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Re: How do I start mixerctl as first daemon?
On 28 September 2015 at 19:55, <gary%duzan.org@localhost> wrote:
> => On Mon, 28 Sep 2015, Ottavio Caruso wrote:
> =>> Can I alter the init sequence to make mixerctl start as first daemon?
> => See the special tags at the top of the rc.d scripts, like PROVIDE,
> => REQUIRE, KEYWORD, and BEFORE.
> => Try adding a # BEFORE: line in the mixerctl rc.d script, for example:
> => # BEFORE: DAEMON
> => Look at output from:
> => rcorder /etc/rc.d/*
> => Adjust BEFORE to get mixerctl to happen earlier.
> => (Look at other rc.d scripts to get some ideas.)
> However, this can easily be undone by your next upgrade. You might
> consider creating a new /etc/rc.d script which has a REQUIRES entry for
> mixerctl and a BEFORE entry for whatever is making the noise. That
> should inject the proper ordering, and since it is a new file it won't
> get overwritten by a "standard" version later.
If I understand correctly this would be a dummy file, like /etc/rc.d/SERVERS ?
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