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Re: Next reboot script execution framework

On Mon, 04 Oct 2004, Josselin Mouette wrote:
> Le dimanche 03 octobre 2004 à 17:54 +0200, Jérôme Warnier a écrit :
> > Is there a framework for executing once a script at next reboot in
> > Debian (Sarge|Sid)? Any idea of a "clean" way to do it?
> A nice way to do it would be to add a "boot" directive to atd's syntax.
> Then you could do something like "echo some/script | at boot+5min".

I think fcron can do it. It certainly has @boot directives, but you would
need to tell it to *only* run at @boot.

Do notice that this would be a fcron boot (i.e. when it is

Otherwise, drop a /etc/init.d script with a link in rcS.d to call whatever
you need using run-parts, for example...

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