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Re: writing an init.d script



Am Do, den 06.05.2004 schrieb Chadley Wilson um 16:48:

> Hi could some please help me to create a script that will start a daemon
> for me.
> I have already posted this earlier, in a diff thread. But thought the
> subject calls for a new one.
> I have treid working from examples but am really stuck.
> 
> I need this command to run when I start the PC.
> /usr/bin/lsmodemd --country=SA /dev/lsusb

> Chadley - Linux Rocks

Please use /usr/share/doc as a valid and good resource. You will then
found there

/usr/share/doc/initscripts-7.42.2/sysvinitfiles

which should answer you most if not all questions regarding building an
own init script.

Alexander


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