Re: How boot scripts?
On Mon, Apr 30, 2001 at 11:36:51AM +0600, V.Suresh wrote:
> I want to do the following things during boot up:
> 1. insmod -f <a modem module>
> 2. setfont </path/to/consolefont/>
> I Understand that I have to write a script. Okay, written. The script
> executes fine. Now where do I put the script, and how do I make
> it run during bootup?
For this kind of script, it shall be started in rcS.d and actual script
located in init.d. see man update-rc.d. But debian already has script.
So you need to feed information to them.
For your first problem, debian can deal it much simply. Add these
module names listed in /etc/modules. That all you need to do.
For 2nd item, consle-screen.h in /etc/init.d looks like one to start
looking for answer. /etc/console-tools/config seems to be one to edit.
(This, I have never done it, but script looks so.)
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