Thanks Xandros. That was it. I had /etc/rc2.d/S50dbus. I chaned it to
12, and now it works.
On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 10:17 AM, Xandros
Pilosa<[email protected]> wrote:
> Dragan Vidovic pravi:
>> Hi all
>> I turned off dbus service from Gnome administration tool. The system
>> crashed. After that I turned it on, but it seems that this operation
>> has messed up the sysv init scripts. I get a warning during a boot
>> that dbus is not started (some other service needs it). When it boots,
>> dbus is started, but many other things are not - networking for
>> example, or hal. My question is how can I fix these init scripts.
>> Thanks in advance
> Maybe I am shooting in the dark here, but I would check sequence points
> for dbus in runlevel directories.
> Here (Hardy 8.04) I have:
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