On Sat, Sep 23, 2000 at 05:53:38PM -0500, Joseph Carter wrote:
> 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.
/etc/rc.boot is read *after* /etc/rcS.d. Either put your scripts
directly in /etc/rcS.d or better, put them in /etc/init.d and link to
them with a name like S73foobar from /etc/rcS.d and with a name like
K13foobar from /etc/rc0.d and /etc/rc6.d. Then it will be executed
with an argument of "start" at priority 73 during bootup and with an
argument of "stop" at priority 13 during shutdown. Have a look also
Julian Gilbey, Dept of Maths, QMW, Univ. of London. J.D.Gilbey@qmw.ac.uk
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- From: Svante Signell <email@example.com>
- Re: rc.local?
- From: Joseph Carter <firstname.lastname@example.org>