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Re: How to start deamons?

"Binand Raj S." proclaimed:


> PS: As mentioned above, this is totally RedHat specific. I don't know how
> other distributions manage starting/stopping programs.

Here is how it is done in Debian:

1. Place a (shell) script foo, under /etc/init.d/foo
2. Run the following as root:

# cd /etc/init.d
# update-rc.d foo defaults XX

where XX is a 2-digit number corresponding to the "sequence code" at which
the daemon has to be started.

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