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Ways to run programs at boot-up in Linux. (I guess somewhere I'll need to mention / discuss the two different start up schemes in Linux -- what are they -- System V and ??)

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See also:

  • man init
  • man telinit -- telinit <runlevel> by a user with the right privileges (root?) cause the system to switch to the designated runlevel.




  • SlashEtcSlashRcDotLocal
  • somebody suggested putting commands in boot.local, but that file does not exist on my Mandrake 8.2 machine -- were they thinking of rc.local or can I create a boot.local -- where?
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  • () RandyKramer - 22 Jul 2002
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