On 12/12/11 10:49, kevin wrote:
>> Without getting into silly debates about which is best I would suggest
> you look at the kind scripts you are interested in and see what
> languages other people have used.
One would be bash: (recode to dash?)
# yum-updateonboot Updates rpms on the system at boot
# chkconfig: - 30 70
# description: Runs 'yum update' at boot.
As I love yum-updateonboot,
but there appears to be no move to
go to systemd.
Which would also be on the radar.
Gotta start somewhere.
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