On Mon, May 14, 2001 at 08:58:48PM +0100, Mark Page came forth with:
> ----- Forwarded message from Mark Page <mpage at esatclear.ie> -----
>> Two things.
>> I have OSS up and running happily under 2.2r2 using 'soundon' under
> /usr/local/bin. However I want to automate this at boot time and
> previously used to edit /etc/rc.d/rc.local under RedHat and Mandrake.
> This file doesn't exist under Debian and despite numerous searches I
> cannot find the equivalent. What is the file?
quickest way is to put soundon in /etc/init.d/sound
and ln -s /etc/init.d/sound /etc/rc2.d/S99sound
(I have a hacks one for various things that I need to do on bootup with
>> Also I am keen on giving Progeny an outing. Does anybody in Dublin have
> the 3 or 4 CD set they could burn for me. Obviously any expenses
3 or 4? The only version I have is a 2 CD set... if I can hunt down what I did
with the second cd, you can have a copy.
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