[aclug-L] Re: Getting by with a little help from my friends...
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Who owns the file (owner,group)?
What are the file permissions?
Making both of those things the same as everything else that executes at
startup would be the first thing I would look at. But I don't run Suse
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On Thu, Sep 26, 2002 at 08:06:06AM -0500, Matt Pankratz wrote:
> Anyone able to offer some suggestions to a friend's quandry below? (Much
> Hey Matt,
> I'm happily running SuSE 8.0. whoohoo! suse rocks.
> However, I have a little problem, and as my Madison LUG server seems to
> be blowing chunks, I thought I'd hit you up for a little advice.
> Here's the thing: With my cable modem service I need to establish a VPN
> connection to the university. I can do this just fine. However, I want
> to automate the process, so I wrote a tiny little script to run the two
> /sbin/route commands and the pptp client command. My script consists of
> the following:
> /sbin/route add -host 184.108.40.206 gw 10.44.124.1 dev eth0
> /sbin/route del default
> /usr/bin/pptp doit-cable name soisaac_3
> exit 0
> I put the script in /etc/init.d, and made a symbolic link to it from
> /etc/init.d/rc5.d (naming the link S12pptp-connect). I reboot, and the
> system seems not to have executed it. There's no entry of it in the
> boot log. Would you have any inkling what's going on? The script
> works--if I type "sh /etc/init.d/pptp-connect" in the terminal (as
> root). ??? Is there something wrong with the name of my link, that it
> doesn't get run?
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