I wrote yesterday that I washaving a problem with random missing services
at boot time. the answer was summarized best by Ian MacPhedran
(firstname.lastname@example.org) who wrote:
> Check to make sure that there are no blank lines in your /etc/services
> This is the most common cause of this problem
I also apologize, as I now remember seeing this awhile back, it just didn't
register. But judging from the number of "me too's", I am not the only one.
Please add this to the FAQ file.
Mark Holm email@example.com -or-
P.O. Box 1669 Phone (503)626-9700
Beaverton, Oregon 97075-1669 Fax (503)643-3361
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