Local vs. Networked bootup

Local vs. Networked bootup

Post by Bill Yo » Tue, 02 Apr 1996 04:00:00



It seems that there is no easy way to tell Slackware weather to use
networking.

Here's how I solved this:

- modify lilo.conf so it has two linux bootup.  One with "append = 5"
  and one with "append = 3"

- modify rc.M to detect the runlevel and copy the appropriate password
  and group file into place

- modify rc.M to detect the runlevel and run rc.inet* if the runlevel
  is 5

If anyone else has another solution please let me know.  Mine is very
specific.

--
William York

 
 
 

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