[Bug 409805] Re: remote-tty won't start correctly after the reboot: /var/run/remote-tty doesn't' exists
jeanbaptiste.lallement at gmail.com
Wed Jun 23 21:33:05 BST 2010
increasing priority to high because the package is unusable.
** Changed in: remote-tty (Ubuntu)
Importance: Medium => High
remote-tty won't start correctly after the reboot: /var/run/remote-tty doesn't' exists
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Status in “remote-tty” package in Ubuntu: Triaged
Binary package hint: remote-tty
This package has a few bugs in the startup script, /etc/init.d/remote-tty.
Ubuntu 8.04 uses an "==" instead of "=" in a test. On 9.04 before running
startsrv, you need to add:
mkdir -p /var/run/remote-tty/sock
mkdir -p /var/run/remote-tty/pid
chown -R rttymgr:rttymgr /var/run/remote-tty
You don't just after package installation, but /var/run is cleared on reboot.
1. install remote-tty
2. check that the following directories exist
3. Reboot your computer
4. check that the following directories exist
- The directories exist
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