what runlevel are you starting up your linux box ? If it is runlevel != 3 you have to manually add the mentioned init scripts to the approriate rcX.d directory. I belive the problem is documented in the release notes to 18.104.22.168 .
To find out what runleve your system is after booting type the “runlevel” command in a shell.
Linking the runleve scripts is done the following way (as root do):
cd /etc/rcX.d # where X is the runlevel ie. 5
ln -s …/init.d/sagargev ./S59sagargev
ln -s …/init.d/sagarg ./S60sagarg
ln -s …/init.d/sagargml ./S61sagargml
ln -s …/init.d/sagxts ./S64sagxts
# and in order to ensure daemons will shutdown on halt do
ln -s …/init.d/sagxts ./K36sagxts
ln -s …/init.d/sagargml ./K39sagargml
ln -s …/init.d/sagarg ./K40sagarg
ln -s …/init.d/sagargev ./K41sagargev
hope that helps …
cheers … Bjoern