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Re: start up command



Am Fr, den 24.12.2004 schrieb Jim um 16:33:

> i forgot where you put a command so when you boot up it runs for you. 
> could someone please remind me where it is?

> James Lawrence

Many tend to place such things into /etc/rc.d/rc.local. If its a simple
command and there is really no better, ok. But normally there should be
a more reasonable alternate. For services write your own init script. An
example is to be found in the /usr/share/doc/initscripts*/ directory.

Alexander


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