Re: Auto start
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Phillipus Gunawan S:
> Hi there,
> I recently installed NTOP in my box. Just to see how good this package.
> The problem is, somehow I have to run it as root user even though if I
logged in as root
> Something like ntop -u root then the password.
> My quiestion is, how can I make this command and the NTOP running on
> I wan NTOP to always run whenever I start the box.
> Thanks in advance,
If I'm right, there has a file called /etc/init.d/ntop. Try
/etc/init.d/ntop start 2 run as service. &, so u can link it like ln
- -s /etc/init.d/ntop /etc/rc?.d/S30ntop 2 start automately.
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