The documentation in `man 4 random` (**Configuration** section) gives a couple of shell-script snippets that it recommends should be added, respectively, "to an appropriate script which is run during the Linux start-up sequence" and "to an appropriate script which is run during the Linux system shutdown". (It is silent on what those "appropriate scripts" should be.)
What should these scripts be for a Debian system?
Are there standard scripts in which to put such start-up and shutdown code? Or is one supposed to put those snippets in standalone scripts in special designated directories (which will ensure that they will be run at the startup or shutdown)? Or something else altogether?
(In case it matters, I'm using wheezy.)