Re: rc.local in debian (was: Ip Masquerading)
I made my own entitled "local" in /etc/init.d by copying
/etc/init.d/skeleton to /etc/init.d/local, added what I needed it to
do in the start section, and created a softlink to it in rc2.d
I don't know how others do it, though.
"Ronald Castillo" <email@example.com> writes:
> Thanks to you all for your suggestions for trying to connect my Linux
> box to my Windows one via serial port, but after trying some things and
> not being able to make it work I decided to try to do that via network
> On the IP Masquerading HOWTO it says I have to edit my
> "/etc/rc.d/rc.local" file, but actually I have 6 "rc?.d" folders in
> /etc, and none of them have a "rc.local" file. Is there an equivalent
> file in Debian I could use?
> Some help about this or a link to some Debian specific help will be
> Thanks for your help..
> Ronald Castillo
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