Changeset 3327


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Timestamp:
Dec 3, 2014, 9:57:24 PM (4 years ago)
Author:
bruno
Message:

Backports from 3.2:

  • Launch start-netfs when a network conf is detected in the conf file to avoid an error later on in automatic mode
  • Improve description of -k option of mondoarchive and give an example
Location:
branches/3.0
Files:
2 edited

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  • branches/3.0/mindi/rootfs/etc/init.d/rcS

    r3321 r3327  
    965965    LogIt "Warning - /tmp/mondo-restore.cfg not found"
    966966fi
    967 if [ "`grep -i pxe /proc/cmdline`" ] || [ "`grep -i net /proc/cmdline`" ]; then
     967if [ "`grep -i pxe /proc/cmdline`" ] || [ "`grep -i net /proc/cmdline`" ] || [ "`grep 'netfs-proto ' /tmp/mondo-restore.cfg`" ]; then
    968968    # We need to get here exported variables from start-netfs
    969969    . /sbin/start-netfs
     
    990990    HandleCDROM
    991991    ExtractDataDisksAndLoadModules
    992     # We need to get here exported variables from start-netfs
    993     . /sbin/start-netfs
    994992fi
    995993res=$?
  • branches/3.0/mondo-doc/mondoarchive.8

    r3155 r3327  
    223223.TP
    224224.BI "\-k " "path"
    225 Path of user's kernel. If you are a Debian (<3.0) or Gentoo (<1.4) user then specify
     225Full path name of the kernel to use. Generally your native kernel should be
     226found and work appropriately. Otherwise, you may use this option to point to
     227another one. E.g. '\-k /boot/myvmlinuz'.
     228If you are a Debian (<3.0) or Gentoo (<1.4) user then specify
    226229.B \-k FAILSAFE
    227230as your kernel. Otherwise, you will rarely need this option.
     
    304307that afio is not free enough due to its age and old licenses (wrongly in our
    305308opinion). Star can be used to have a better support of sparse file compared to
    306 afio. Also star supports natively POSIX ACLs, where as afio requires a special
     309afio. Also star supports natively POSIX ACLs, whereas afio requires a special
    307310additional handlling.
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