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Re: [Ltib] [LTIB] Modifying rc.local

From: Peter Barada
Subject: Re: [Ltib] [LTIB] Modifying rc.local
Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2012 15:46:59 -0400
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On 03/19/2012 03:20 PM, Douglas Peterson wrote:
> I've been having trouble modifying rc.local for our system.
> The problem is that changes to rc.local don't 'stick'.
> Originally I was using the merge directory and this worked.. sometimes. I 
> usually wiped the entire rootfs prior to running LTIB as this guaranteed the 
> rootfs would contain the one in our merge directory.
> We recently moved all of our /etc/rc.d changes from the merge method to a 
> Skell package patch. I figured that would fix the rc.local stickiness issue, 
> but it doesn't.
> Somehow a rogue copy of rc.local gets injected into the rootfs. Where is this 
> coming from?
Once you have it built, (and your changes to etc/rc.d/rc.local got wiped
out), you can:

/opt/ltib/usr/bin/rpm --root `pwd`/rootfs --dbpath /var/lib/rpm/ -qf

To find out which package "owns" it.  I'll be its owned by the skell

Peter Barada

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