Re: adding scripts to /etc/init.d ?
On Mon, 22 Jul 2002 08:29:23 -0300
"Derek Broughton" <email@example.com> wrote:
> From: "Roland Bauerschmidt" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Derek Broughton wrote:
> > > _also_ that's not the right way to go about creating init scripts
> > > When modifying init scripts _always_ use update-rc.d to create the
> > No. Packages must use update-rc.d. Admins _can_ if they wish.
> Hey, I didn't say you _couldn't_ create a script anyway you want. But
> there's a tool to do the job that makes sure that you do it right, and it's
> not smart to bypass it unless you know exactly what you're doing. In this
> case, given that he wanted to create an init script for something that is
> more correctly done elsewhere, it seems obvious that he _didn't_ know ...
For what it's worth, I was the originator of this thread, and I *did* find the extra info on how to create init scripts to be very helpful. The extra tips I get from this group are helping me to prepare for my Linux+ certification exam. This is my second month of using Linux on a daily basis, and there's so much to learn!
So, the support I get form this mailing list is the best! What else can I say?
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