> > Now, are you positive that it's not actually being called?
> > What if you put something like
> > ( echo $* ; date ) >> /tmp/battery.log
>> This essentially what the script does :-)
>> > at the top of the script?
> > Does it work if you manually stop it:
> > # service battery stop
>> Hmm didn't know about the service command.
It's basically a shorthand for "/etc/init.d/$1 $*".
> Yes this does call it?
Is that "yes it calls it" or a question?
Any case, I'd say stick some instrumentation into /etc/rc.
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