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Re: adding a servoce



--- Jim Douglas <jdz99 hotmail com> wrote:

> Is this the proper way to add a service t oFC6?
> 
> cp /root/download/myservice /etc/init.d/myservice
> chmod +x /etc/init.d/myservice
> 
> 
> Thanks,
> Jim
> 
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Looks like that will work.  But it is much simpler to
do the steps you outlined 

Become superuser
$ su -
password: ******
# 
> cp /root/download/myservice /etc/init.d/myservice
> chmod +x /etc/init.d/myservice
and 
chkconfig myservice --add
chkconfig myservice on
and to check that the corresponding rc.X links got
created, do
[root localhost rc.d]# for i in 0 1 2 3 4 5 6
> do
> ls rc$i.d/*slmodemd*
> done
and you should see something like
rc0.d/K10myservice
rc1.d/K10myservice
rc2.d/S90myservice
rc3.d/S90myservice
rc4.d/S90myservice
rc5.d/S90myservice
rc6.d/K10myservice
[root localhost rc.d]#

If you see something like that, then your service will
be setup and good to go.  

Regards,

Antonio


 
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