Starting Service

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by Gecko, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. Gecko

    Gecko New Member

    I created a small script

    /etc/init.d/startvm

    It works when I start it manually (need to be #)

    How do I get that to start every time I reboot the computer?
     
  2. mini14

    mini14 New Member

    man chkconfig will point you in the right direction
     
  3. Gecko

    Gecko New Member

    Please don't give answers that are not answers; they don't help anyone.

    Moving on,

    chkconfig is not helpful as I'm running Ubuntu 10.04

    I tried

    $ sudo update-rc.d startvm defaults

    but that didn't help
     
  4. mini14

    mini14 New Member

    That was an answer..if you had provided more information with your question maybe you would have gotten a better answer.

    As far as the type of answer..ever hear the one that goes "if you give a man a fish..."

    Sorry the answer was not what you were looking for.
     
  5. alleks

    alleks Member

    Add it as a cronjob
     

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