Re: Bug#2524: problems with base package
Carl V Streeter writes:
> Michael Meskes writes:
> > Could anyone please tell me why not? Where do you guys start programs like
> > hdparm or any other local configuration?
> Put a script in /etc/rc.boot. (eg, I have one called hdparm which does
> the hdparm setup)
I agree with that. But why can't we provide a file, let's say
/etc/rc.boot/local, as a place for the users to put their setups? I believe
that many people install Linux (and hopefully Debian) who are new to the
Unix world. It's much easier for them if there is an empty file
/etc/rc.boot/local, maybe with some comments inside, that they have to edit
than if they have to create it.
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