I guess this belongs here since i’m trying to get elasticsearch to start at boot. I get the following error when trying to enable elasticsearch. It starts without issue.
# systemctl enable elasticsearch.service
Synchronizing state of elasticsearch.service with SysV service script with /usr/lib/systemd/systemd-sysv-install.
Executing: /usr/lib/systemd/systemd-sysv-install enable elasticsearch
ln -sf ../elasticsearch /etc/init.d/rc2.d/S50elasticsearch
ln: failed to create symbolic link '/etc/init.d/rc2.d/S50elasticsearch': No such file or directory
It’s the latest stable version. I had installed version 8.2 at first, but it was incompatible with nextcloud, so I had to purge that install and start over. I don’t know if the problem is related.
It seems that this product is not from the standard openSUSE OSS repo.
It tries to use /etc/init.d/rc2.d which directory belongs to the old SystemV ways of doing (as the message also says). but in openSUSE that directory is no longer in use and most probably not available anymore.
In other words, your product is not up-to-date with the systemd way of working as used in openSUSE.
Maybe when you create that directory (as root of course), it might do something, but that then will of course be no guarantee for working in the future. It is then more a sort of by-pass.
This is the problem in Chromium - there is no line break after the very first line when you paste text. One must always manually add it in the correct place. So basically with Chromium it is impossible to paste multiple lines verbatim.