[Babel-users] Running Babel at startup
dave.murray.murdoch at gmail.com
Fri Dec 4 05:31:34 UTC 2009
I am trying to get babel to start when my machines boot, however, I am
having some problems. I have found that babel works fine when I manually
start it after it has booted, but, If I use a script in /etc/init.d/ to
start it I find that babel runs but all it does is remove routes from the
kernel routing table. Just to be clear, I am using Voyage Linux which is a
deb/ubuntu deriviative with the 2.6.30-486 kernel. Has anyone previously had
a problem starting babel with an /etc/init.d/ script?
Thus far I have tried:
- Ensuring that the system is starting with a rw filesystem (beucase voyage
switches to a ro file system and it seems that babel needs a rw system)
- Using debug mode, but I do not see how I can use a debug mode when
starting the protocols at startup.
Can anyone suggest some things to try to uncover the problem?
Thanks for your time
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