seti service script - proper run level
alexander.dalloz at uni-bielefeld.de
Tue Apr 20 17:21:28 UTC 2004
Am Di, den 20.04.2004 schrieb Kevin F. Berrien um 19:10:
> I run seti client on my internal fedora test boxes, as they sit ide most
> of the time.
> After upgrading these boxes from RH9, I've decided to finally run my
> clients as services.
> Found a good script on the net, works great from init.d manually.
> I dropped the script S99seti into rc.d4, and it executes at bootup, but
> doesn't work.
You speak of /etc/rc4.d/?
> Suggestions? Which run level should I be using? Is it ok to put a
> symb. link in the rc.d directories?
Please look at /etc/inittab to see which runlevel is for which purpose.
You'll see that runlevel 4 is not used. So either use runlevel 3 or 5.
Make your init script chkconfig compatible and you are able to create
and delete the runlevel symlinks using the chkconfig tool, see
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