Auto starting the daemon in redhat

Keith Warno kw at
Thu Nov 1 15:36:02 GMT 2001

> White with red background in redhat, by default, means it's a broken
> symbolic link (AKA "dangling link").  So the link was created incorrectly;
> the target (the "real" file, the smb script, that you are linking to) was
> probably specified incorrectly.

My wording in that paragraph up there and that paragraph down there
contradict each other.  Up there I called the "real" file the "target
file" and down there I refer to the same thing as the "source file".  It
may seem confusing; just read the ln man page.  :)

> When using ln you should get into the habbit of specifying the full path
> of the "real" file (the "source file") you are linking to.  For example:
> # ln -s /etc/rc.d/init.d/smb S30smb

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