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Abubakkar
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startup services

i want to start appachy service at the time of booting automaticaly. how to do it. kinly explain steps.
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g3jza
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Re: startup services

Hi,
according to which default runlevel you have in /etc/inittab, the startup-scripts are executed in /sbin/rcX.d/ . Actually they are just symbolic links to scripts in /sbin/init.d/ .

You can try to make your own script, look at the /sbin/init.d/template file and modify it according to your needs. Then just rename it (S for startup script, K for killing/stopping script + the sequence execution number) and copy it to /sbin/init.d/ and make a symbolic link in /sbin/rcX.d/ , depending in which run-level you want to run the script.

But I think that apache should have it's own startup/shutdown script in /sbin/init.d


Shibin_2
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Re: startup services

Ismail Azad
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Re: startup services

Hi Abubakkar,

The script you are looking for is /sbin/init.d/hpws_apache .

So the command is /sbin/init.d/hpws_apache start would start the Apache service . The corresponding configuration the script will look at is called as /etc/rc.config.d/hpws_apacheconf where you have a variable called as HPWS_APACHE_START which should be put as 1 in case you want the apache service to start at boot time. Don't forget to assign points

Regards!
Ismail Azad
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James R. Ferguson
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Re: startup services

Hi:

If you question is more general and is how to write shutdown and startup scripts, read the 'rc(1M)' manpages.

Regards!

...JRF...