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Start and enable FTL prior to running Gravity #1700

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WaLLy3K commented Sep 20, 2017

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Currently, performs the following:

  • Start dnsmasq
  • Enable dnsmasq on reboot
  • Start lighttpd
  • Enable lighttpd on reboot
  • Run
  • Start FTL
  • Enable FTL on reboot

In the potential event that Gravity fails (e.g: Internet is not available, or user hits Ctrl-C), the user is left with an installation where FTL is not active. This fix aims to resolve that by ensuring that runs after enabling FTL.


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PromoFaux commented Sep 21, 2017


@PromoFaux PromoFaux merged commit 4316b15 into development Sep 21, 2017

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@PromoFaux PromoFaux deleted the fix/start-ftl branch Sep 21, 2017

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