looking for netatalk install procedure
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Tue Apr 21 18:36:04 UTC 2009
Brian McKee wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 11:03 AM, Derek Broughton <derek at pointerstop.ca> wrote:
>> No, he's already installed netatalk - I suspect it's "invoke-rc.d" that's
>> missing (therefore a dependency bug in netatalk). I'm fairly sure that is
>> not part of the default install (package is sysv-rc).
> ==> aptitude show sysv-rc
> Package: sysv-rc
> State: installed
> Automatically installed: yes
> Version: 2.86.ds1-14.1ubuntu45.1
> Priority: required
> Section: base
> Looks like a normally installed file to me.
> It's not completing the install because starting the service is part
> of the install script.
> Starting the service is failing
>> Setting up netatalk (2.0.3-9) ...
>> Starting Netatalk services (this will take a while): nbp_rgstr:
>> Connection timed out
>> Can't register sffun:Workstation@*
>> invoke-rc.d: initscript netatalk, action "start" failed.
>> dpkg: error processing netatalk (--configure):
>> subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 1
>> Errors were encountered while processing:
> Is there a log file relating to atalk? That might give us more to work on.
> If I get a chance I'll install it on a box here and see what I get.
not sure where the atalk logs would appear?
noah at sffun:/var/log$ ls
apache2 btmp dmesg.0 exim4 lastlog mailman
apt daemon.log dmesg.1.gz faillog lpr.log
messages scrollkeeper.log syslog.4.gz
aptitude daemon.log.0 dmesg.2.gz fontconfig.log mail.err
messages.0 syslog udev
auth.log debug dmesg.3.gz fsck mail.info news
auth.log.0 debug.0 dmesg.4.gz kern.log mail.log
pure-ftpd syslog.1.gz wtmp
boot dmesg dpkg.log kern.log.0 mail.warn
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