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Aug
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awarded  Commentator
Aug
10
comment systemd waiting too long for network at Debian 8.0 Jessie's boot
Actually I had issues where multiple services like samba, bind or lighttpd don't wait for network to be ready and start right away causing interface binding issues...
Aug
9
comment Samba: Only works after manual restart
Samba tries to start before network is ready and then it can bind to the interfaces... Before systemd it looks like Samba was only started after the network was ready and everything worked fine. Right now it tries to start before causing issues to bind to the interfaces that aren't yet there...
Aug
9
comment Samba: Only works after manual restart
Here is the problem, this network issue where applications try to start and bind before the network is some new crap related to systemd on Debian 8.1, I have the exact same problem with lighttpd. The solution you're saying it's like adding a post-up it works but it's not the right way... thanks.
Aug
9
comment Samba: Only works after manual restart
Wouldn't this allow it to listen on all network interfaces?
Aug
8
comment Samba: Only works after manual restart
It's a SheevaPlug with a clean OS. Pi wasn't enough to handle things over here. We're 4 users, 2 use this for work related stuff.
Aug
8
comment Samba: Only works after manual restart
@lain You know this could happen on small company.
Aug
8
asked Samba: Only works after manual restart
Aug
5
awarded  Notable Question
May
24
comment Why doesn't monit like this syntax
I'm having the exact same issue here.
Sep
24
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Sep
23
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Sep
9
awarded  Scholar
Sep
9
accepted Auto-run script when Wifi card is plugged in (udev)
Sep
9
revised Auto-run script when Wifi card is plugged in (udev)
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Sep
9
comment Auto-run script when Wifi card is plugged in (udev)
RUN+="/bin/sh -c '/bin/echo test >> /test.txt'"works, but by some reason e got "test" written 8 times in the file. Seem like the command is being executed multiple times :S
Sep
9
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Sep
9
comment Auto-run script when Wifi card is plugged in (udev)
Check my edit ;)
Sep
9
revised Auto-run script when Wifi card is plugged in (udev)
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Sep
9
comment Auto-run script when Wifi card is plugged in (udev)
With or without the ! it's not working.