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Is there a way to start services in the background during boot up?
03-08-2013, 06:46 PM
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RE: Is there a way to start services in the background during boot up?
(03-08-2013 10:11 AM)tavvva Wrote:  Please, update delitools to 0.8.1.16-1 and repeat the network configuration ...
That should regenerate your rc script to timeout in 10 seconds instead of 2 minutes ...

... and of course ... let me know about the result
Hi Tavvva,
Thanks for doing that--I asked because I wasn't sure if you had already implemented a fix Big Grin

I tried it on two setups and it works fine. If I boot without a network card inserted I can't even tell there is any timeout at all. When I later insert a network card, I can easily connect by manually bringing up the interface, etc.
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