Thu, 3 Apr 1997 10:25:56 +0200

Hi All,

I don't know whether this is the right area to put this story, so I'm sorry
if not... Could you then point me to the correct place?

Recently I updated bash to bash-2.0. Since that action (I think), when I
boot the system (SlackWare 2.0.28), I get the following message during boot:

starting daemons: syslogd/etc/rc.d/rc.M: line 29: 38 Interrupt ${NET}/syslogd

This line 29 in rc.M contains the 'fi' statement from

if [ -x /etc/rc.d/rc.cdrom ]; then
. /etc/rc.d/rc.cdrom
fi <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< this is line 29

Why the space between `.' and `/etc/rc.d/rc.cdrom'?
My cdrom works properly and `top' shows a syslogd...

My `/etc/syslog.conf' is empty, that is, all the lines start with `#'.
`rc.cdrom' does not contain `${NET}', neither does `/etc/rc.d/rc.M'.

Some questions:
- what can be wrong?
- is it unhealthy to my system?
- how to solve it?

Thanks in advance for your attention...

Vriendelijke groeten/Best regards,

Ivo Naninck \|||||/
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