If you're using a flavor of *nix that has an rc.local file, and then you start using Debian GNU/Linux, you might be wondering where your rc.local file is. Quite simply, it's not there. Here's how to add it.

Create a new file named /etc/init.d/local like this:

#!/bin/sh
# put startup stuff here

Make the file executable:

chmod 755 /etc/init.d/local

Add it to startup:

update-rc.d local defaults 80

You should be seeing something like this:

Adding system startup for /etc/init.d/local ...
/etc/rc0.d/K80local -> ../init.d/local
/etc/rc1.d/K80local -> ../init.d/local
/etc/rc6.d/K80local -> ../init.d/local
/etc/rc2.d/S80local -> ../init.d/local
/etc/rc3.d/S80local -> ../init.d/local
/etc/rc4.d/S80local -> ../init.d/local
/etc/rc5.d/S80local -> ../init.d/local

   Recent articles
Nautical War
Reverse (Othello) in ReactJS using Typescript
Web Blackjack in ReactJS
Console Blackjack in Python 3
GUI Blackjack in C using the SDL2
   Tags
android (1) apache (1) apple (1) bash (2) bashrc (1) battleship (1) blackjack (7) c (2) c++ (1) callproof (1) clang (2) clang++ (1) console (1) data (1) debian (4) diff (1) django (2) enterprise (1) freebsd (1) g++ (1) games (1) gcc (1) git (3) github (1) gmail (1) go-lang (3) google (1) gourse (1) kernel (3) latin1 (1) linux (4) lottery (1) microsoft (1) module (1) mongodb (1) mp3s (1) mutt (1) nautical (1) patch (1) perl6 (1) postgresql (2) powerball (1) psql (1) python (2) python3 (1) raspberrypi (1) reactjs (2) reversi (1) sdl (1) sed (1) stack (1) testing (2) trace (1) typescript (2) ubuntu (2) utf8 (1) virus (1) war (1)
   Twitter

Copyright © 2019 · GregDonald.com · All Rights Reserved