run a script in oxe unix/linux as a service

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run a script in oxe unix/linux as a service

Post by Alcatel_exp » 02 Aug 2008 09:24

does any one knows how to run a script in oxe as a service to start once the oxe start up?

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Re: run a script in oxe unix/linux as a service

Post by benny » 02 Aug 2008 09:51

Usually you would have a script in /etc/init.d/ and then link it to the different run-levels rc1.d/ to rc7.d/ according "where" it is supposed to start.

I am not sure that this is supported on the OXO or if there are any automatic cleaning scripts .... (I believe you could not write there because you have no root rights as far as I know...)

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Re: run a script in oxe unix/linux as a service

Post by tot3nkopf » 11 Aug 2008 15:00

benny wrote:Usually you would have a script in /etc/init.d/ and then link it to the different run-levels rc1.d/ to rc7.d/ according "where" it is supposed to start.

I am not sure that this is supported on the OXO or if there are any automatic cleaning scripts .... (I believe you could not write there because you have no root rights as far as I know...)

-benny
But we do have OXE's root password Benny, and we can run scripts.

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