Re: Start rtorrent on bootup in Squeeze
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On 04/07/11 10:04, Ramon Hofer wrote:
> Thanks for your reply.
> I know that an option is to write an init.d script that meets the LSB
> requirements. But this seems very complicated to me and therefore I
> wanted to know if somebody else uses rtorrent in a seedbox.
> I accidentally found the option in the rtorrent.rc file to automatically
> run some programs on screen startup by adding 'screen -t rtorrent
> rtorrent' to the end of my ~/.rtorrent.rc (which is actually a copy of /
> Now when I start screen it puts me automatically into a rtorrent session.
> Unfortunately screen doesn't start a (detached) session when the system
> I will go for the hard way and create the script if there isn't anybody
> who already has the solution to that ;-)
I would suggest using /etc/init.d/skeleton as a template for your
script, it has included all necessary functions, you'll need just to
change it slightly
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