Linux startup script

Eric Jensen eric at emstraffic.com
Mon Apr 4 15:21:36 MDT 2005


Slackware (what I usually use for servers) has that rc.local but Ubuntu 
and Suse do not.  All I have is rc0-6.d and rcS.d.

Eric

Jeff Schroeder wrote:

>Eric wrote:
>
>  
>
>>To run the script you just type
>>/usr/local/bin/simpserver in a terminal.  In Ubuntu I tried just
>>created a simbolic link to that file in the rc.5 as SS99simpserver,
>>but it didn't seem to work.
>>    
>>
>
>I don't know about Ubuntu, but many distros have a "local" script that's 
>run after everything else.  It's usually /etc/rc.d/rc.local.  You can 
>just add the shell command above in that script, and you'll be set.
>
>Of course, as with many things Linux, there are at least a dozen ways to 
>do this. :)
>
>HTH,
>Jeff
>  
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