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Location of "/etc/rc.d" directory Debian v RHAT

hi all

I'm trying to install a Rhat RPM (HP's "OpenMail") on a Debian system here.
A bunch of files in "openmail-core-6.0.5-8.tar" need to go in the
"/etc/rc.d" directory under Rhat ---> Under the Debian file hierarchy,
there's the following directories in /etc: rc0.d, rc1.d, rc2.d, rc3.d, rc4.d
& rc5.d (ie. no "rc.d").

Is there any danger in creating the "/etc/rc.d" directory and storing the
relevant files from the RPM there?


Andrew McRobert LLB B.Sc(Comp. Sci)
IT Liaison Officer, School of Law
Perth, Western Australia
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e-mail: mcrobert@central.murdoch.edu.au
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