Ubuntu Servers :: Server 10.04 Does Not Start Init.d Scripts?

May 17, 2010

I have two ubuntu servers. I have upgraded them to 10.04. Now I have serious problems at startup: iscsitarget and heartbeat scripts do not start all the times I reboot.I have installed monit to try to start iscsitarget and heartbeat and guess what? It does not start too at boot.In one of the two server sometimes it also starts with ethernet cards swapped.

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Code:
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3)[URL] doesn't work.

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1. Help me get privoxy to auto-start during init

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[code]....

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Code:
CPU: Intel Celeron Processor 1.20GHz (w/256KB)
Operating System: Genuine Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Chipset: Intel 810e chipset

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Code:

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Code:
sda:
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