ntpd startup too early + hangs

Jeff Pitman symbiont at berlios.de
Wed Feb 2 18:02:24 UTC 2005

On Thursday 03 February 2005 01:31, Dan Williams wrote:
> Remember though, that just because NetworkManager has started doesn't
> mean that you have an actual network connection, same as we've been
> discussing, where you start up with the cable unplugged and the
> 'network' script times out.  So even if NetworkManager was started,
> the daemons that depend on "network" would _still_ need to be aware
> of whether or not there's a connection.

Crazy idea: shut off all the daemons that need network (from normal init 
processing) and then only spawn them when appropriate from 


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