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Re: rc.local -> What is the Debian Eqivalent

On Tue, 9 Mar 1999, Anthony Campbell wrote:

> This was well answered here about 3 weeks ago; see the archive files. You
> should make a file called /etc/init.d/local with the commands you want to
> run at bootup and then link this by running "update-rc.d local defaults 80"
> to make sure it is run. I've done this and it works fine.
> Anthony

Yes, that is ANOTHER way to do it but I guess I am saying that the hooks
to /sbin/setup.sh already exist so it is cheap to use it.

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