> >from system startup. I normally don't log in as root, but a 'normal' user
> >and then use su to 'become' root. Should I log in as root to get isdnd
> I start it in /etc/rc.local, at the end of the file. Alternatively,
> you can log in as root and just invoke /etc/rc.isdn by hand.
Not willing to change rc.local everytime there is a new version i use a
/etc/start_if.ipr0 -> rc.isdn
which brings up isdnd in an early stage when the interface is ifconfig'ed.
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