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Description of problem:
Following README in hotplug-2002_04_01, executed /sbin/chkconfig --add hotplug.
Message received, " service hotplug does not support chkconfig." Examiation of
hotplug script (living in /etc/rc.d/init.d) shows no entry for chkconfig. e.g.
smb script contains line:
# chkconfig: - 91 35. No such line in hotplug script. Therefore, cannot add it
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Execute command (5) in hotplug README re: chkconfig
2.Observe error message
Actual Results: Cannot add hotplug to services via chkconfig
Expected Results: Should be able to add hotplug to services
We don't use their initscript. We initialize things ourselves in rc.sysinit. No
chkconfig needed, no such script used.
Checked /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit and do in fact find hotplug reference. Yet,
hotplug not working on this machine. Install is stock 7.3 upgrade from 7.2, in
turn from 6.0 on up.
It's is known to work well in general.
What doesn't work for you?
It works. I had a bad entry in my /etc/modules.conf file. See Gordon Messmer's
note back to me on the Red Hat list this afternoon. My bad. Sorry.