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DHCP-server doesn't start at boot because of wrong startup order
Apparently the isc-dhcp-server is started too early in the boot sequence, it states that it has nothing to do. If I just log directly in as root and start it using the init.d-script, it starts ...
Aug 20 '11 at 23:42
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