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Re: [ezjail] questions about ezjail flavour



Am Mon, 2 Sep 2013 01:50:02 +0000
schrieb John Ratliff <John.Ratliff AT smithville DOT net>:

> I am confused about the ezjail.flavour rc.d file.
> 
> The man page in the flavour section says this:
> 
> | In addition, the jail is configured so that on its first boot, the
> file ezjail.flavour is executed.
> 
> I took this to mean that I need to have a file ezjail.flavour (which
> I got by renaming ezjail.flavour.example and editing it) and that the
> first time the jail was started, it would use this file to configure
> the jail. It would not run the file on subsequent boots.

It doesn't.
(If handled correctly) 

> However, it appears that this ezjail.flavour file is being run every
> time the jail is started. I do not wish to reconfigure my jail every
> time it starts, so I assume I am doing something wrong.
> 
> Should I rename the ezjail.flavour.example in the
> flavours/name/etc/rc.d directory to be ezjail.flavour? How should
> this file be named?
> 
> If it should be renamed as ezjail.flavour (as I currently believe),
> does that mean I need to modify the line that removes the file?
> Should I change rm -f "/etc/rc.d/ezjail.flavour.example" to "rm
> -f /etc/rc.d/ezjail.flavour"?


That line and the name of the file should match.

That's it.