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Description of problem:
The "lisa" init script is not "added" with chkconfig when installed. The lisa
init script is missing from the "Service Configuration" app unless "chkconfig
--add lisa" is ran.
The /etc/lisarc file is not customized to the user environment until the Lan
browsing wizard under the kcontrol panel is followed through, and a root
password is given to edit the /etc/lisarc file. Then the dialog box reminds you
that lisa won't work until the init script is started. By default the lisa init
script is always started when added to chkconfig:
# chkconfig: 2345 92 36
# description: LISa is a small daemon which is intended to run on \
Maybe it should be:
# chkconfig: - 92 36
until reminded to start it? With the first change it would be easy to start at
boot (if it shows up in Service Configuration app).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Look in the Service Configuration app for "lisa"
Actual Results: not found
Expected Results: to be there- preferably not starting under any runlevel... ?
it's fixed in 3.1-2