Date: 22-11-06 13:04
> See the thing is, qmail is not even installed, so the script
> obviously fails to run properly.
If qmail is not installed, remove the script.
> Furthermore, it's not even in
> my rc.conf file. I cannot even tell why it tries to run it.
It tries to run it because /usr/local/etc/rc.d contains the qmail. NOTE, a script must be RC compliant in order to take notice of _enable entries in /etc/rc.conf. Your qmail script may not be so.
> Postfix does not start without me running the postfix script.
I apologise. Yes, I have a postfix startup script too, and yes you need it. Sorry.
> I enabled rc_debug in rc.conf, hoping that something would be
> written to the logs, and there was
> one line that caught my eye was
> Nov 22 07:34:05 cs root: /etc/rc: INFO: checkyesno:
> enable_quotas is set to NO.
> whereas I had quota_enable="YES" in my rc.conf file.
Those two differ. I suggest checking all entries in /etc/rc.conf and see if there is a corresponding entry in /etc/default/rc.conf. Perhaps you have copy/pasted from the previous version of FreeBSD. Ignore the _enable setting when doing this compare.
> here is all the output from rc in the logs
> What's going wrong. I don't see any errors per se. And it does
> not even look like it is trying to run apache or samba.
I have no idea what is going on.
Please, let us concentrate on one app at a time. Let's go for Apache. Work on that one.