I installed some updates on Debian Squeeze this morning. Among them was something called "dependency based boot". However the process of setting that up fails with
Configuring sysv-rc ├────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┐
│ Unable to migrate to dependency based boot system │
│ Tests have determined that problems in the boot system exist which prevent migration to dependency based boot sequencing. It is recommended to migrate for the following │
│ reasons: │
│ * the order of boot and shutdown is calculated dynamically, using │
│ dependency information declared within each init.d script, which │
│ ensures optimum and correct boot sequence for the set of installed │
│ packages │
│ * protection against problems introduced by new or upgraded packages │
│ by preserving the boot sequence when problems are detected; the boot │
│ sequence is only modified if it is safe to do so │
│ If the reported problem is a local modification it needs to be fixed manually. If it's a bug in the package it should be reported to the BTS and fixed in the package. See │
│ http://wiki.debian.org/LSBInitScripts/D ... yBasedBoot for more information about how to fix the problems preventing migration. To reattempt the migration process after │
│ the problems have been fixed, run 'dpkg-reconfigure sysv-rc'. │
│ The following problems were detected: insserv: warning: script 'K20oss' missing LSB tags and overrides, insserv: warning: script 'oss' missing LSB tags and overrides,
1) Can I modify " K20oss" and "oss" to add "missing LSB tags and overrides"? If so what would I need to add?
2) Or would compiling and building a version of oss-linux from tesing solve this?
3) Has this sort of problem been solved already? I'm not sure what to search for.
Thanks for the input.