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    Question what is boot scripte name on redhat 7.2?


    Who can tell me that what is boot script on redhat Linux 7.2?

    thanks in advance
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    there is about 100 ones. what are you asking for? there is no "the boot script" in unix. the first process that is started by linux is always "/linuxrc", if it does not exists, then it looks for /etc/init or /sbin/init. but these are executables, no scripts.

    i am sure you want to do something where you donīt need to change the startup scripts. what is it?
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    boot scripts name


    I mean:
    When I configure Qmail, I need flowing the instruction as below:

    Add
    csh -cf '/var/qmail/rc &'
    to your boot scripts, so that the qmail daemons are restarted
    whenever your system reboots. Make sure you include the &.


    So, I like to know what is"boot scripts"?

    Thanks again
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    the init process looks in /etc/inittab for the boot scripts.
    l0:0:wait:/etc/init.d/rc 0
    so my boot script is /etc/init.d/rc and takes the desired runlevel as parameter.

    look for one called "boot.local" or similar under /etc/init.d . this is where you need to add your line.

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