From: ago at domain hollo.idg.hu
Date: Fri 21 Jul 2000 - 12:01:59 IST
> > to write my own script for programs ? or what should i
> > do, thanks
> You could do that, or just stick something into the rc.local file, which
> is the one that's run last, like an autoexec.bat.
Yes, that's work perfect but if you want to examine the status of the
program (runnin, stopped etc.) you should write your own startup script.
But if you only want to start the program the rc.local-ish starting is a
very good solution. If you use Debian and don't have rc.local (like me)
create it, write the path of commands you want to execute and put it under
the /etc/init.d. Then run update-rc.d.
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