Was: Re: Backup tool for home computer
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Tue Oct 28 20:36:40 UTC 2008
Bart Silverstrim wrote:
> Rashkae wrote:
>> Bart Silverstrim wrote:
>>> RTFM is great when the FM is consistent :-)
>>> I suppose I could remove the init script in /etc/init.d but I don't know
>>> if this is the "ubuntu way" or not. I'd rather not hack and slash my
>>> configuration...still can't find the proper FM for that situation.
>> I realize this isn't exactly ideal from a user perspective
>> The proper FM is at /etc/rc2.d/README
> I'll check it, thanks! I thought it would have been in one of the man
> directories...I'll have to recheck what rc was for, I thought the rc
> scripts were startup scripts at different runlevels.
Yes, that's exactly what they are for... More precisely, they are
symlinks to the scripts in init.d
That's how it's supposed to work. The scripts you find in ini.d are
controlled by the entries in rc?.d, so different scripts are fired at
different run levels. In this case, runlevel 2 should be the only one
you need to worry about unless you've customized things otherwise.
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