[opensuse] Need help with systemd
- From: Lew Wolfgang <wolfgang@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 26 Feb 2012 19:53:49 -0800
On a fresh install of 64-bit 12.1 I decided to try sshguard instead of
the block-hosts package I've been using for years. sshguard was
installed from the security repository.
After fiddling with /etc/init.d/sshguard and /etc/sysconfig/sshguard I
managed to get it working. The big problem was the iptables entry
to allow ssh appeared before the sshguard entry.
But now it doesn't work on bootup. The changes sshguard makes to
iptables are overwritten by a subsequent process. If I run
"/etc/init.d/sshguard restart' after the system is up in runlevel 5
everything is fine.
So I need to figure out how to delay sshguard so that it appears later
in the boot sequence. Would it be as simple as changing the order
of the entries in /etc/init.d?
Does anyone know how to do this right in a default systemd system? I don't
want to experiment too much because the system is remote (Vancover)
and the KVM/IP thing doesn't work with SuSE. (that's a matter for a
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