Postinstallation - Cron <root@main> run-parts --report /etc/cron.daily

Postinstallation - Cron <root@main> run-parts --report /etc/cron.daily

Post by Arcady Genki » Sun, 11 Apr 1999 04:00:00

Hi all:
I've been receiving the following message from Cron:

Quote:> /etc/cron.daily/cfengine:
> cf:main:/etc/cfengine/cfengine.conf:26: parse error
> cfengine:main::26: Warning: actionsequence is empty
> cfengine:main::26: Warning: perhaps cfengine.conf has not yet been set up?
> cfengine:main::Execution terminated after parsing due to errors in program
> /etc/cron.daily/suidmanager:
> File /usr/lib/emacs/20.3/i386-debian-linux-gnu/movemail registered
> but not installed
> File /usr/lib/emacs/19.34/i386-debian-linux/movemail registered but
> not installed

Where do I read about post-installation procedures?
What do I do about the last 2 messages? This is funny because I've
uninstalled emacs 19.34, and now have only Xemacs 20.4 installed...

I have also been getting this every six minutes or so:

Quote:> /usr/sbin/fetchipac: Cant read "/var/run/ip-accounting-rules" -
> ipacset not run?

Whereas running ipacset results in the following:
/usr/sbin/ipacset: cant read "/proc/net/ip_acct" - exit

I suspect that I have tons of daemons running that I don't need... How
do I disable them? I'm somewhat confused about the procedures for
editing init sequence.


Arcady Genkin
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