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Old 06-28-2004, 12:14 PM   #1
Wynd
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dhcpcd starting twice


Recently I upgraded to slackware-current using swaret. Now, whenever I boot up, there are two instances of dhcpcd trying to configure my eth0. If I want to be able to access the internet, I have to killall dhcpcd and re-run rc.inet1. I have looked in the /etc/rc.d directory and I can't find anything that would cause this. The only dhcpcd statements I can find in /etc/rc.d are in rc.0 and rc.6 which kill it, and rc.inet1 that starts it (once) for eth0.

Is there something I'm overlooking?
 
  


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