Joined: 12 Jan 2013
|Posted: Sat Dec 21, 2013 10:31 pm Post subject: Fsck.up in init.d-net provides firewalld/sshd depends on net
I set up a fresh Gentoo on my raspi rev. B,
I used this stage3 layout: stage3-armv6j_hardfp-20131128.tar.bz2
It boots up normally, but I have several problems with some files in /etc/init.d/
First of it´s all the config file /etc/conf.d/net(.example) is missing.
edit: yea, now I know, the .example is now in /usr/share/doc/netifrc. seriously...
After I made that file net.eth0 starts up normally, but comes up with the following:
From emerge -s "A firewall daemon with D-BUS interface providing a dynamic firewall"
Why should I install this? Who wants that?!
I did a
|grep -ri firewalld /etc/ |
which counts 0 matches. Where come this from? That is ridiculous! Openrc is laggy and hard to maintain. I could list several points like the mysterious firewalld thing! Like bootup fails when something is going wrong with the clock. Wow, 5k lines of code in init.d and all you got is a bootfail before openrc starts ssh or your Keyboard, just fine! Why is this such a horrible giant bunch of crap? Keep it simple, stupid!)
Sorry, but the last 12 hours pissed me off!
I tried to start /etc/init.d/sshd, but it says it depends on net.
But net.lo and net.eth0 is running!
I did by the way a rc-update add net.eth0 boot, but it doesnt start at boot.
I throwed out "need net" from /etc/init.d/sshd-> nothing changed
I put "provide net" in net.eth0 and net.lo -> nothing changed
I activated rc_depend_strict="YES" in rc.conf -> nothing changed
What is going on here?!
edit: however, this fixed the net.eth0 an sshd thing: https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-p-7248538.html
|rm net.etho;cp net.lo net.eth0 |
But can someone explain that?! Just normal udev crap? Or is this normal from now on?
And net.eth0 still belongs to firewalld. Whats the point of that?