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Old 03-16-2011, 10:58 AM   #16
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I'm no expert on the new insserv boot process for Debian, but I had to play around with it a bit the other day to get a few things working. To me, it looks like there's some sort of boot order inconsistency. If you look at the files in /etc/init.d for bootlogd (or maybe stop-bootlogd) and rdate, you may find the problem. Basically the new insserv process allows you to specify what things need to boot up before other things in the header of the script in /etc/init.d. Once you resolve the boot order problem, you run insserv servicename and it updates the boot script order for you. See this and this.
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