On Fri, Sep 22, 2000 at 08:07:46PM +0200, Svante Signell wrote:
> Probably this question has been asked before, but anyway:
> Where to put local entries for boot? In which order, and which
> configuration files are incorporated in the boot process?
/etc/rc.boot - that is, if you mean for your local system. Packages
should use /etc/rcS.d, but the last time it came up we all agreed that
/etc/rc.boot should be local sysadmin territory. Put a script in there
and it will be run. I believe the order is processed in ascending ASCII
order intentionally, so plan accordingly if you need something to happen
first and something else to happen later. This may be a side-effect of
ext2, but I don't believe so.
Joseph Carter <firstname.lastname@example.org> GnuPG key 1024D/DCF9DAB3
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<Knghtbrd> mariab - I am a Debian developer. Red Hat is "the enemy" or
something like that I guess.. Still, typecasting RH users as
idiots or their distribution as completely broken by default
is complete and total FUD.
- From: Svante Signell <email@example.com>