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|0005632: unique glitch in gnunet-arm or rc.d? config parsing, environment decides when a valid config file is invalid?
|So I have an rc.d init script for gnunet. I'm still testing and improving it.
As the pkgsrc package it's still not ready for prime time usage (the init
script more than the package).
The gnunet init script runs after LOGIN and after NETWORK and DAEMON.
When I have the init script activated to launch automatically, I keep getting
this weird warning from gnunet-arm that it can not parse the config file (will append
a picture from my phone later as I'm not logging the gnunet rc.d so far).
gnunet-arm stops, and the gnunet rc.d service does not start.
Once I'm logged in on tty I can start it.
Upon system shutdown (or reboot, or any reboot action which stops services),
I get the same error.
Now since I'm not sure if it's my rc.d script I am not sure if I have something
here which is unique to the environment rc.d has prior to being logged in
or if it's something we can fix in gnunet and test for.
My rc.d script is located in the files folder here:
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|FYI, I haven't tested this on 0.11.5. The problem still applies. Even if you don't know netbsd rc scripts or pkgsrc, it should be possible to debug my mistakes here: https://wip.pkgsrc.org/cgi-bin/gitweb.cgi?p=pkgsrc-wip.git;a=tree;f=gnunet