Startup

Discussion in 'HOWTO-Related Questions' started by sle09, Feb 19, 2006.

  1. sle09

    sle09 New Member

    how would i make a certian cmd run at startup?
     
  2. till

    till Super Moderator

    You can either add the command to one of the existing start / stop scripts in /etc/init.d, if the command is related to one of the services.

    Or you make a new startup script in /etc/init.d and set a symlink in the rc0.d - rc6.d directorys, depending on the runlevel when you want to run the command.
     
  3. sle09

    sle09 New Member

    what do u mean run level, i want it to run top priority. its a game server that i want to start up on boot


    the cmd is in

    /usr/local/games/ja

    and i have to execute this cmd

    ./linuxjampded +set dedicated 2 +set fs_game japlus +set net_port 29070 +set com_hunkmegs 64 +exec server.cfg

    ho do i do that
     
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    Which distribution do you use?
    Isn't there an init script for your game server in /etc/init.d?
     

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