Re: [Fwd: trackpad-g3 powerbook]
On Tue, 23 May 2000, Ethan Benson wrote:
> On Tue, May 23, 2000 at 01:38:03PM +0200, Eric Deveaud wrote:
> > first
> > take a look at /etc/inittab, to see your default runlevel.
> > usually with debian, runlevel is 2
> > # The default runlevel.
> > id:2:initdefault:
> standard debian.
> > second
> > as root create the following script on /etc/init.d/trackpad_no_tap
> > #! /bin/sh
> > /the/full/path/to/your/trackpad_tool notap
> yup that is ok.
> > third
> > as root chmod 755 the script
> > fourth
> > as root
> > ln -s /etc/rc2.d/trackpad_no_tap /etc/rcN.d/trackpad_no_tap
read instead /etc/rcN.d/S99trackpad_no_tap
I put it just before xdm.
> > where N is your default runlevel
> nah, better way is this:
> update-rc.d -f trackpad_no_tap 80 S .
> this adds a symlink /etc/rcS.d/S80trackpad_no_tap
> /etc/rcS.d is only run ONCE at boottime, which is fine since the
> trackpad settings should be persistent accross runlevel changes.
> also i believe init will ignore symlinks not starting with SNN.
yes, it was an error
> init starts the scripts with the start and stop arguments, but since
> your script is only started and not killed (no need) you need not
> worry about handing these arugments (they are quietly ignored).
> > when is done, each time you will boot your powerbook, the track-pad
> > tapping will be disabled
> > I do this way, cause it allows me to centralize all my stuff in init.d
> > after that playing with links I can play as I want
> > any advice is welcome
> man update-rc.d
that's what i'll do since I've sent this email.
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