Package gps-0.8.1-10 causes errors on startup and on shutdown because:
(1) /etc/init.d/rgpsp has a typo (tries to return '?$' instead of '$?')
(2) on startup, gps launches subsystem rgpsp_linux instead of just rgpsp
(1) edit /etc/init.d/rgpsp to return '$?'
(2) ln -s rgpsp_linux /etc/init.d/rgpsp
The Red Hat gnome-utils package does not come with gps - you must have either
downloaded it and installed, or gotten your gnome-utils from another source
(Helix?). You may send a bug report to the maintainer of Gps at:
While this did not come with RedHat 7.0, it is distributed with Red Hat 7.0
Name : gps Relocations: (not relocateable)
Version : 0.8.1 Vendor: Red Hat, Inc.
Release : 10 Build Date: Fri Jul 28 18:06:54 2000
Install date: Sun Jan 21 22:13:48 2001 Build Host: porky.devel.redhat.com
Group : Applications/System Source RPM: gps-0.8.1-10.src.rpm
Size : 323235 License: GPL
Packager : Red Hat, Inc. <http://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla>
URL : http://www.dcc.unicamp.br/~guazzibe/gPS/
Summary : A graphical system process monitor.
Suggested fix (2) above should read
ln -s rgpsp /etc/init.d/rgpsp_linux
Ah - powertools. My apologies, you are correct. Assigning.
FWIW, problem #1 was fixed(it's in rawhide). For problem #2 I am going to rename
rgpsp to rgpsp_linux to avoid having symlinks in /etc/init.d.
You should see the updated package in rawhide the next time rawhide is updated
with both of these fixes.