On Jan 16, 2008 6:41 AM, unr_man222 <fieldst3@...> wrote:
> Hey again, one last question for now. How do I make a script auto-execute
> when the basix boots up. I know its probably the last config file I just
> don't know which one that is. Thanks for the help again.
At boot time, scripts which are found in the /etc/init.d directory and
that start with a capital S followed by a two digit number are passed
the word "start" at startup, and are passed the word "stop" at
I normally take one of the simple ones, like S40network, make a copy
of it, and modify the start and stop functions to call my own script.
Note that at this stage of the bootup, you typically need to use fully
qualified paths, since there is no PATH setup.
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