insserv: Starting 'something' depends on stop-bootlogd and therefore on system facility $all
Mitchell Laks wrote:
Hi i have a script in /etc/init.d/ctnscript
with a symlink
when i tried to install gpm then i got a series of errors
insserv: Starting ctnscript depends on stop-bootlogd and therefore on system facility `$all' which can not be true!
repeated over and over
now clearly something has started scanning /etc/init.d
for private scripts and it
does not like this script and it borks my apt-get.
i removed it from there and and all worked.
i would like to leave it there.
What to do?
I also now have warnings from inserv about other scripts such as
inserv: warning: script 'S54whatever' missing LSB tags and overrides.
how to fix that?
Your LSB tags, the headers to the scripts, are wrong. I am running Lenny
so that hasn' t gotten to insserv yet, but maybe 'man insserv' will
This explains the errors that you got:
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