[OpenAFS] SuSe-RPMs

Jeffrey Hutzelman jhutz@cmu.edu
Thu, 27 Sep 2001 00:20:59 +0200 (CEST)

On 26 Sep 2001, Derek Atkins wrote:

> Hmm.  Perhaps.
> As a laptop owner, I like setting the runlevels as:
> 	2) standalone (no-network) text mode
> 	3) text-mode
> 	4) standalone (no-network) X mode
> 	5) X-mode

That's fine, but not what those runlevels normally mean.  The standard
interpretation of the difference between runlevels 2 and 3 is that
runlevel 3 includes network _services_ as well as clients.

As a laptop owner, I chkconfig AFS _off_, and start it from
/sbin/ifup-local when an ethernet interface is brought up.  In fact,
every RedHat machine in our facility uses this approach (or an appropriate
variant for older RHL versions).

-- Jeff