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How do I start a service after the network is up?
In my case, squid is started before DHCP has written a new /etc/resolv.conf which results in odd errors (timeouts, 504 Gateway) when I try to load a page in the web browser. As I see it, the correct ...
Mar 26 '12 at 12:05
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