Subject: Re: Automatically starting programs...
To: Richard Grace <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Chuck Yerkes <email@example.com>
Date: 08/12/2002 21:47:52
And I'm a huge fan of having config files and all startups
guided by /etc/.
I HATE having to hunt around the disk to figure out why
that old version of pwcheck (whatever) keeps coming up.
So I'm hardcore that config files go in /etc/ (presume /usr/ and
down are shared between many machines; and are read only).
rc stuff? I'll take /etc/rc.pkg.d/ or or /etc/rc.local.d/ over
Quoting Richard Grace (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> >>> Andy Ball <email@example.com> 12/08/2002 13:27:03 >>>
> > I think I'm in with a chance for "dumb question of the week award",
> > but it's something I've wondered about for a while and never
> > spotted in the docs I've read. Where would I put a command line
> > that I wanted to run every time a NetBSD host is restarted?
> Adding a script in /usr/pkg/etc/rc.d is the preferred method
> these days, I think. Most packages add a demo script there,
> though some require variables to be defined in /etc/rc.conf.
> Historically, it would have been added to /etc/rc.local