HELP: captive and running programme automatically when shutting down
yxiao2004 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 29 21:17:04 UTC 2004
for reboot, you need to add it to /etc/rc6.d as well...read the man
page for init
On Wed, 29 Dec 2004 20:01:05 +0100, D G <davidgalv at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I have Fedora Core 3, and I am trying to mount my Windows XP NTFS partition
> in read and write mode. The best way is reportedly to use captive.
> First of all, if I am wrong and there is any other better way, tell me,
> please. I would like to access the XP partition in read and write mode using
> my user account (not just via root).
> When you write to the partition, the changes only take effect after
> unmountong this partition. But, after unmounting, you cannot mount it back
> (it is maybe a captive's bug). So you must umount it at the very end. In
> order not to forget it, I would like to tell Fedora to unmount it before
> shutting down or rebooting.
> I made a script, and a symbolic link in /etc/rc0.d, beginning with the
> letter K. But it does not work.
> Any idea? I do not know what to try.
> Thank you very much.
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