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Re: runlevels



I tried that and it still does not seem to run. My default runlevel is 5.
I have tried putting the script in rc5.d and rc3.d. I don't know what
else to try. I have tried it in rc0.d as well.

I guess another question that I have is "Does Linux go sequentially down
the run levels as it shuts down or does it jump from runlevel 5 to
runlevel 0? Any more help would be appreciated.


On Tue, 04 Jan 2005 15:12:54 -0600 Shashank Bhide <bhides gmail com>
writes:
> Larry D Sorensen wrote:
> > I have 2 scripts that I want to run at different times. One has 
> been
> > linked in the /etc/rc3.d directory for startup (S98script). The 
> second is
> > to do the opposite and stop things. It is called K11script. If I 
> put the
> > kill script in /etc/rc2.d and then manually change run levels, 
> init 2,
> Have the script killed in run level 3 K11script in /etc/rc.d. It 
> should 
> be executed when you change to run level 2
> 
> > the script does not run. I know the script works, however, because 
> I can
> > call it from the command line. Any suggestions?
> 
> 
> 
> > Larry
> 
> Shashank
> 
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