Run arbitrary commands at boot time?
dana at ubuntustudio.com
Fri Mar 10 04:32:04 GMT 2006
> that would probably take close to an hour to do right when there's no good
> reason I shouldn't be able to echo "some_command --with-args" >> /some/file
> and be done with it.
You could just make a file in /etc/rc2.d/ (or whatever your runlevel
is, default is 2 IIRC), call it S99local, chmod +x the file, and add
your commands to there? That's what I do... Works For Me(tm).
ipkungfu rocks. :)
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